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NAID Board Approves $3 Million Annual Budget

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The NAID Board of Directors has approved the association’s highest and most aggressive budget ever, coming in at just over $3 million.

Included among the initiatives slated for the coming months are 4 additional video productions, including a new sales video and a video promoting the role of NAID AAA Certification in customers’ compliance strategies.

Other approved projects include a consumer attitudes study in Australia, two disposal habits studies (London and Madrid), a web-based secure destruction employee training program, a marketing program aimed at law firms, and the continued promotion of the Doctors’ Office Marketing Program and the Customer Employee Training Program.

The 2011/2012 budget also includes the launch of NAID-Asia, including a series of meetings to be held throughout the region this fall.

No Dues Increase in 2012: The Board of Directorsalso decided against any dues increase next year – making it the 3rd year in a row with no increase.  According to NAID Treasurer Chris Isabell, “Over the years the association has been growing steadily and has managed its economic resources conservatively. We are financially well-positioned to launch a number of aggressive member benefits and initiatives without raising membership fees.”