Making Lives More Efficient and Loving Every Second of itThe National Association of Professional Organizers® (NAPO®) has a membership of approximately 4,000 organizing and productivity professionals dedicated to helping people and organizations bring order and efficiency to their lives. NAPO’s mission is to be the leading source for organizing and productivity professionals by providing exceptional education, enhancing business connections, advancing industry research, and increasing public awareness.
Whether you are already in the organizing and productivity industry, looking for information about joining the industry, or thinking about hiring a professional, you’ve come to the right place!
Looking to Hire a Professional Organizer or Productivity Consultant?Are you ready to conquer clutter and chaos? Use NAPO’s Professional Organizer or Productivity Consultant Search Tool to find organizing and productivity professionals in your local area who specialize in just what you need.
Hoping to Join the Industry?
Succeeding as an organizing or productivity professional takes more than just a knack for managing time or an eye for detail. It requires knowledge of organizing theory, an understanding of small-business concepts, and the ability to establish strong working relationships with clients. NAPO’s focus on education, along with its supportive and resourceful community, provides opportunities to develop these skills. Even non-members can take advantage of a variety of courses, business resources, and networking opportunities, especially through NAPO's annual conference and educational classes.
Considering Joining NAPO?Being a member of NAPO offers a level of credibility available nowhere else. The NAPO member logo on a member's business card or website tells clients that this professional is part of a recognized and respected association whose members adhere to a comprehensive Code of Ethics.
There are many benefits to being a NAPO member which you can read about on our Member Benefits page.
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