NEMOA's member companies come from all across the US, Canada and Europe; they are catalogers, retailers, e-marketers, suppliers and more.
NEMOA is the founder of the only national summit dedicated to catalogers & etailers, which occurs twice a year.
NEMOA was founded in 1947 as the New England Mail Order Association. Today, NEMOA (National Etailing & Mailing Organization of America) is one of the nation's most active multichannel merchant associations dedicated exclusively to the catalog/multichannel industry.
Our mission is to educate, connect, and inspire multi-channel direct marketers so they can evolve their marketing strategies, overcome challenges, and grow their businesses. We achieve this through two educational summits each year and through memberships which provide access to content, an industry job board, and discounted summit registrations.
NEMOA member companies come from all across the US, Canada and Europe - you don't need to be from New England to become a member. And you don't need to be a member to attend a NEMOA event.
NEMOA was founded in 1947 by a handful of pioneering New England mail order companies - Johnny Appleseed's, Brecks of Boston, Brookstone, and Deerskin Trading among them - as a professional group for discussions, community building, and information exchange. Over the past 70 years, NEMOA has not only grown beyond New England, but its membership has also become more diversified, including printers, list brokers, service bureaus and other suppliers to mail order businesses. Yet its focus remains catalog and direct e-tail companies, large and small. Today, with over 200 corporate members from across the country, NEMOA is one of the nation's largest professional organizations dedicated exclusively to the catalog/e-tail industry.
NEMOA is devoted to bringing together catalog/direct marketers and their supporters to build relationships and learn about industry trends and issues.
Members of NEMOA agree to:
NOTE: If the Board of Directors determines by a unanimous vote that a Member has failed to adhere to the NEMOA Guidelines for Conduct, the Board may remove such member.