Consider a Tech Nite Sponsorship

Position yourself in front of the premier tech crowd of the Shenandoah Valley for Tech Nite 22.

Tech Nite is an annual celebration of the Shenandoah Valley region’s technology community. It’s an opportunity to network with more than 250 leaders in business, education, innovation & entrepreneurship. The evening is highlighted with a ceremony, where innovators, leaders, educators, and leaders are recognized in eight award categories: Leadership, Community Impact, Emerging Business, Innovation in K-12 Education, Innovation in Higher Ed, Development, Utilization, People’s Choice. We are unspooling plans for an in-person event on May 4, 2022, but will remain flexible to switch to hosting virtually (in the Remo platform) if we need to.

Becoming involved as a Tech Nite sponsor provides an outstanding opportunity for visibility, in person or in a platform! Attended by the key players in the technology community a Tech Nite sponsorship positions the sponsor’s name, logo, and website (depending on the level chosen) as a leader in the area. Choose from several levels of recognition and benefits. All levels include attendance tickets.

  • Award sponsorships provide the highest level of recognition and become available only rarely.  Previous award sponsors will typically confirm their participation for Tech Nite by the end of January. Send us a note if you want to be next in line.
  • Other Tech Nite sponsorships also provide high-level visibility:
    Networking Reception Sponsor | Table Sponsor | Spotlight | Media & Multi-media.
  • Range: $300 – $5,000
  • For details, see the TN22 SVTC Gala Sponsorship Opportunities Flyer. (PDF)

Use the form to the right or send an email to info@svtc-va.org

Tech Nite sponsorship inquiry

Tech Nite is an excellent opportunity to get your name in front of the premier tech crowd of the Valley. Let us help you to maximize your visibility.
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