Since its founding in 1994, the Connecticut Technology Council has had the continued support of some extraordinary sponsors. Our sponsors have enabled CTC to stimulate and facilitate the growth and awareness of technology-based companies throughout Connecticut.

Become a Sponsor

Working with an active board of directors composed of technology and professional services leaders, the Connecticut Technology Council (CTC) leverages the private support of its sponsors to annually host exciting events and programs. Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and trade associations rely on annual sponsorships to produce their events. We are no different – sponsors help us pursue our mission of creating a culture of innovation and hosting events that celebrate the tech sector, its companies and its talented workforce. We have a list of 2019 sponsorship opportunities for your review.

Our events and programs are designed for their impact and ability to bring value to the firms who underwrite them. They support our mission and attract both large audiences and media attention.

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Benefits of Sponsoring

We are honored to have an impressive array of sponsors who contribute generously to CTC. Sponsorship levels and investments vary depending on the event:


Our sponsors view their participation as complementing their business development efforts while also presenting the opportunity to showcase their thought leadership.

Building Brands.

Our sponsors recognize that sponsorships build brands. Whether they’re on stage presenting an award or being featured in the event program, they know the importance of face-time and visibility.


Our sponsors have a commitment to good corporate citizenship, and they know how important it is to be involved in their local business community.


Our sponsors often couple their investment with a request to serve on the CTC Board of Directors. This additional volunteer effort allows for an opportunity to develop their network of peer contacts, gain valuable experience and benefit from the exposure to the business and policy issues of a statewide trade association.