ELECTRICAL MEMBER BENEFITS

Face-to-Face Collaboration

There is no substitute for face-to-face communications with fellow IMARK member executives and manufacturers. Not Now. Not Ever.

The opportunity to network to network and share best practices with IMARK Electrical member executives is one of the most popular and valuable aspects of IMARK membership. IMARK Group hosts two meetings every year for key member and preferred supplier executives.

IMARK Meetings…something for everyone

Held every Spring, the IMARK Showcase is a marketing conference and product trade show that gives members the inside track on the latest products. One-on-One meetings between member and supplier key decision makers help build and strengthen relationships. In addition, Showcase features timely and relevant workshops and seminars which can benefit a wide range of company personnel.

Held at a beautiful resort every fall, IMARK Electrical’s annual meeting offers a mix of business and pleasure. Again, it’s an excellent opportunity to network and learn. One-on-One meetings between member and supplier key decision makers are invaluable for building profitable relationships and kick-off planning for the following year.

Networking and Problem Solving

IMARK Electrical offers three structures networking platforms for a variety of member company executives. Many member executives say these meetings are the most important and valuable part of their IMARK membership.

I-Net networking groups are composed of owners/presidents and senior executives from 10 to 12 noncompetitive members (with similar business profiles). I-Net Groups meet twice a year—and often communicate informally throughout the year—to share best practices and solve common business challenges. Each group has an assigned leader and a discussion agenda is available prior to every meeting.

Sales Builders networking groups are composed of marketing and sales execs from 10 to 12 noncompetitive members (with similar business profiles). Sales Builders groups meet once a year —and often communicate informally throughout the year—to share best practices and solve common business challenges. Each group has an assigned leader and a discussion agenda is available prior to every meeting.

Purchasing and Operations networking groups are composed of purchasing, operations, and logistics executives from 10 to 12 noncompetitive members (with similar business profiles). Purchasing/Operations groups meet once a year —and often communicate informally throughout the year—to share best practices and solve common business challenges. Each group has an assigned leader and a formal discussion agenda is available prior to every meeting.