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Tech Networks of Boston has been a proud Microsoft Partner since 2001, specializing in Advanced Infrastructure Solutions, Information Worker Solutions and OEM Hardware Solutions. We are a Tier 2 SMB Champion with nearly 100 clients and more than 2,300 seats in the cloud with 75% being non-proft seats.
We are proud to be a Massachusetts Statewide Contractor.
We are proud to partner with EMPath (formerly Crittenton Women’s Union) who plays co-host and offers event space for some of the TNB Roundtables. EMPath EMPath transforms people’s lives by helping them move out of poverty and providing other institutions with the tools to systematically do the same.
We are proud to partner with CityAwake, the first ever social impact festival. City Awake’s mission is to provide a platform for all local organizations, enterprises and individuals to showcase their initiatives, and to learn about and connect with others in the city. Uniting and strengthening Boston’s impact community will help to raise the city’s profile as the social impact Hub.
Tech Networks of Boston co-sponsors Pro Bono Tech Consulting nights each quarter with Annkissam and 501Partners. These free events are meant to guide nonprofits with the technology consulting advice they need and could not otherwise afford. Read about the past events here.
Third Sector New England plays co-host and graciously allows TNB use of their Nonprofit Center for many of our Roundtable events.
We are proud to be a silver sponsor for the Massachusetts Nonprofit Network’s yearly conference and an affiliate member. The Massachusetts Nonprofit Network (MNN) is the voice of the nonprofit sector and the only statewide organization in the Commonwealth dedicated to uniting and strengthening the entire nonprofit sector through advocacy, public awareness, and capacity-building.
Susan Labandibar, the former President and CEO of Tech Networks of Boston, serves as the SBN President. SBN has over 20 years of experience in bringing together business leaders and others interested in topics such as business ethics, local economy building, environmental sustainability, social and environmental justice, and local food to share information and take action. Today we are building on that history in a new, intense effort to make significant progress toward a sustainable world.
TNB is proud to be taking place in the Green Streets Initiative 2015 Walk/Ride Day Corporate Challenge. This partnership gives everyone a chance to rethink one’s commute by celebrating and exploring environmentally friendly, healthy commuting options.
The Climate Action Business Association aims to help solve the climate crisis by organizing local small business leaders to be more effective advocates for climate change mitigation and adaptation within our communities, at the business, local, state, regional, national and international levels. CABA’s approach balances member education, public outreach, and dialogue with officials, and publicity about successful business and community climate change initiatives.
The American Sustainable Business Council (ASBC) seeks to advance public policies that foster a vibrant, just, and sustainable economy. Tech Networks of Boston is a proud member of the American Sustainable Business Council, working to create a new vision, framework and policies that contribute to a sustainable economy.