The Association for Consulting Expertise (ACE) is a non-profit association of independent consultants.
“Success through Collaboration” is the work ethic of ACE members. For our clients it is also our work practice. As an association of independent consultants we understand that collaborative relationships with clients always achieve better results.
When you engage an ACE consultant, you are not only retaining a talented resource that will help you meet your business goals, but you have the advantage of their network of professionals through the Association.
We meet regularly to share best practices, engage with industry experts and hold on-going learning sessions.
The public is always welcome to attend our meetings. Join our email list (at the right) to be notified of upcoming events.
The Maine Career Development Association has partnered with ACE:
The Maine Career Development Association (MCDA) provides professional development opportunities for people in Maine who provide career information/career assistance to others. MCDA offers a variety of workshops and training sessions covering career development topics as well as network opportunities.
MCDA members can attend ACE events at our membership rate. Just choose the MCDA registration link in the event description. ACE members can attend MCDA events at their membership rates also. Just indicate you are an ACE member when you register.
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"ACE is an extraordinarily impressive organization. I speak to consultants all over the country (and the world) and I can say without hesitation that if you’re an independent consultant in the Maine area you are extremely fortunate. Nowhere else in the country has a consulting association as vibrant, engaged and in touch with the needs of independent consultants as ACE. If you’re already a member, you can be justifiably proud of your group; if you’re not a member, I highly recommend you check ACE out in person."
- David A. Fields, www.DavidAFields.com
Author, The Executive’s Guide to Consultants (McGraw-Hill, 2012)