Stronger connections through professional associations.

Registrar Corp is proud to participate in and support some of
the biggest nonprofit trade associations and their member bases


Alberta Food Processors Association

The AFPA is a nonprofit organization representing all segments of the food and beverage industry in the province of Alberta, Canada. They help members build a competitive advantage through quality training, networking opportunities, effective promotion, and by being the representative voice of the Alberta food processing industry.

Association of Food and Drug Officials (AFDO)
AFDO is an international, nonprofit organization at the forefront of streamlining and simplifying regulations across food and beverage, drug, medical devices, cosmetics, and consumer products. AFDO works to protect public health and safety by promoting uniformity for and improving regional, national, and international regulations.

Better Business Bureau (BBB)
The BBB is a private, nonprofit organization focused on advancing marketplace trust by vetting businesses and accrediting businesses that commit to the BBB Code of Business Practices. BBB has determined that Registrar Corp meets BBB accreditation standards, which includes a commitment to make a good faith effort to resolve any consumer complaints. 

Women (CEW)

CEW is an international organization for over 9,000 diverse leaders of leading and independent beauty brands, retailers, fragrance houses, media outlets, and suppliers. It aims to inform and connect industry members through exclusive content, curated research, signature events, and networking. 

Customs Brokers and Forwarders Association of Northern

The CBFANC works to assure that goods and services flow seamlessly and securely across Northern California borders. It aims to assure that its members can keep their staff up-to-date on new regulations by hosting educational and CSS-accredited events throughout the year. 

Customs Brokers and International Freight
Association of
Virginia (CBIFFA
of VA)

The CBIFFA of VA aims to cultivate relationships between international freight forwarding agents and customs brokerages and maintain professional ethics to its highest standard. The association maintains close contact with government agencies, the local trade community, the Ports of Virginia, and U.S. Customs to offer ongoing training.

Food & Drink Exporters Association

The FDEA is a U.K. nonprofit trade organization and the only one dedicated to representing UK food and drink companies to international buyers and the UK government. Members of the FDEA benefit from access to market research, information on export opportunities, and regional and international events.

Food and Foodstuffs Association (FFA)
The FFA represents the voice of enterprises in the food, foodstuffs, and beverage industries in Vietnam acting as a bridge between members and the government. The association also serves members by disseminating information on industry regulations and best practices, professional training, facilitated networking, and promotional events. 

Food South Australia
Food South Australia is an industry-led independent organization representing food and beverage businesses of all sizes and stages across South Australia. It is governed by a board of industry leaders and partners with the Government of South Australia to support industry-wide growth.

Independent Beauty

The IBA is a nonprofit association that offers legal and regulatory compliance, environmental sustainability, and ethical business practices for the cosmetic and personal care industry. It fosters the entrepreneurial success of independent companies through education, member services, reasonable legislation, and networking opportunities. 

Los Angeles Customs Brokers and Freight Forwarders Association (LACBFFA)
The LACBFFA represents the common business interests of customs brokers and freight forwarders as professionals in dealing with the government, carriers, industry, and one another. The premier organization for international trade in Southern California, it actively organizes and participates in seminars, workshops, conferences, and training courses relevant to its members. 

National Customs Brokers and Forwarders Association of America

Headquartered in Washington DC, the NCBFAA supports over 1,200 member companies in international trade, serving more than 250,000 importers and exporters. The association’s members handle more than 97% of the entries for goods imported into the U.S., making it the national voice of the international trade industry. 

Personal Care Products Council (PCPC)
PCPC is the leading national trade association representing global cosmetics and personal care products companies. It serves as the industry voice on scientific, legal, regulatory, legislative, and international issues and its member companies represent more than 90% of the U.S. beauty industry.

Society (RAPS)

RAPS is the largest international organization of and for professionals involved in the regulation of healthcare and related products, including medical devices, pharmaceuticals, biologics, and nutritional products. RAPS helped establish the regulatory profession and continues to support professionals and lead innovation in the industry. 

Specialty Food Association (SFA)
The SFA is a thriving community of specialty food artisans, importers, and entrepreneurs as well as distributors, retailers, and other industry professionals. The nonprofit was founded in 1952 and represents over 3,000 businesses. On top of member events and networking, SFA owns and produces the Winter and Summer Fancy Food Show, and presents the sofi Awards honoring excellence in specialty food.

The National Fisheries
Institute (NFI)

The NFI is a non-profit organization committed to educating consumers about seafood safety, sustainability, and nutrition. The association’s diverse member companies range from seafood restaurateurs to grocers, marketers, fishing vessels, and government agencies. NFI supports responsible aquaculture, accurate media coverage of seafood nutrition, and free trade.

Soap & Cosmetic
Guild (HSCG)

The largest member association of its kind, HSCG was founded in 1998 to support handcrafted soap makers in the U.S. Today, HSCG serves the handcrafted soap, cosmetic, and candle industries and has thousands of members worldwide, including makers, vendors, and businesses that sell private label goods.

Trade Association

The WITA is a non-profit, non-partisan organization dedicated to creating a neutral forum in the nation’s capital for international trade policy and related issues. It is widely considered Washington’s premier trade forum and a central hub for national and international trade professionals. WITA hosts educational programs and provides networking and professional development opportunities.

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