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IAMCP launches a new chapter in Greater China Region

Friday, July 26, 2019   (0 Comments)
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HONG KONG, July ##, 2019 - During the Microsoft Inspire 2019 conference, which is the central annual event for Microsoft partners, the largest independent association of Microsoft partners - International Association of Microsoft Channel Partner (IAMCP) - launched a new chapter covering the Greater China Region. Even though Microsoft has had a presence in China for more than 25 years, boasting a robust and vibrant partner ecosystem of 15,000 partners, this is the first time that the IAMCP has established an official chapter in this part of the APAC region.

“The IAMCP offers unsurpassed growth opportunities for our members through partnership opportunities across competencies and geographic areas. I’m excited about our future works in the region,” said IAMCP Greater China Chapter Chair and founding member, Aldous Ng.

As a founding member of the Chinese chapter, Aldous Ng recognized the great opportunities that IAMCP membership provides in helping Chinese partners to realize partnership benefits, expand their offerings to regional customers, and increase growth through joint marketing efforts.

The benefits, however, go both ways, as the new Greater China chapter can be seen as a valuable business gateway for other Microsoft partners that want to enter the Chinese market.

Said Aldous Ng, “We want to create a forum for all Microsoft engineers and practitioners to explore potential applications for technologies with localization, while offering a common marketplace for promoting their solutions throughout the region.”

The new chapter is formed with strong support from Gavriella Schuster, Microsoft’s Corporate Vice President, One Commercial Partner, to foster an exchange of ideas between partners in China and the rest of the world.

On behalf of everyone at Microsoft, congratulations to the IAMCP on the launch of the Greater China Region chapter. The IAMCP is an important alliance for Microsoft, bringing partners together across the globe to collaborate and deliver unique customer solutions. We are delighted to see these partnership opportunities extended into China, a significant market opportunity in the APAC region for Microsoft. Congratulations to all involved!” - Gavriella Schuster, Corporate Vice President, One Commercial Partner, Microsoft

The chapter is committed to supporting education and training initiatives, member advocacy and business growth for all members.

“IAMCP has been at the forefront of driving collaboration, sharing best practices and Partner-to-Partner business amongst Microsoft partners,” said Aldous Ng.

By all accounts, the IAMCP China chapter launch was exactly what was needed in this fast-growing region, whose flagship companies already create international business connections or are actively looking for overseas partnerships.

“We welcome the GCR Chapter in the IAMCP network. One of our commitments to the partner community is to broaden our presence internationally; having leaders like Aldous Ng in our network will open opportunities for both partners that look at China as their potential market as well as Chinese partners who want to expand cross borders.”Sergio Baptista, IAMCP International President



IAMCP is the largest association of Microsoft partners, present in over 40 countries worldwide, counting more than 100 chapters, and covering three world regions: APAC, EMEA, and Americas. With more than 2,000 active members today, the organization was formed in 1994 and provides partners with a common voice to Microsoft, to the IT community at large, as well as a vehicle to facilitate mutual growth and business development amongst one another.


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