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DMSCA 2014 
Education & Training 
Conference
 
"The Corporate Mentoring Program (CMP) – Defining Supplier Development”



March 4-6, 2014
Seattle Marriott 
Waterfront Hotel
2100 Alaskan Way
Seattle, Washington  98121


 

 




DMSCA
1700 Rockville Pike
Suite 400
Rockville, MD 20852
888.643.9993

David J. Burton
President/CEO



Who Can Become a Channel Partner?
Channel Partners Overview

Channel Partners are economic development organizations that provide and/or support socio-economic certification for diverse suppliers and share an interest in diverse supplier development.
 
Channel Partners collaborate with DMSCA by

providing information about the Corporate Mentoring Program (CMP) to its manufacturing and logistical certified suppliers
sharing with other certified suppliers information on the DMSCA Affiliated Suppliers program 
providing a DMSCA On-Line Community connection through its web site (optional)
coordination on special grant and economic development project

These may include NMSDC Regional Councils, WBENC councils, U.S. Department of Commerce Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) Regional Offices, and others.

 
Channel Partners Benefits

Channel Partners benefit  by DMSCA's

requirement for Channel Partner certification for suppliers participating in the CMP increasing sourcing 
increasing sourcing opportunities for certified suppliers through CMP engagement
providing qualified suppliers access to the CMP development resources
providing suppliers with on-going social and business networking opportunities

For more information on the benefits of becoming a Channel Partner, visit Channel Partner (CP) Plan and Benefits.

Channel Partner CMP Supplier Scholarship Program

Channel Partners interested facilitating the sponsorship of suppliers in the Corporate Mentoring Program (CMP) should learn more by reviewing CMP Scholarship Program.

 

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