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Exceptional Sponsorship Opportunity to Promote Your Business

Showcase your business to more than 250,000 new and existing clients or customers by becoming a sponsor of the Business Summit. The event is a collaborative effort between the City of Highland Park and the business community. It is designed to bring hundreds of business and community leaders together to facilitate economic growth within the City and beyond.  This year’s Summit will be held on Wednesday, October 26, 2016 at the Highland Park Country Club, Highland Park. 

Back by popular demand, this year's keynote speaker is Howard Tullman. Howard Tullman is the CEO of 1871 – where digital startups get their start and the General Managing Partner of G2T3V, LLC and of Chicago High Tech Investment Partners. He is a member of Mayor Emanuel’s Chicago NEXT and Cultural Affairs Councils; the Innovate Illinois Advisory Council; the Illinois Arts Council; a member of President Preckwinkle’s New Media Council; an adjunct professor at Kellogg; and an advisor to many start-ups. He is the former Chairman and CEO of Tribeca Flashpoint Media Arts Academy. Over the last 45 years, he has successfully founded more than a dozen high-tech companies.

The Business Summit is just one of the many projects that the City of Highland Park has undertaken in an effort to expand business opportunities and growth. To allow us to continue this work in Business Development, we are asking that you demonstrate your community support by becoming a sponsor of the Business Summit.

Your sponsorship will provide your business with the opportunity to meet one on one with more than 200 expected attendees and reach more than 250,000 users accessing the City’s website and social media outlets.

2016 Sponsorship Information and Packages
2016 Sponsorship Application 

For more information contact Melissa Rosen at (847) 926-1046.

2015 Business Summit Sponsors



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