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GHC 2015 is over. See our 2016 Sponsors page.

The Grace Hopper Celebration—the world’s largest conference for women technologists—broke records in 2014 and sold out in record time. GHC 2014 drew 7,803 attendees from 65 countries, with over 300 companies represented. Named after computer pioneer Admiral Grace Hopper, the conference connects, inspires and guides women in computing and organizations that view technology innovation as a strategic imperative.

“Life changing,” “amazing,” and “shockingly wonderful” are not terms that are typically used to describe industry conferences. But that’s exactly how people talk about the Grace Hopper Celebration, an annual four-day event dedicated to bringing together women in computing to talk about technology and their careers.’ – TechCrunch

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Additional Event Sponsorships – Closed

Sponsoring a service, award, scholarship, meet-up, or a special event within GHC is an excellent way to demonstrate your organization’s support of women technologists. GHC offers a wide array of sponsorship opportunities so that organizations can demonstrate commitment to events that align with their goals and initiatives. All of the sponsorship opportunities listed below offer significant visibility benefits, including logo recognition on the GHC website, event signage, credit reel, and printed program. Specific sponsorships offer additional benefits.

Academic Sponsorship – Closed

The academic community has always been an important part of GHC. In 2014, 42% of all attendees were students or academic professionals. With poster sessions, talks on latest research, the career fair, and the opportunity to meet mentors, this is one of the not to miss opportunities of the year.

Corporate Sponsorship – Closed

As a sponsor, your company can meet and recruit leading women technologists, as well as inspire and engage the women on your technology teams. In 2014, 52% of GHC attendees were career professionals, 70% reported that attending GHC increased their commitment to their career.

Labs and Nonprofits Sponsorship – Closed

Named after a government professional and run by a non-profit, GHC appreciates the participation of mission driven organizations. Workshops and seminars keep women in technology inspired, pushing the horizon of new ideas that fuel innovation. Networking events empower women technologists to make connections that can help further their careers as well as the goals of your organization.

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