The Organizations That Make the EEA Possible
Founded in late 2007, the Enterprise Engagement Alliance was years ahead of business in identifying the need for a formal Engagement field; implementation framework and curriculum to help solution providers and corporate practitioners profit from engagement. While basic EEA expenses are covered by membership fees, the following companies provide significant additional support that are helping to accelerate the development of EEA education and ISO 10018 certification as well as to promote their own leadership in the field.
Original Founding Sponsors
The following organizations have supplied founding level sponsorships without interruption since the EEA’s formation in 2008.
An Enterprise Engagement company dedicated to new thinking, multi-media marketing, performance improvement, and campaign strategies for Dow Jones and S&P 500 companies across the globe.
Providers of the most distinguished line of time pieces with the Industry’s oldest and most experienced corporate sales division.
Canon Special Accounts
A world-leading supplier of digital cameras, SLR cameras, photo printers, scanners, camcorders and more to the corporate marketplace.
Fuji Special Markets
Leading suppliers of digital cameras, instant photo systems, and binoculars for the corporate marketplace.
Provides organizations powerful results by transforming employees, channel partners, and customers into all-out advocates.
Helps organizations design and deploy strategies that make employees feel passionate about their jobs, committed to the organization, and to put discretionary effort into their work.
Paragon Performance Group
Building on a 55-year legacy, Paragon Performance Group is a Woman Owned, full service performance improvement, culture engineering agency.