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SVTC membership benefits & details (pdf)

STUDENT

For an individual enrolled in high school or college.

INDIVIDUAL

For any one person (w/out organizational ties)

LEVEL I

For any business or organization.

LEVEL II

For any business or organization.

LEVEL III

For any business or organization.

$30$125$250$625$1,500
Exclusive Event Access:
direct access to attend members only events.

Sponsorship & Promotions:
participate in sponsorship and brand building opportunities for added visibility in the local tech ecosystem.

Directory Profile:
you will be listed among the area’s leading technology users and creators in our online searchable directory.

Make Announcements:
build your brand by making company announcements in our weekly newsletter.

Member Spotlight Presenter:
you are our featured presenter at two luncheons with special promotion of your brand.

Website Spotlight:
we promote your business on our home page slider.

Newsletter Promotion:
feature your logo in our weekly newsletter.

Promotion:
feature your logo on our banner (excludes Tech Nite).

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For Technology Users And Creators

SVTC is a community of shared interests and values without regard to geographical location. Regardless if you’re a new entrepreneur or an established organization seeking business resources, becoming a visible member of the council provides a number of resources and advantages. All companies, organizations (incl. public entities), as well as individuals (incl. students) are welcome to join! Choose the level of benefits and visibility that suits you.

MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS

  • Be recognized as a technology leader in the business community
  • Promote your business/organization with a profile in the online membership directory
  • Connect and network with other business leaders and the community to
  • Find solutions to business problems; identify tech resources
  • Develop new business through events and our network
  • Further your education and business knowledge through SVTC-sponsored programs and events, such as luncheons and special events
  • Network with legislators and government officials during SVTC’s annual legislative event
  • Receive up-to-date information about the Virginia technology community, state programs, and funding sources
  • Opportunities for sponsorship and publicity — create greater exposure for your business
  • Connect and stay in the loop. Local and regional news via the weekly SVTC newsletter (SVTC newsletter archive) for everyone in your organization; educational luncheons; member profile on the SVTC membership directory (SVTC membership directory)
  • Committee participation – get to know other members and their companies and highlight your own
  • Opportunity to mentor “younger” business owners or to be mentored by seasoned professionals to help your business get to the next level
  • Network and collaborate with other tech councils throughout Virginia; ask us to introduce you to key leaders

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