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Welcome to Business Partner Voices, the official IBM PartnerWorld blog. Our goal is to deliver relevant and highly targeted content that is unavailable elsewhere to our IBM Business Partners. We are especially eager to feature more blogs authored by you, our valued IBM Business Partners, so we may shine a spotlight on the important and exciting work that you do.

Share your story to inspire our PartnerWorld community, and amplify your efforts so your clients know just how you’re evolving or innovating together with IBM to better serve their needs. Take advantage of this opportunity as another way to stand out in a crowded marketplace.

Send us your article proposal

What kind of story should you tell? A blog about a recent client success would be great, for example. You could illustrate the unique way you solved that client’s business challenges—or cleverly leveraged resources like IBM Systems Technical University, IBM Global Financing services or strategic IBM relationships to make it happen. And we do mean illustrate, because on Business Partner Voices, blogs that include videos, slides, graphics or other forms of visual content garner higher engagement and are therefore highly encouraged.

Are you an IBM Business Partner and ready to share your point of view? Then please send us your article proposal! Keep in mind that contributed blogs must be 500–600 words and we require 4–6 weeks to complete the editorial review process, so please plan your proposal accordingly.

We look forward to your submission!


Blog submissions are evaluated by our editorial team for informational value, timeliness and quality. They may be edited for length, clarity, tone and audience appeal. Submissions that are of a purely promotional or commercial nature will not be accepted. IBM reserves the right to reject any submitted content for any reason, or no reason. Business Partner Voices and IBM reserve the right to review or request changes to all submissions.

We very much appreciate the effort that’s required to prepare a blog proposal. However, because of the volume of inquiries we receive, we may not be able to respond to each one. But we do read them all and we will do our best to respond in a timely manner.