(Washington, D.C., January 22, 2013) — The National Club Association (NCA) is proud to welcome Club Benchmarking to NCA’s Corporate Partner Program as an Executive Partner. As the centralized, data-sharing platform within the club industry, Club Benchmarking’s new position as an Executive Partner sets it apart as a key resource in NCA’s mission to provide vital information and educational programs for clubs and as an important ally in NCA’s fight to advance the private club industry’s interests on Capitol Hill.
Club Benchmarking provides 24/7 access to financial, operational, and compensation information. Clubs that subscribe to the Club Benchmarking platform accomplish strategic comparative analysis across the entire spectrum of a club’s operation.
“Benchmarking data is essential to running a successful club and planning for the future of the club industry,” commented NCA President & CEO Susanne R. Wegrzyn. “This new relationship between our organizations will help NCA provide important guidance to clubs around the country. Data from Club Benchmarking can help fill crucial knowledge gaps by enabling clubs to gauge their performance and activities relative to their peers and identify key trends in areas of club operations.”
Russ Conde, COO and co-founder of Club Benchmarking, said, "We are very pleased to be working with the National Club Association. NCA shares our core belief that the elevation of facts and key club performance indicators over opinion results in healthier clubs, more empowered managers, and more strategic boards.”
With its commitment as an Executive Partner, Club Benchmarking will benefit NCA’s private club members through involvement in numerous projects, including targeted editorial contributions in Club Director and NCA CONNECT.
For more information, please visit: www.nationalclub.org.
Since 1961, the National Club Association (NCA) has served as the primary advocate for private clubs, representing their business, legal and legislative interests, while providing a wealth of invaluable resources to address clubs’ educational needs related to operations, model club practices and effective leadership.