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Member Types

There are several types of IPMA membership, based on your company’s mission and your role within the company as well as the number of individuals who have joined or wish to join.

IN-PLANT MEMBERSHIP

Regular Membership is for persons who are employed by or manage in-house/corporate publishing or distribution services or a department of in-house corporate publishing and distribution services for and within a parent organization. Persons whose primary role is Teachers of graphics, printing &/or mailing curriculum at secondary schools, colleges or universities or is a student are also eligible for regular membership at a discounted fee. (contact IPMA at 816/919-1691 ext. #102 or email ipmainfo@ipma.org for information)

Additional Regular Membership is for additional members at the same location that does not want to take advantage of the Corporate Membership. Additional members should be employed at the same physical location (i.e., the same mailing address); multiple branches of the same company are considered separate companies.

Regular Corporate Membership is for multiple employees of an in-house/corporate publishing and/or distribution facility who already qualify as regular (individual) members and want to take advantage of a bundled discount rate. Ten (10) members may be included per corporate membership. Company members should be employed at the same physical location (i.e., the same mailing address); multiple branches of the same company are considered separate companies.

Trial Membership is for persons who are employed by or manage in-house/corporate publishing or distribution services or a department of in-house corporate publishing and distribution services for and within a parent organization who would like to try before you buy. The IPMA Trial Membership gives you full access to the same benefits as a regular member for thirty days.

VENDOR/SUPPLIER MEMBERSHIP

Associate Membership is for qualified persons who are employed by a company that produces or sells supplies, equipment or services to in-house corporate publishing or distribution facilities and are directly or indirectly responsible for developing, planning, marketing or selling those materials or services. Employees of facilities management companies may join as Associate Members.