The value of an IMA membership is in the power associated with being part of a network of manufacturers, supply chain partners, business advisors, and strategic partners. The IMA provides the connections to establish business relationships among its members, sharing in a culture of learning, innovation, and growth.
Having access to contacts and information in the industry is so important. There are always things I can help people with, and things they can help me with, too. Building that camaraderie is huge.” Additionally, “IMA’s 401K program is phenomenal, as a small business, it feels impossible to manage all the fiduciary components of a true 401K and still make it affordable, so the program they have set up is a real benefit to us.“Lynn Hodges, President
Some Member Benefits include:
For a full list, visit our Member Benefits page.
- Free quarterly meeting attendance
- Member-only site tours
- Discounts on all workshops, seminars, or lunch & learn opportunities
- Reduced cost for apprenticeship participation
- Eligibility in our Association 401K Plan offered through PensionMark
- Discounted booth space at the annual Made Here Expo & Job Fair
- Discounted tickets to the annual VIP Reception
- Member portal site with membership directory, resources, event calendars
- Free job postings on our website and promotion of jobs on our social media channels
- Multiple discounts and savings through 3rd party service providers, click here for a full list.
New member benefits in the works:
- Idaho or Regional manufacturing salary survey (Q2 2021)
- Idaho Manufacturers Database (Q1 2021)
- Increased workforce development initiatives
I’ve been involved with the Alliance since almost the very beginning, it’s something I’m passionate about. When our employees have opportunities to interact with other businesses, they come back with a ton of new ideas and the manufacturing industry in Idaho continues to get better through that resource sharing.Fred Goins, Plant Manager
IMA’s Membership is a tiered structure offering memberships for manufacturing companies and representatives, as well as Associate and Partner organizations. All applicants must embrace the core principles of the organization and be willing to collaborate and work with other members.
Manufacturers are defined as “establishments engaged in the mechanical, physical, or chemical transformation of materials, substances, or components into new products”. Any person employed by a manufacturing firm is eligible to apply for membership on behalf of the company.
Supply chain members are those that provide materials or processes directly involved in the manufacturing of goods.
Associate members are defined as providers of goods or services to manufacturers. These providers may be financial or business advisors, banking and lending representatives, or professional services/consultants.
Partner members are local or state governments, agencies, economic development entities or educational institutions.
|Manufacturer – Level I||Companies with 1-5 Full-Time Employees||$150 /year|
|Manufacturer – Level II||Companies with 6-20 Full-Time Employees||$300 /year|
|Manufacturer – Level III||Companies with 21-50 Full-Time Employees||$500 /year|
|Manufacturer – Level IV||Companies with 51-100 Full-Time Employees||$750 /year|
|Manufacturer – Level V||Companies with 100+ Full-Time Employees||$1,000 /year|
|Supply Chain - Level I||Two company representatives can participate at any given event.||$500/year|
|Supply Chain - Level II||Up to 5 company representatives can participate at any given event.||$750/year|
|Supply Chain - Level III||6+ company representatives can participate at any given event.||$1000/year|
|Partner||Dues, In-Kind Donation, or Reciprocal Membership,||$500 /year|
|Associate – Level I||Membership for up to 2 employees||$1,500 /year|
|Associate – Level II||Membership for up to 5 employees||$2,500 /year|
|Associate – Level III||Membership for 6+ employees||$3,500 /year|
|Students||Post-secondary students are welcome to join, please provide proof of enrollment or recommendation from professor or IMA member. Contact us for additional details.||Contact us|
|Individual||Unemployed job-seekers, retirees, etc. Individuals who are not defined as one of the listed membership types may be considered for an Individual Membership.||Contact us|
The folks at IMA have identified protocols and resources…that have been incredibly helpful, and we see that as a major benefit of being in the association – they really have your back and they’re only a phone call away.Brad Giesen, Operations Manager
PedSafety, A Campbell Company