Hello! And thank you for your interest in becoming a sponsor of the GET Summit. The GET Summit has flexible sponsorship opportunities. We are always looking for good partners that believe in enabling innovation in election technology. Whether your organization is looking to participate as a thought leader or provide support to secure and further the tools of democracy, please contact us at email@example.com
As a 501(c)3, all sponsorship is tax deductible.
Partners have multiple levels of sponsorship available depending on the degree of participation desired. Depending on the level, sponsors can help curate panels, provide case studies, participate in a hackathon, and more.
This level of sponsorship is good for large companies, foundations, and law firms. Please contact us for more details and let us know what your key 2-3 objectives are.
Innovation means giving new ideas a chance to flourish. For qualifying small startups and small companies, we created a package designed to fit smaller budgets and allow innovative companies to participate in Sessions as panel speakers.
This level of sponsorship is good for startups with Series A funding or less and for small digital agencies (especially those that work in civic tech). Please contact us to see if you qualify. Include your website, Crunchbase link if applicable, and anything else that indicates your civic tech work if applicable.
We welcome media partners that are interested in covering the GET Summit and providing channels for content to be shared. From blogging to podcasts, we can set up some fun and engaging content platforms with you. We’re excited to work with you and put a spotlight on critical issues in election technology. Please contact us and let us know what your media company goals are.
We love our community partners. Qualifying organizations have an opportunity to participate in the Summit as speakers on panels, give presentations, and more. Community Partners are nonprofit organizations with limited funding, that work in civic tech and are nonpartisan. Election technology is not required to be the organization’s mission, but election technology must fit naturally into the organization's mission. To learn more, please contact us.