Partnerships Overview:

Partnerships2As the only independent, not-for-profit association of CIOs in Canada, CIOCAN has established important partnerships with a number of research, advocacy, media and event-based organizations that are committed to the profession of CIO. All organizational relationships are established through, or in conjunction with the National Board.
The Association also has a relationship with Sky’s the Limit, a charitable organization committed to making IT hardware accessible to as many students as possible.

CIOCAN is open to a limited number of additional partner relationships in 5 categories.

If you are interested in applying for a partnership, applications may be submitted online based on the type of partner relationship you are interested in.

Applications provide details on the specific criteria we assess in potential partnerships and will enable us to measure your partner request against our established criteria.  Applications  are reviewed monthly and submitted to our National Board for further discussion.

Overview information is provided below, or you can review the detailed criteria.  Once you have chosen your category, submit a partner application:

 INDUSTRY A non-commercial business relationship with like-minded Canadian ICT industry organizations offering mutual brand and member benefits. 
 EVENTS A relationship with an external event firm which provides ICT content, similar/aligned with CIOCAN values offering benefits to members should they choose to attend, and brand visibility.  Supported or hosted at a National or Chapter level.
 RESEARCH A one-time or annual research-based initiative resulting in co-branded published works which bring ICT industry knowledge, benefits and insight to members individually with leadership and brand recognition for the association and/or external industry practitioners.
 ACADEMIC A professional and leadership development opportunity for our members, run locally, and/or Canada-wide with a view to establishing nationally recognized education standards for CIOs, and which contributes to other academic achievement levels.
 MEDIA A Media relationship is intended to deliver industry visibility to the CIOCAN brand covering our activity, press announcements; highlighting member achievement and measure our industry reach and impact.