Sponsorship / Advertising Opportunities
The Indiana Chamber offers sponsorship and advertising opportunities to showcase your company’s products and services to a targeted, statewide audience of business and government leaders.
To learn more about these opportunities, contact: Jim Wagner, conference and special event sponsorships, at (317) 264-6876; Tim Brewer, Best Places to Work sponsorships and BizVoice®, newsletter and web site advertising at (317) 496-0704; and Jennifer Pferrer, Wellness Summit sponsorships at (317) 264-2168.
Digital Portfolio ($3,000 –$10,000)
Among the opportunities: IN Chamber: The Podcast; new Chamber Insider weekly e-newsletter; BizVoice® magazine digital; Legislative Report/Interim Update e-newsletter on public policy and regulatory activities; weekly Tech Talk e-newsletter for innovation/tech audience; and Chamber web site banners. Full details.
Annual Awards Dinner ($5,000 – $25,000)
The Annual Awards Dinner is the premier business event in the state. More than 1,400 of the state’s business, legislative and community leaders attend each year. All sponsorships are industry exclusive and provide an ideal vehicle to raise your company’s visibility to Indiana’s most powerful and influential leaders. Three components comprise the evening: a pre-dinner reception showcasing sponsor products and services; an awards ceremony honoring the Ogletree Deakins Business Leader, Birch Bayh and Richard Lugar Government Leader, Dynamic Leader and Republic Airways and Lift Academy Community of the Year, along with keynote entertainment; and a post-event reception for sponsors with the keynote speaker. The 30th Annual Awards Dinner – featuring Fox News’ Democrat political strategist Donna Brazile and Republican commentator/host Dana Perino – took place on November 7, 2019.
Best Places to Work in Indiana Program and Awards Dinner ($3,500 – $20,000)
One hundred twenty-five companies were honored in the Best Places to Work program in 2019. All participating companies receive an in-depth analysis of their workplace culture, as determined by employee surveys. The top companies in the independent analysis are rated as the Best Places to Work in Indiana. Registration takes place from July-November, with the awards event following in May. The 2019 event attracted 1,400 people, the largest event of its kind in the country.
BizVoice® Magazine Advertisements ($1,020 – $4,000)
BizVoice® is the Indiana Chamber’s award-winning, bimonthly business magazine. It is the leading statewide general business magazine in Indiana. Of the more than 15,000 people who receive the publication, most are company presidents and CEOs. Advertising discounts are available to members and to companies that advertise in multiple issues. Complete information at www.bizvoicemagazine.com.
Conferences, Seminars and Workshops ($595 – $25,000)
The Indiana Chamber conducts more than 50 conferences and seminars, attracting statewide participation. The goals: assist attendees in improving effectiveness and help companies achieve greater levels of success. Many of the conferences offer sponsors a unique opportunity to gain exposure for their company. Topics include environmental issues, health care, human resources, tax, workplace safety and much more.
D.C. Fly-in ($3,000 – $15,000)
Businesses deliver their concerns to the nation’s capital at the Indiana Chamber’s annual D.C. Fly-in. This two-day event features interaction with Indiana’s congressional leaders and their staffs, a legislative briefing, a breakfast keynote and visits to Indiana’s congressional offices for further discussion of top federal issues.
Chamber Day Legislative Dinner ($5,000 – $25,000)
Celebrating the halfway point of the General Assembly’s legislative session has become a tradition with our annual Chamber Day Legislative Dinner. The event brings together business leaders, legislators and state government officials for a relaxing, yet dynamic evening.
Legislative Directory Book and App ($7,500 – $10,000)
Published annually, the Legislative Directory helps engage businesses in the legislative process. It contains contact information, biographies and photos for each legislator, as well as committee assignments, district maps and seating charts. This guide serves as a valuable tool, both for those familiar with the Statehouse process and people wanting to learn more. The accompanying app provides similar information in an easy-to-use electronic format with additional updates as the session progresses.
Regulatory Compliance Publications (Various Levels)
The Indiana Chamber publishes over 25 handbooks and guides, most of which are designed to help Indiana businesses stay in compliance with the law. Written by Indiana-based attorneys and issue experts, these books prove to be essential for both members and non-members. Topic areas include employment law, environmental law, leave issues, mandatory postings, a supervisor’s handbook, wage and hour requirements, and more. Publications are updated with new editions as warranted.
Board of Directors Meetings ($1,000 – $10,000)
The Indiana Chamber Board of Directors, a statewide collection of business leaders, comes together each spring and fall. The board hears from state and national experts and discusses key issues that impact the state’s future. A variety of sponsorship opportunities allow you to reach a who’s who of Indiana business.