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Do you have what it takes to be an IBM Champion? Nominations Open!

By Wendy Batten posted Thu September 14, 2023 09:13 AM


3 Steps to Become an IBM Champion!

IBM  is participating in the IBM Champions Program and we want to celebrate your expertise and thank you for being with us on this journey together. Our customers define our success and we want to acknowledge your expertise. Here are some resources to get you started: Nominations are open for the 2024 class of IBM Champions. Deadline is Nov 27th, if you submit after 27 November 2023, the nomination will be reviewed only for IBM Rising Champion Advocacy badges. IBM Champion announcements will be made in early January 2024. IBM Rising Champion advocacy badges are issued monthly. We hope you share your story with us! *This program is only open for IBM Clients & Partners

(1) What is an IBM Champion:  
IBM Champions are a community of 800+ external experts across IBM technologies and around the world who are recognized by IBM for their extraordinary knowledge and contributions to the technical community.

  • Demonstrates expertise, extraordinary support, and advocacy for security technology, communities, and solutions.
  • Shares advocacy and influence within and outside their organizations or customer engagements.
  • Influences and mentors to help others make the most of investments in software, solutions services.

(2) How can I learn more about the Champions program?
IBM Champions support the success of IBM products by offering feedback from the front lines and technical ideas from the cutting edge. They nurture and support technical communities by running user groups and conferences, writing blogs and articles, contributing code and content to forums, and speaking at conferences.

(3) What is the nomination process and who can participate?
I am an IBM Champion and I would like to renew
I am an IBMer and I would like to nominate someone
I want to nominate my colleague 
I want to BE an IBM Champion

Learn more and nominate an IBM champion: