One of the basic tenets of SIG is to create an environment that fosters networking, relationship building and the exchange of information. SIG is unique in its approach by bringing together buyers and sellers from the same marketplace in a non-commercial environment. SIG’s collegial, non-commercial environment has been referenced as a quality differentiator that encourages open discussions as a basis for building long-lasting business relationships. Members have an ability to showcase thought leadership, demonstrate subject matter expertise and build relationships without any pressure to buy or to sell.
In order to maintain SIG’s collegial atmosphere, SIG Provider/Advisor (“Provider”) members must review and acknowledge the terms of the SIG Code of Conduct to ensure that there is no misunderstanding with regards to expectations.
It is the responsibility of the primary contact at the provider member company to monitor their attendees during the Summit, both onsite and offsite, as well as at any SIGnature event or any other SIG-hosted live or virtual event. Failure to abide by the Provider Code of Conduct may result in cancellation of membership privileges based solely upon the discretion of the SIG Executive Team. If you have any questions about this Code of Conduct, please contact Ali Music, SIG Provider Advocate at email@example.com or 904.414.3985 or Geoff Talbot, Vice President of Member Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or 925.922.0552.
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