How do I get a copy of my membership payment receipt?
When you purchased or renewed your membership, you should have received an email confirmation with an attached receipt. If you did not receive this email (or cannot locate it), you can email IABC International at Member_Relations@iabc.com to request a copy of your payment receipt.
Do you offer a discount for multiple members with the same organization?
Yes. IABC offers a small group plan for five to 10 members, and a set of corporate membership plans for larger groups. Visit https://www.iabc.com/membership/corporate-membership/structure-and-fees/ for more information.
How do I update my contact information with the IABC?
Please email Member_Relations@iabc.com with any changes to your contact information.
Where do I find my IABC membership number?
You should have received a membership card when you renewed your membership. If you can’t find your member number, contact IABC head office in San Francisco at 1.800.776.4222 or by email through www.iabc.com.
I’m thinking of relocating. How do I transfer my membership?
If you are relocating and are currently an IABC member, contact IABC head office in San Francisco at 1.800.776.4222 or by email through www.iabc.com and they will guide you through the membership transfer process.
I’m switching from a corporate membership to a professional membership. How do I sign up?
If you are switching from a corporate membership to a professional membership upon renewal, you will need to contact IABC head office in San Francisco at 1.800.776.4222 or by email through www.iabc.com and they will be happy to assist you.
How do I get the most out of my IABC membership?
Having an IABC membership is a bit like belonging to a gym – you don’t get the results you are looking for unless you show up! One of the best ways to find out how IABC will work for you is to attend one of the new member events that happen twice a year. There, you can meet existing members and IABC Calgary board members and find out firsthand how IABC will work best for you. You can also go online and explore the wealth of resources available to members, or attend a professional development event or a special interest group. There are many ways for you to use your membership to enhance your career and expand your network.
Does IABC offer a payment plan?
IABC is proud to offer a Membership Payment Plan, which allows professional members to make payments in four equal installments in the first four months of membership. To learn more about this option, click here.