TRAVERSE CITY, MI – Northern Michigan businesses will get a chance to seek procurement contracts with one of the state’s largest companies through the Pure Michigan Business Connect program.
The Michigan Economic Development Corporation is seeking qualified Michigan companies to provide solutions to Consumers Energy and its partners Henkels & McCoy and Moran Iron Works. Pure Michigan Business Connect will be hosting an invite-only matchmaking summit at Treetops Resort in Gaylord, on October 21, 2013. There are more than 400 procurement opportunities available ranging from part supplies to maintenance needs.
Invitations will be sent on a rolling basis and companies should apply as early as possible. Once all private buyer-supplier meeting times are filled, the application link will close. Priority deadline for submission is close of business on September 23, 2013.
Companies are encouraged to click the link below to apply for an opportunity to attend this summit. All procurement needs are listed in the online application. Interested companies should check which needs apply and provide a brief rationale why the company is a good fit. Consumers and its partners will select which companies will be invited based on the responses received. All invitees will receive at least one 20-minute pre-arranged private meeting. Companies MUST apply and be invited to the Oct. 21 summit in Gaylord.
The link to apply is available at: http://www.puremichiganb2b.com/b2b-web/#Consumers
For questions, or if you have difficulty accessing the application, please contact the MEDC’s Ryan Michael at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Chamber
The Traverse City Area Chamber of Commerce started in 1915 and is Michigan’s third-largest chamber, serving nearly 1,900 businesses in the Grand Traverse region. It partners with government, nonprofit and other organizations on a wide range of programs and services to grow the area’s economy, protect the environment and enhance quality of life. Learn more at www.tcchamber.org
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