Business Partners

Business Partners, we are looking forward to seeing you in Lincoln this October!  To help you have the most successful experience, we have created a “Prezi” an online file that you can view to prepare for your time at the conference.  This presentation is filled with ideas to help you make the most of your pre-conference, while you are there and post conference activities.  Please take a few minutes to review it.  There may be some helpful nuggets to propel your attendance to the most successful attendance!  Reach out to Debra Jones or Allison Anderson-Fobert if you have questions. BP: Prezi for Conference

We appreciate our CAPPA Business Partners. Their contributions to the annual conference and sponsorships helps allow CAPPA to continue our mission of education. Please explore the database below to learn about our CAPPA Business Partners and what services they provide.

Being a CAPPA Business Partner is a great way to connect with the CAPPA members. Please join to support the CAPPA mission and connect with Higher Education members.  How to become a CAPPA Business Partner – Business Partner Membership

The Business Partner Liaison Committee (Co-Chairs pictured above) is a resource for our business partners and a voice to the CAPPA Board.  As a business partner, you can increase your company’s visibility to the membership by leveraging the resources your membership provides.  Conference exhibiting, speaking and sponsorship opportunities, newsletter submittals and volunteering with other committees within the CAPPA organization are some of the options available to our business partners.


And the BP Committee Goals:

  • Listen and communicate back to the Board information collected from the Vendor Members regarding their membership experience and ideas to share
  • Increase vendor member participation in the Association and in conferences
  • Stay connected to vendor members
  • Create opportunities to increase vendor member business within the association
  • Welcome new exhibitors with recognition at the conferences
  • Create awareness of the BLVM opportunity
  • Create a path for BLVM consideration