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Sponsoring a World Trade Center Institute (WTCI) event or program is one of the best ways to grow and nurture the Mid-Atlantic’s network of people who want to drive growth and global good in the region and worldwide. Simultaneously, you will play a pivotal role in solidifying the region’s reputation as an innovation hub. Some of the more tangible benefits to sponsorship are receiving complimentary tickets to WTCI events and VIP receptions, getting priority consideration for speaking opportunities and including your logo in our marketing materials.
Four times a year, executives come together to hear about the most pressing issues related to global business from the experts who are on the front lines. Sponsorship starts at $1,500. Contact Senior Director of Programs and Series Kristin Lewis at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Every year, WTCI creates space for women to learn and talk about the leadership challenges and opportunities unique to their gender. The daylong event is held in June and attracts hundreds of people. Sponsorship starts at $2,500. Contact Senior Manager of Women Spanning the Globe and Events Maggie Pringle at email@example.com.
WTCI’s annual awards ceremony is a time to celebrate the people in Maryland who are driving change in the region and globally. They are the steadfast leaders at companies, nonprofit organizations, governments and academic institutions. Sponsorship starts at $3,500. Contact Vice President of Membership and Business Development Jeremy Rosendale at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What are the current challenges for the Port of Baltimore and Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport? And what solutions are being implemented? Get the inside scoop from the ports’ leaders at this annual event. Sponsorship starts at $1,000. Contact Vice President of Membership and Business Development Jeremy Rosendale at email@example.com.
WTCI awards Albrecht fellowships to high school and college students who want a career that touches many cultures and countries. We also have Bowe fellowships for mid-to senior-level managers who want to grow into the C-Suite at global entities or are in the C-Suite but want to improve their skills. Contact Director of Fellowships Charise Liggins at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We design and deliver programs for people from around the world who want to come to Maryland to learn. Our programs range from one hour to a few weeks. They often include in-person meetings with global business leaders, as well as opportunities to learn about the American culture by living with a Maryland family. Contact Manager of Professional Exchange Programs Loren Kupferschmid at email@example.com.