SpartanNash is the largest food distributor serving military commissaries and exchanges in the United States, in terms of revenue. For decades, Spartan Stores and Nash Finch Company have separately served the needs of independent grocery stores, top-flight supermarkets, value-seeking consumers and military families. Then, on July 22, 2013, they announced they would merge into one company. The Company’s core businesses include distributing food to military commissaries and exchanges and independent and corporate-owned retail stores located in 44 states and the District of Columbia, Europe, Cuba, Puerto Rico, the Azores, Bahrain and Egypt. SpartanNash operates 159 retail stores.
SpinDanceTechnology and Communications
At SpinDance, we’re trusted leaders in tech looking to simplify the complex and connect the physical to the invisible. Every day, we partner with many kinds of organizations to build and manage the software that powers today’s smart devices.
Our services guide you to discover a value-driven IoT project that aligns with your company’s vision and goals. And our end-to-end approach and tech stack help you develop a state-of-the-art IoT solution, one that offers data-driven innovation at its finest.
Steelcase is a global design and thought leader in the world of work. For over a century, we have designed, manufactured and partnered with the world’s leading organizations to create furnishings and solutions for the many places where work happens — including learning, health and work from home. Through our research, we deliver insights and design innovation to our customers around the world. Our solutions are brought to life through our Steelcase dealer community, Steelcase store and retail partners. And because we’re dedicated to doing our best work for the places we all share, we come together for people and the planet — using our business to help the world work better.
SwitchTechnology and Communications
Founded in 2000, this global technology solutions company, headquartered in Las Vegas, Nevada, is built on the intelligent and sustainable growth of the Internet. Switch Founder and CEO, Rob Roy, has developed more than 218 patent and patent-pending claims covering data center designs that have manifested into the world-renowned SUPERNAP data centers. Visit switch.com for more information.
Symplicity CommunicationsTechnology and Communications 940 Monroe Avenue NW
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
We’re a technology partner that acts like a business partner, a consultant that treats you like a friend. We always do the right thing for your business, even when no one's looking. We don’t cut corners, act like robots, or check out when our clients need us. We work hard to create opportunities for you and your business to thrive. Sometimes that runs up our coffee budget, but we're okay with that.
TACK Electronics, Inc.Manufacturing
Founded in 1996, TACK Electronics was established to meet the needs of customers whose volumes and lead times fell outside of, or between, traditional contract manufacturing specifications. Since then, TACK has successfully been producing high quality custom wire harnesses and assemblies for a wide variety of electronic applications.
Tech DefendersTechnology and Communications
At Tech Defenders, we help school districts, businesses, and other organizations maximize the value of their aged or used technology. We specialize in refurbishing and repurposing mobile devices by relying on our team of 150 highly skilled technicians and support staff. Each device that arrives at our facility goes through a robust inspection process, including data erasure, cleaning, repairing, and final testing before being sold back into secondary markets. Our team currently processes more than 45,000 laptops, tablets, and other devices per month, returning mobile technology back into the hands of end-users; consumers, businesses, and school districts around the world.
With every partnership, we maintain a firm commitment to provide reliable and seamless solutions that consistently meet our partners’ evolving needs. At Tech Defenders, the products and services we provide are focused on sustainability, data security, and employee safety. Currently, we serve 800+ partners worldwide and have become experts in market value, secure device processing, and global logistics.
Most of all, we are a conscientious company that cares deeply for our community and the environmental impact we have on it. All of what we do is guided by our values, and that is why we are passionate about upholding our motto: Recover. Revive. Reuse.
Terryberry provides employee recognition products, programs, and services to 25,000+ organizations of all sizes across North America and in the UK. Through effective recognition, Terryberry helps to boost morale, increase employee engagement and retention and create a culture of recognition in their customers’ business. Services offered include management and support, training, online tracking/award redemption, and recognition metrics. Products offered by Terryberry include Service Awards, Award Points, Recognize Me! Spot Recognition kits, Give a WOW! Peer-to-peer online recognition solution.
The Christman CompanyConstruction: General Contractors
The Christman Company was founded by Heinrich G. Christman in 1894 on a set of fundamental business principles that, over time, have become known to us and others as "The Christman Way”. The Christman Company has experience in 38 states with 8 full service offices nationwide. They are the industry’s best, most comprehensive pre-construction and planning services, with a “whole building” approach, technologically advanced virtual building, and a wide range of value management tools such as benchmarking and life cycle costing.
The Huntington National BankFinancial & Capital Services
The Huntington National Bank and its affiliates provide full-service commercial, small business, and consumer banking services; mortgage banking services; treasury management and foreign exchange services; equipment leasing; wealth and investment management services; trust services; brokerage services; customized insurance brokerage and service programs; and other financial products and services. The principal markets for these services are Huntington's six-state retail banking franchise: Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Indiana, West Virginia, and Kentucky. The primary distribution channels include a banking network of more than 700 traditional branches and convenience branches located in grocery stores and retirement centers, and through an array of alternative distribution channels