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Strategic Partnerships

Though SBAM does not have local chapters or affiliates, we do work with various organizations around the state to offer joint memberships.  We currently have relationships with the following groups.  If you would like more information on how your organization can become involved with SBAM, 请联系 Sherry Bryan, SBAM’s Director of Strategic Partnerships & 认证在 雪利酒.bryan@alula-conseil.com

Current Strategic Partners

Michigan Celebrates Small Business

Michigan Celebrates Small Business is a collaboration of trusted statewide organizations who offer collective resources to support, promote and celebrate small business.

自2005年以来, Michigan Celebrates Small Business awards gala placed a spotlight on how small businesses positively impact our communities and state. As a newly formed 501(c)3, Michigan Celebrates now offers programs and services to the Michigan Celebrates Small Business awardees to accelerate their growth and connect them with additional resources.”

Michigan Entrepreneurship Score Card
MCSB released the 16th annual Michigan Entrepreneurship Score Card in August 2020. This report uses 137 different metrics to track Michigan’s entrepreneurial vitality, 气候和经济增长. An electronic copy can be downloaded here.

MCSB 董事会

Dan Wyant | Edward Lowe Foundation
Colleen Killen-Roberts | Edward Lowe Foundation
Jennifer Deamud | Manufacturing Growth Alliance
Ann Parker | Small Business Association of Michigan

Rob Fowler | Small Business Association of Michigan
Brian Calley | Small Business Association of Michigan
Josh Hundt | Michigan Economic Development Corporation
Chis Holman | Michigan Business Network

Cynthia Kay | Cynthia Kay & Co. 媒体产品
Camron Gnass | Traction
J. D. Collins | Michigan Small Business Development Center
Todd Gustafson | Kinexus

National Small Business Association

华盛顿D.C., based National Small Business Association (NSBA) is SBAM’s national affiliate. It was founded in 1937 to advocate for the interests of small businesses throughout the United States.

这一组, which originally consisted of just 160 small businesses, now represents more than 150,000 small business owners. Several SBAM members have served on NSBA’s board of directors and in board leadership positions.

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