Welcome to ClubVMSA!

ClubVMSA connects you with over 800 leaders in the global talent ecosystem.
Members fall into five (5) unique categories.
Select your category to discover membership benefits and join:

Enterprise Buyer

Staffing/SOW Supplier

MSP Supplier / Program Mgr

Tech, MSP Sales, Other Providers

Other

Who can become a member?

ClubVMSA Membership is an individual membership. Any person who plays a role within the Talent Ecosystem may become a member.

How much are membership dues?
  • For Staffing and SOW Suppliers, MSP Client-facing, Technology and Providers: Annual membership dues have been reduced to $599 per year per person (from $997/year per person). 
  • For Enterprise Clients in Procurement and Talent Acquisition: $0
  • For MSP Supplier and Program Managers: $0
How do I become a member?

Register HERE

What if I can’t attend an event? May one of my colleagues use my membership to attend?

Membership is for an individual and non-transferrable. Annual membership dues are non-transferrable, non-refundable and are not pro-rated.

I'm an Enterprise Client, What do I get as a member starting in 2020?

Click HERE

I'm a Supplier, What do I get as a member starting in 2020?

TBD

I'm a MSP Supply Program Manager, What do I get as a member starting in 2020?

TBD

I'm a Technology Provider, MSP Sales, What do I get as a member starting in 2020?

TBD

Participant

Check us out with no obligation. Listen to leaders in the industry live and unplugged every day for free. Maybe you’ll decide to move up to Contributor after a few weeks. Thanks for being a part of ClubVMSA!

Please select your community:

Participant

Check us out with no obligation. Listen to leaders in the industry live and unplugged every day for free. Maybe you’ll decide to move up to Contributor after a few weeks. Thanks for being a part of ClubVMSA!

Please select your community:

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