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Sponsorship Brochure

Want to be part of a legacy in the making? 

Sponsoring the Indigenous Connectivity Summit is a great way to align your business and brand with a community-driven contribution to the open Internet: connecting Indigenous communities. 

Why sponsor?

As a sponsor, you’ll play an important role in a digital grassroots effort to ensure Alaska Native, American Indian, Inuit, First Nations and Métis communities have affordable, high-quality and sustainable Internet access. 

You will also get to showcase your business or organization to over 200 highly engaged community network managers/operators, Indigenous-owned Internet service providers, community members, researchers, policy makers and Indigenous leadership.

Join the movement! 

When it comes to connecting communities, we need everyone on board. Find a sponsorship level today and help make sure no community is left behind.

PLATINUM - $25,000
  • Identified as a Platinum Sponsor on all event communications
  • Quoted in press release with the Internet Society 
  • Logo on event signage
  • Logo on Indigenous Connectivity Summit website
  • Introduction of keynote speaker
  • Logo on Indigenous Connectivity Summit program
  • Attendance at VIP dinner
GOLD - $10,000
  • Identified as a Gold Sponsor on all event communications
  • Logo on event signage
  • Logo on Indigenous Connectivity Summit website
  • Introduction of keynote speaker
  • Logo on Indigenous Connectivity Summit program
  • Attendance at VIP dinner
SILVER - $5,000
  • Identified as a Silver Sponsor on all event communications
  • Logo on event signage
  • Logo on Indigenous Connectivity Summit website
  • Logo on National Summit program
  • Attendance at VIP dinner
TRAVEL SPONSOR - $2,500
  • Identified as a Bronze Sponsor on all event communications
  • Logo on event signage
  • Logo on Indigenous Connectivity Summit website
  • Logo on National Summit program

For more information about becoming a sponsor of the Indigenous Connectivity Summit, please contact:

Mark Buell
Internet Society
(613) 715-3508
mbuell@isoc.org