ORGANIZATIONSNarrow search by:The Blue Book Building & Construction Network® empowers the construction community to connect, collaborate, and grow by building more profitable relationships and providing resources and opportunity.The Marin Economic forum provides information and opportunities to collaborate for improving Marin County’s economic vitality, while seeking to increase social equity and protect the environment.1050 Northgate Drive, Suite 54San Rafael, CA 94903Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Marin serves Marin County Hispanic/Latino businesses, business professionals and the business community-at-large. It is the only county-wide chamber in Marin.The PHCC of the Redwood Empire is a local chapter of the PHCC National Association. We serve the counties of Marin, Sonoma, Napa, Solano, Lake and MendocinoP.O. Box 750293Petaluma, CA 94975'The American Subcontractors Association of the Bay Area is a non-profit membership organization committed to promoting Federal Ad State legislative advocacy for Subcontractors and Suppliers.'American Subcontractors Association1004 Duke StreetAlexandria, VA 22314NORTH BAY NARI embraces the entire remodeling community and provides members with the benefits of a national organization dedicated to the remodeling industry.P.O. Box 1313Novato, CA 94948Norcal PTAC's mission is to help small businesses build their government contracting capacity.
The Marin Small Business Development Center guides small businesses to success and accomplishment.The leading business organization in Marin County providing a strong voice in support of the economic vitality of our community.817 Mission Ave.San Rafael, CA 94901A PUBLIC SERVICE NPO BUILDING TINY HOMES AND CAREERS
Our vision is to launch successful people with successful careers.Marin County, CAAt College of Marin we help students transfer to four-year universities, train for new careers, earn associate degrees, improve skills and enrich their lives.835 College AvenueKentfield, CA 94904Serving the Bay Area for nearly 150 years, the American Institute of Architects, San Francisco Chapter, represents over 2,300 architect and 4,000 allied trade community members in San Francisco and Ma130 Sutter StreetSuite 600San Francisco, CA 94194The leading resource for building in Marin660 Las Gallinas AvenueSan Rafael, CA 94903