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Worldwide Partner Conference
Real. Local. Connections. Enhance the value of your Microsoft partnership with IAMCP.
 
 
P2P
​With thousands of members in countries all over the world and nearly 100 chapters, the IAMCP offers an easy vehicle for important business networking. Find your local chapter!
Advocacy
​Your input can be heard directly by the decision-makers at Microsoft through the united voice of the IAMCP.
Community
​The IAMCP believes in demonstrating good corporate citizenship by serving the community through technology and humanitarian efforts.
Education and growth
​The IAMCP develops an array of programs to ensure partner readiness and success. View the Best Practices page to see just a few examples of how the IAMCP network can prepare you and your business for achieving your growth goals.
Who Can Join?
 
As of May 2010, the IAMCP expanded its membership offer to any company that is part of the Microsoft Partner Network - and they are also now inviting BizSpark members to join through a special promotion.
 
Why Should I Join?
 
The IAMCP focuses on four fundamental pillars: P.A.C.E.  These four pillars help you to maximize your business opportunities and join you with the professionals that are changing the trajectory of the IT industry. With an IAMCP chapter membership, you can be a part of that change—all while fostering the important personal and business relationships that lead to mutual growth.
 
See the FAQ on the IAMCP site for more information.
 
 
Costs and Commitments vary by Chapter – please contact your local Chapter for details – here.
 
Typical member involvement is 2-4 hours per month. If you are interested in participating in a committee, there may be an additional 2-10 hours each month.
Join in IAMCP activities at WPC
 
Women in Technology
 
The International Association of Microsoft Channel Partners (IAMCP) Women in Technology (WIT) Luncheon on Wednesday, July 16, has become the most talked about go-to event for women attending #WPC14. Featured speaker Cheryl Cook, Vice President of Global Channels & Alliances for Dell, will deliver an inspirational message of encouragement during this networking luncheon for like-minded women to connect.
 
During the luncheon you will also have the opportunity to learn about the work and make a gift to the Partners for Good Challenge, which benefits YouthSpark organizations including Girls Who Code. Girls Who Code programs are an innovative approach to computer science education that pair intensive instruction in robotics, web design, and mobile development with high-touch mentorship and exposure led by the industry's top female engineers and entrepreneurs.
 
In 2020, there will be 1.4 million computing jobs available in the US. If current graduation rates persist, women will fill just 0.04% of these jobs. Girls Who Code is committed to changing this by inspiring, educating, and equipping 3,000 young women in 2014 to pursue computer science in academics and professionally.
 
Join us for this special event. Register now!
 
WPC 2014 IAMCP Charity Golf Tournament
 
The WPC 2014 IAMCP Charity Golf Tournament, benefiting Microsoft YouthSpark, promises to be the best ever. Come join us for a great day of grand slam golf at the beautiful Renditions Golf Club.
 
The Renditions course features replicas of holes from major championship venues. Your day will begin with a series of three parkland holes, all replicas of U.S. Open or PGA Championship venues. Then be transported ‘across the pond’ for a taste of The Open Championship. The next three holes take you on a tour of ‘Amen Corner,’ possibly the most famous series of holes from The Masters Tournament.
Don’t miss out on this great time – and help us support YouthSpark programs empowering young people with opportunities for education, employment, and entrepreneurship. In every YouthSpark project you'll find youth determined to overcome any barrier.
Join us for a day on the course! Register here.