If you find yourself buying lots of Apple products, and you own a business or are self-employed, you might be eligible for discounts and other benefits under Apple's Joint Venture program. Not only does it let you accumulate loyalty points towards new products, you and your employees can receive training, help from dedicated business specialists, VIP level technical support, and more!
How to get more information about Joint Venture and Apple product discounts online
To get started with Joint Venture for your business, the first thing you want to do is contact a business specialist from an Apple Store near you. Here's how:
- Visit Apple's website: Joint Venture and One to One
- Fill out the Have Us Contact You section on the page in step one.
- On the following page, fill out the information completely and then put in the description something about Joint Venture.
A business specialist from one of your local Apple Stores should contact you within a few days. They can explain to you all the benefits of Joint Venture and talk to you about the membership fees associated.
Have any of you become members of Joint Venture? Has it saved your business money? Let me know in the comments!
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