With the start of fall comes the start of the EACC’s annual membership renewal cycle. As you may know, the EACC launched new membership structure in April which will be implemented for all members starting January 1, 2022. This means the 2022 membership renewal process, which will formally start in October, will look a little different than in previous years.
As in the past, current EACC member companies and organizations will receive communication from the EACC detailing the timeline of the renewal process; however, this year, members will be required to confirm their new level of membership (if they haven’t already).
EACC Executive Director Todd Schwartz has been connecting with members to outline the new membership levels (Bridge Builder, Ambassador, Minister and Consul) and explain the corresponding benefits. We apologize if we haven’t gotten to you yet – you can click here to see the new membership benefit packages. One thing you’ll note is that there are two versions of this document, representing the different interests of operating companies and service providers. It may be a bit confusing, but as we go forward we encourage you to reach out to Todd with questions, concerns or suggestions. Our goal is that these packages provide the best value for every member.
As we shared in our May Behind the Scenes article, the new membership levels do not represent a new mission for the EACC, but instead a refocusing on what we are best at: creating opportunities for members to connect in meaningful ways that support their business.
We look forward to an exciting and busy 2022, and we are confident the new membership structure will allow the EACC staff to better serve our members.