PRIVATE SECTOR PARTNERS
Current Private Sector Partners
SETDA enjoys a strong relationship with leading educational technology companies. We believe it is important to provide opportunities for the private and public sector to engage in meaningful dialogue and we accomplish this through our annual private sector partnership program. See who our private sector partners are here.
Become a Private Sector Partner
SETDA's private sector partners provide an unmatched public-private collaboration that fosters significant engagement with SETDA members and staff throughout the year. Our goal is to partner with a variety of companies that range from startups to long-standing corporations representing diversity in size, budget, geographic scope and reach, longevity and mission.
- Become an Emerging Private Sector Partner (designed especially for startups and emerging companies), go here.
- Become a Gold or Platinum Private Sector Partner, go here.
Channel partners serve as intermediaries that connect companies/organizations to SETDA who become event sponsors (short term engagement) or private sector partners (long term engagement). Examples of channel partners are: communication firms, startup incubators or accelerators, consulting firms or venture capitalists. In sum, channel partners function as “dot connectors” facilitating mutually beneficial connections between the private sector and SETDA. See who our channel partners are here.
SETDA provides opportunities for companies to network with state members and showcase their products/services at our in person events. A variety of activities afford companies an audience with state members; examples include speed meeting sessions, round robin product demonstrations or speaking opportunities. To learn about other mechanisms to engage more substantively with state members and throughout the year, click here whereas startups and emerging companies, click here.
Become an event sponsor
Click below to learn more about the opportunities to engage with our state members at the following events:
FOR MORE INFORMATION
For information on how your company can become engaged with SETDA's membership, please contact Jennifer Fritschi, Ph.D., Director of Strategic Partnerships, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 202-716-6636 x704.