ANN ARBOR – Bobby Chasnis, director of the Pure Michigan Business Connect program, and Colin Dillon talks about the Pure Michigan Connect PPE matchmaking efforts, plus announced a new ad campaign called Michigan’s Arsenal of Innovation. PMBC matches those in need of Personal Protective Equipment with those that supply PPEs.
PMBC is offering a procurement program to assist businesses in accessing non-medical grade Personal Protection Equipment to keep their employees and customers safe as they begin resuming in-person operations, as is required by Executive Order 2020-97.
Michigan Businesses with Procurement Needs
Are you in need of Personal Protection Equipment including face masks, face shields, gloves and goggles as your business transitions to in-person operations over the coming weeks? Pure Michigan Business Connect (PMBC) is collecting data in order to help you source these needs and services within Michigan.
Click “Start Here” below and fill out the form to help us intake of your needs. Once we have your information collected, we will provide you access to a database of suppliers who have indicated capability in filling these needs. Please note that we cannot guarantee they will have immediate supply stock or service availability.
Michigan Businesses with Supplier Capabilities
Does your business have goods and services that might be able to support organizations in safeguarding their employees and customers as they transition to in-person operations? PMBC is looking for suppliers capable of filling urgent needs for non-medical grade Personal Protection Equipment as Michigan begins re-engaging its economy in phases over the coming weeks. Items to supply could include: face masks, non-medical grade face shields, gloves and goggles.
Click “Start Here” below and review the form to see if your business is able to provide any of the needs listed. Once you’ve submitted the form, you may be added to a supplier database that businesses who have indicated a need for these items will have access to. While PMBC will curate an initial list of suppliers, the businesses themselves will be responsible for reaching out to suppliers directly to inquire about procurement needs.