Business Associates of Supply Chain Canada™ are service providers and vendors of all sizes that want to connect with the association’s members – over 7,000 of Canada’s executive, senior and mid-level supply chain professionals – and increase their profile in the broader supply chain community.
Prospective companies include sole-proprietor consultants, search consultants, consulting firms, and technology-enabling and software companies.
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.
Christian Alan BuhagiarPresident and CEO, Supply Chain Canada
As a Business Associate of Supply Chain Canada™, you and your organization will get direct access to decision makers and influencers in supply chain management who control more than $130 billion in annual spend. Being part of this program provides the exposure and opportunity to highlight your unique offerings and enables you to stand out from the competition.
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.
Simona ZarDirector, Industry Affairs and Public Policy, Supply Chain Canada
Business Associates gain from the wide exposure their status provides; a variety of services create valuable opportunities for interested firms to reach Canada’s supply chain decision makers.
Build your engagement with supply chain practitioners through:
Year-round online promotion through a company profile on the Supply Chain Canada website.
Share your content through the Supply Chain Canada magazine, weekly newsletter and Resource Centre.
Disseminate thought leadership through webinars, white papers and benchmarks.
Survey Supply Chain Canada Members.
Access speaking opportunities and discounted rates to sponsor or attend the Supply Chain Canada National Conference.
Develop a course with Supply Chain Canada.
Select the level of engagement that is best suited to your business and customer development strategies: Bronze, Silver, Gold or Platinum.
Regardless of the level you choose, Business Associates are uniquely positioned to promote their brand, products and services on Supply Chain Canada’s website with a searchable company database. In addition, new Business Associates of Supply Chain Canada™ are welcomed through a partnership announcement on Supply Chain Canada’s social media channels.
ROSTER MEMBERSHIPS*Take advantage of member perks including local networking events, webinars, job boards and professional development
PARTNERSHIP ANNOUNCEMENTPromotional banner on Supply Chain Canada’s social media pages
YEAR-ROUND WEBSITE PROMOTIONYour company name, description and logo (linked to your website) on Supply Chain Canada’s searchable company database
MAGAZINE ADVERTISING DISCOUNTReceive a 15% discount to advertise in Supply Chain Canada magazine
SHARE CONTENT**Share your expertise by contributing educational content to Supply Chain Canada’s weekly newsletter, quarterly magazine and Resource Centre website
THOUGHT LEADERSHIP**Opportunities to develop webinars, studies, and/or benchmarks
SURVEY THE MEMBERSDevelop an annual survey with Supply Chain Canada, includes your logo
SPEAKING AND SPONSORSHIPBe part of an exclusive group for first opportunity to speak at national events and sponsor Supply Chain Canada events
DEVELOP A COURSEDevelop a post-designation course with Supply Chain Canada
*Business Associate employees who are listed on their roster enjoy many of the benefits of being a Supply Chain Canada member without being full members of the association. Full members receive certain rights (such as voting) that are not available to individuals on a Business Associate roster. Individuals may be on a roster and additionally be full members of the association. Separate fees apply.
**Supply Chain Canada reserves the right to approve content so as to avoid improper solicitations to members.