As partners through the i2partnership, the Forest Landowners Association and Industry Intelligence are providing FLA members with important forestry and timberland market intelligence at a special value.
As part of the partnership, Industry Intelligence is also supporting FLA through sponsorship of the 2012 National Conference of Private Forest Landowners in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, from May 30 to June 1. Industry Intelligence clients who are also members of the Forest Landowners Association include: Potlatch, Regions Timberland Group, Conservation Forestry, LLC, Resource Management Service and Forest Investment Association.
“We are thrilled to partner with Forest Landowners Association,”
Industry Intelligence and FLA look forward to joining together on other initiatives as a result of this partnership. To learn more about the Industry Intelligence i2partnership initiative and inquire about a partnership for your association, please contact Dan Rivard at email@example.com
About Industry Intelligence Inc.
Industry Intelligence Inc. (http://www.industryintel.com) has provided market intelligence to more than 600 companies worldwide from independent startups to Fortune 500 companies since it began as Forestweb in 1999. Over the years, Industry Intelligence has grown to cover the forest products, packaging and food and beverage industries from a high-level industry view to in-depth data, which clients use to prepare for meetings, generate sales reports, produce competitive analysis and create other business documents. Industry Intelligence innovation comes from industry experts using patented technology to deliver the market intelligence that companies use to make informed decisions and succeed.
If you'd like more information about Industry Intelligence, visit http://www.industryintel.com, or for a demonstration of the company’s service, call 310.553.0008 to speak with a client care specialist.
About Forest Landowners Association
Founded in 1942, the Forest Landowners Association has over 4,500 members in 48 states. Its core mission is to promote and protect private property rights for all forest landowners regardless of size, location or corporate structure. It accomplishes that mission by influencing legislation on the Federal level. Secondary missions include educational, informational and networking services for its members—accomplished primarily through the publication of the bi-monthly publication Forest Landowner Magazine, as well as regional and national meetings. Hunt lease insurance is also available. For more information see the association’