Supply Chain Canada launches the Business Associates Program
TORONTO — Supply Chain Canada has launched the Business Associates of Supply Chain Canada, which will allow organizations to connect with the association’s members – over 7,000 of Canada’s senior and mid-level supply chain professionals – and increase their profile in the supply chain community.
“Through the strategic relationship between our Business Associates and Supply Chain Canada we are able together to elevate the profession, strengthen the success of companies and help to grow the Canadian economy,” said Christian Alan Buhagiar, president and CEO, Supply Chain Canada.
Whether sole proprietor consultants, search consultants, consulting firms or technology-enabling and software companies, a Business Associate of Supply Chain Canada will gain direct access to decision makers and influencers in supply chain management. A variety of offerings enable this: year-round online promotion through a company profile on the Supply Chain Canada website, opportunities to share and collaborate on thought leadership through webinars, studies and benchmarks, to survey Supply Chain Canada Members, access to discounted rates to attend or sponsor the Supply Chain Canada National Conference and Fellow Awards Gala and to develop a course with Supply Chain Canada.
Being a part of this program provides the exposure and opportunity needed to highlight a company’s offerings and allows it to stand out among the competition, Supply Chain Canada said. Business Associates are positioned to promote their brand, products and services on Supply Chain Canada’s website with a searchable company database. New Business Associates of Supply Chain Canada are welcomed through a partnership announcement on Supply Chain Canada’s social media channels.
“The Business Associates program provides great value to those firms partnering with us as they are able to showcase their thought leadership while supporting the effectiveness of our members. It proves to be a relationship built on mutual success,” said Simona Zar, director, industry affairs and public policy, Supply Chain Canada.