Sponsors

The 2014 Florida Economic Development Conference is the premier professional development event attended by economic, workforce and community developers from Florida’s 67 counties,  400 cities, 24 workforce regions, 12 universities and 28 community colleges. The conference includes breakout sessions and plenaries that will grow each attendee’s toolkit and support the continued growth of Florida’s economy and business climate. Each year we work to provide a variety of cost-effective sponsorship opportunities that increase your exposure to decision makers throughout Florida. Valuable benefits include:

Platinum Sponsor $15,000

  • Official Sponsor of the Eunice Sullivan and Toni Jennings Professional of the Year Awards Dinner on Thursday Evening
  • Recognition and Stage Time at the Awards Dinner on Thursday Evening
  • 1 Exhibit Booth
  • 3 Conference Registrations
  • Company Logo on Awards Dinner Slides (exclusively)
  • Company Logo on Program Cover
  • Company Logo on Conference Signage on Location
  • Company Logo on fedcconference.com and fedc.net
  • Company Logo on all Conference emails (mailed bi-weekly)
  • Company Logo on Facebook Timeline Cover Photo (with FEDC Conference Logo)
  • One Featured Article on fedcconference.com and in 1 Conference E-Newsletter
  • Social Media Mentions
  • Complete the Sponsorship Request Form

Gold Sponsor $10,000

  • Collective Recognition at the Opening Plenary and Lunch Plenary
  • 2 Conference Registrations
  • Company Logo on Plenary Slides
  • Company Logo in Program
  • Company Logo on Conference Signage on Location
  • Company Logo on fedcconference.com and fedc.net
  • Company Logo on all Conference emails (mailed bi-weekly)
  • One Featured Article on fedcconference.com and in 1 Conference E-Newsletter
  • Social Media Mentions
  • Complete the Sponsorship Request Form

Silver Sponsor $5,000

  • Collective Recognition at Two Plenary Sessions
  • 1 Conference Registration
  • Company Logo on Plenary Slides
  • Company Logo for Tour Sponsor will be Recognized on all Tour Signage
  • Company Logo in Program
  • Company Logo on Conference Signage on Location
  • Company Logo on fedcconference.com and fedc.net
  • Company Logo on all Conference emails (mailed bi-weekly)
  • Social Media Mentions
  • Complete the Sponsorship Request Form

Bronze Sponsor $2,500

  • Joint Sponsor of all Breakout Sessions
  • Company Logo on Breakout Session Opening Slides
  • Company Logo in Program
  • Company Logo on Conference Signage on Location
  • Company Logo on fedcconference.com and fedc.net
  • Company Logo on all Conference emails (mailed bi-weekly)
  • Social Media Mentions
  • Complete the Sponsorship Request Form

Key Card Sponsorship $2,500

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Turn Down Service Sponsorship $1,500

Be the Last to Wish Conference Attendees Sweet Dreams

  • Hotel Staff will Place Your Promotional Items in Each Attendees Room
  • Wednesday and Thursday Night Available
  • Cost of Your Promotional Items Not Included in Sponsorship
  • Social Media Mentions
  • Complete the Sponsorship Request Form

Break Sponsorships $500

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About the Florida Economic Development Conference and Attendee Profile

The 2014 Florida Economic Development Conference is the premier professional development event attended by economic, workforce and community developers from Florida’s 67 counties,  400 cities, 24 workforce regions, and 28 community colleges. Professionals that attend are interested in building their toolkits and learning best practices to grow Florida’s economy.

FEDC Overview

The Florida Economic Development Council is a membership-based not-for-profit (501c6) corporation that relies on support from its members and investors to educate and inform business and government leaders about key economic development issues and initiatives.  We are Florida’s primary resource for economic development related policy development, education and networking. The Florida Economic Development Council is open to individuals, agencies, and companies who are interested in growing the economy of Florida.