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TRANS-NATIONAL KEMPT ASSOCIATION
Trans-National Kempt Association [TNKA] is the promoter of public health and environmental safety management within the cleaning business industry. As a market influencer, trend setter, and promoter of business intelligence for analytics to propitiate growth and advancement, TNKA is an organization that recognizes the strength in the market, and the expert knowledge, ability, and propensity of industry veterans to create a code of ethics, regulations and standards that will validate the profession of one of the strongest market segments in the business sector globally.
By fostering the opportunity for businesses to share their best practices, spot emerging trends, and experience fresh ideas through webinars, workshops, meet-and-greets, and social media, TNKA will turn many small voices into one persuasive, collective shout.
Through representation and the establishment of strategic alliances, working interdependently with government & regulatory authorities, TNKA will ensure that they are getting the most accurate view of what is good for the entire cleaning industry.
Though there are many serious issues that currently affect the industry, our goal is to create a unified code of ethics, regulations and standards to uphold one of leading market segments in the global business sector.
Membership has its advantages!!!!
One hundred percent of the members’ dues are tax-deductible contributions utilized for charitable, educational and scientific purposes for environmental safety management. Additionally, as a member you’ll have access to the Annual Conference, Meetups, Business Certifications, Professional Development, Group Purchasing Discounts from vendors for Cleaning and Office Supplies, Health Insurance, Hotels, Technology, Equipment, Rental Vehicles, Entertainment, Mobile Phones, VOIP and more.
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