Business Networking in Arizona
The Arizona Technology Council works to connect, empower, and engage technology companies across the state of Arizona through educational seminars, business legislative lobbying, and networking events.
Become a Member of AZTC Today!
Becoming a member is easy, just complete our online application! Companies of all shapes and sizes are welcomed into the AZTC family; our annual dues are determined based on the type of your organization.
Enjoy Member Savings
Our members enjoy exclusive discounts and savings on products and services technology companies use the most, like cyber insurance, design + marketing, telecommunications and more.
Why AZTC is the Best Choice
The Arizona Technology Council is one of the largest technology-driven trade associations in North America, with over 850 members and growing. We are the only organization specifically serving technology companies statewide. We exist to protect innovators and truly believe that technology moves all of us forward; we are dedicated to the future of Arizona.
Sponsorship with AZTC
We operate as a not-for-profit entity and rely on the incredible support of our annual sponsors to accomplish our many initiatives. Organizations can sponsor the Council at three levels—Premier, Platinum, and Visionary—each offering supreme benefits and opportunities for exposure to our membership base. Event-specific sponsorships are also available.
The Premier Sponsorship is our highest level of support at $55,000. Benefits include space at conferences and expos throughout the year, prime exposure on digital and print collateral, a company showcase presentation, and more.
Platinum Sponsors support the Council at $22,000 annually. Benefits include the opportunity to host an educational program, placement in our TechTalk monthly newsletter, tickets to our new member Wine & Cheese events, and more.
Our most affordable level is the Visionary Annual Sponsorship at $8,250 a year. Benefits include the opportunity to submit guest blogs and content for our newsletter, signature event tickets, exposure on social media, and more.
The findings by Dice, a tech career hub, offer a glimpse into how businesses adjusted to the coronavirus pandemic onset and the rapid changes it brought, such as a mass movement from offices to telecommuting and an increase in e-commerce. As for changes between February and March, Arizona’s 6% bump put it at No. 6 on the state list and Phoenix’s 13% jump put it at No. 8 among U.S. cities.
The Arizona Technology Council announced it has appointed Wes Hummel, vice president, Site Reliability Engineering, PayPal; Anne Dougherty, co-founder and co-owner, ILLUME Advising; and Dr. Mary L. Bailey, president and CEO, Rincon Research, to its board of directors. Hummel, Dougherty and Bailey were elected unanimously to serve three-year terms at the Council’s quarterly board meeting held April 30.