We partner with businesses that strengthen yours.
The Microsoft Partner Network provides three types of memberships. Each type provides a set of benefits to help your business grow. As you achieve your goals, participate in the program at the level that suits your unique needs to access more benefits and develop your relationship with us and other partners in the network.
Providing email marketing, web intelligence, lead scoring, campaign automation, nurture marketing, social discovery, form capture, surveys and more, ClickDimensions allows organizations to discover who is interested in their products, quantify their level of interest and take the appropriate actions.
In a word, dedication. PMI membership signifies that you’re serious about your project management career and your professional development. It highlights this dedication to employers, colleagues and stakeholders, giving you an edge in the job market. It also provides you with access to valuable knowledge, networks and resources..
We represent Grand Rapids Businesses. Grand Rapids is a great place to live, work, play—and visit! Not only are we leading the country in a variety of industries, including manufacturing, but we also offer a progressive business community, affordable housing, and plentiful jobs. Plus, we’re home to of Beer City USA and a variety of cultural events including ArtPrize. If you’re looking to build a business, raise your family or launch a career, Grand Rapids is your destination! Keep reading to find out what our partners and community organizations are doing in the region to make our city great.
The Small Business Association of Michigan is the only statewide and state-based association that focuses solely on serving the needs of Michigan’s small business community. We have been successfully serving small businesses like yours in all 83 counties of Michigan since 1969. We’re located in Lansing, just one block from the Capitol.
To shape an environment designed to initiate, inform, and inspire conversation on contemporary economic issues with local implication and global perspectives. To serve the diverse business community of Grand Rapids as the preeminent forum for learning and discussion on the most relevant topics of the day.
Would you believe that as late as the 1960s women were not allowed to belong to business organizations? Inforum, founded in 1962 as the Women’s Economic Club, served as a pioneer for the advancement of women in business by giving them a place to learn, network, support each other, and find speaking opportunities.