The regional groups are just forming, and will grow and evolve naturally as the network develops, new members join, and regional coordinators make necessary adjustments. The current regional groups are:

Africa

Asia

Canada

Central America

South America

Middle East

Oceania

US

US: Midwest

US: Northeast

US: Northern California

US: Pacific

US: South Atlantic

US: Southeast Central

US: Southwest

US: West-Rocky Mountain

Europe

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Follow these easy steps to be part of a regional group on our IEATA Member Network:

On the IEATA website Click “MEMBER LOG IN” on your right top corner

1

Read the information of the selected circle. Click “Join Circle” if you want to join in.

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Enter your username and Password, then go to your personal profile page.

2

Click “My Circles” and see the circles that you have successfully joined in.

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On your personal profile page, go to “My Features” on the Member Network menu and click “Circles” from the drop menu.

3

You can also create new circles and invite people to join just by going to “My Profile” page and click “Start a new circle” on the lower menu of the page.

8

Click “All Circles” on your left, you can see the list of all circles, including Regional Group Circles.

4

Fill in the information and click “Create circle”.

9

Find the circle that you want to join, click the name of the circle in blue to open the selected regional group circle page.

5

You can find the newly created circle under “My Circles” and send an invitation to your connections on the newly created circle page. Press Invite Connections on the grey menu on the left.

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If you wish to start a group in your area, or to join our current regional groups, or for more information,

please contact the Regional Co-chairs.

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