Overview & Sponsorship

Signature Events

NTC Awards

January 25, 2018

Attendance: 600+

The 9th Annual NTC Awards will be held January 25, 2018 at the Wildhorse Saloon in downtown Nashville. The NTC will host a sold-out crowd for a night of fun and celebration, honoring  Middle Tennessee’s rich community of developers, tech entrepreneurs, enthusiasts and institutions. Winners in 14 categories were presented with the event’s signature Gibson Guitar award.

Tech Day on the Hill

February/March 2018

The NTC’s Hill Day connects NTC members directly with their elected officials from the Tennessee State Legislature. The full day event includes a How to Talk with Policy Makers 101 training session, impactful meetings with elected representatives, and a reception with state legislators. Through policy efforts such as Tech Day on the Hill, the NTC works to connect and unite the technology industry of Middle Tennessee and sustain an economic atmosphere that empowers tech and nurtures innovation to thrive. The NTC advocates for the expansion and attraction of both tech businesses and a talented workforce.

Nashville IT Symposium

May 1, 2018

Attendance: 300+

The Nashville Technology Council is thrilled to again host the annual Nashville IT Symposium, an elite event designed for peer networking and knowledge sharing among IT Executives and their management teams. The one day event includes dynamic keynotes, 15+ different interactive peer driven breakouts, exceptional networking opportunities, and content driven presentation on leading topics ranging from cybersecurity, H-1B reform, Blockchain, digital culture, hiring and talent retention, and diversity in tech.

We Build Tech Summit

July, 2018

Attendance: 100+ tech educators and tech professionals

The We Build Tech Summit focuses on connecting and engaging Middle Tennessee’s tech professionals and tech educators to increase alignment, understanding, and partnership between those communities. With over 1,500 jobs open in technology in Middle TN today, and over 500,000 nationally, strong connections between education and employment are critical to our economic future. The one day summit includes educator professional development sessions, breakout sessions targeting key conversations between tech educators and professionals, cross-industry networking, and a reception.

The Nashville Analytics Summit

August 20 & 21, 2018

Attendance: 550+

The  Nashville Analytics Summit, held at the Omni Hotel in downtown Nashville, brings together more than 550 tech professionals to knowledge share and network around topics relating to big data and analytics. Dozens of speakers from numerous industries and backgrounds present on a range topics, including: data science, business Intelligence, dashboards, reporting & data visualization, data governance, security & ethics, and professional development.

NTC Annual Meeting

October, 2018

Attendance: 300+

The NTC Annual Meeting brings together the leaders of Middle Tennessee’s tech community to promote our region’s progress, celebrate those making an impact, forecast trends, and discuss how to transform predictions into future opportunities for growth in our area.

Community Events

The NTC’s Community Events are opportunities to bring varied segments of the Nashville tech community together to network, build relationships, and share ideas.

Tech Talks

The Tech Talk series is a monthly ‘lunch and learn’ style event where members of the Nashville tech community are invited to hear from those people and companies who are driving change and leading innovation in their fields.

NashCocktail & Featured Member of the Month

We invite NTC Members to join us in the space for a month as our featured member, connecting with the many visitors we’ll welcome and promoting your company in person and digitally via our communications channels. The featured member also becomes the sponsor of that month’s NashCocktail, a well-known brand established in 2010, evening happy hour & networking event hosted at Tech Hill Commons, over 50 attendees regularly, sponsor(s) welcome group with opening remarks. NTC members only. Sponsorship: $1,500

Summer & Holiday Party

Join more than 200 NTC members and friends as we come together to celebrate another year of growth and success in our vibrant Middle Tennessee technology community. Enjoy food, beer & wine as you relax, have fun, and network with technology peers at two of the NTC’s largest signature annual events.

Peer Groups & Leadership Exchanges

The Nashville Technology Council provides a number of ways to engage with other members based on topic of interest or career path, through peer groups & leadership exchanges. These groups hold regular meetings and host events on their subject matter. 

Peer Groups

NTC Peer Groups include Business Intelligence & Analytics, Marketing & Tech Strategy and Sales & Business Development. Sponsorship: $500 (member) & $1,500 (non-member)

Leadership Exchanges

Our Leadership Exchanges include CIO and Emerging Leaders. Sponsorships available. Contact Jacqui Logan, Jacqui.logan@technologycouncil.com for details.

Education & Workforce Development Events

We Build Tech Summer Code Camps

The NTC We Build Tech Summer Camps allow students to learn the basics of programming. Our curriculum immerses kids in an engaging, real-world environment in which they are challenged to create with code. By giving students the resources needed for success, we hope they will become leaders of the high-tech workforce.

Traveling Tech Days

The NTC brings groups of students to local businesses & college campuses to learn more about careers and education in the field of technology for our Traveling Tech Days. Over the past year, we’ve sent more than 500 students out into the industry. We’re looking for companies who want to invest in the students who will become tomorrow’s technology talent for Middle Tennessee so they can gain a better understanding of the content they are teaching and how it relates back to the industry. Sponsorship: $750

Hour of Code

Each year, the NTC partners schools with local technology professionals each year during Computer Science Week to participate in the global movement, Hour of Code.