NON-MEMBER PRICING
Quarterly Forums
Non-MEMBERS ONLY

 

General Admission Ticket ONLY:
$50 non-member

 


 


Event Sponsor ................. $2,500
Table of 10 ....................  $   350
Exhibit Table .................  $   100
Video Sponsor ................ $2,000
Registration ..................... $1,200
Printing ........................... $1,000

Event Ticket ....... $50


Two-Event Sponsoring
Non-Member

$4,500
(No Trade)
$500 Savings!

Deadline:
August 10, 2010
RSVP: 713.979.5288


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Non-Member Sponsoring


 


 

UPCOMING EVENTS

NSTA is hosting a set of “large” events as it rounds out this year — and these are events you will not want to miss. From its very inception, NSTA—the Technology Association in Houston … has been committed to hosting and producing world-class technology-oriented events in this city that are designed to bring out the best Houston has to offer in the way of innovation and advanced technology. As we move toward the close of this year, we are increasing in momentum and commitment to that vision.

Below is a glimpse into the three remaining events for 2010, flanked by Sponsorship, Exhibit and General Attendance pricing information. Discounts are given to NSTA Members and Multi-Event Sponsors. Non-Members pay via PayPal, while Members use  an offline credit card form by way of the Secure Fax Form  included.

 


Quarterly Forum: August 18, 2009
"The Future of Media in an Interconnected Digitized World"


CANCELED!

 

 


THIRD ANNUAL GREATER HOUSTON
TECHNOLOGY REPORT & EXPO

Norris Conference Center 803 Town & Country Houston TX 77024

Wednesday, October 13 Lunch: 11:30AM-1:00PM
EXPO : 10AM-2PM

At this annual city-wide event, come see and hear what makes Houston a global leader in advanced technology. Click HERE for more details.

 

Norris Conference Center • 803 Town & Country Ln. • Houston TX 77024
$75 non-members
• $50 members
RSVP • 713.979.5288

 


Quarterly Forum: November 10, 2010
"Diginomics: The Future of Banking"


D I G I N O M I C S

“A new megabyte money is creating a new and different world wherever it proceeds. Tangible money, old-fashioned money, has changed. Money is now an image.”
~ Joel Kurtzman, “The Death of Money”
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The world of banking and money is changing around the world. Come hear how! Click HERE for more.

Sheraton Suites Houston 2400 W. Loop So. • Houston TX 77024
11:30AM - 1:30PM $50 non-members $30 members

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MEMBER PRICING
Quarterly Forums
~ MEMBERS ONLY ~

 

 Sponsorships

Event Sponsor*............... $1,500
Video Prod. ..................... $1,200
Registration Table ........... $1,000
Printing ............................ $   800

Table of 10 ...................... $  250
Exhibit Table .................... $    75

Event Ticket   $30


* Member Discount on Two-Event Sponsorship:
$2,200
(NO TRADE)
$800 Savings

Members Only Login!
No PayPal!
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Deadline!
August 1, 2010

RSVP:
713.979.5288


 

Annual Technology Report & EXPO
~ Members Only ~
Title Sponsor ............... $ 15,000
Event (2-Gold) .............. $   3,500
Expo (2-Silver) .............. $  2,000
Print Program ............... $   2,000
Registration .................. $   1,500
500 Goody Bags ........... $  1,000
Table of 8 ..................... $     400
Exhibit Table ................ $       75
Event Ticket   $50

Members Only!
No PayPal!
Click HERE for Members Discount Information.

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 Deadline!
September 10, 2010

RSVP: 713.979.5288


 

THANK YOU NSTA SPONSORS!
Corporate Partners

         

 


Associate Partners
NSTA is an organization of organizations, an association of associations in the broad industry of Advancing Technology.
Our "Associate Partners" are non-profit, tax-exempt organizations that either represent the industry of advancing technology in some capacity, or have partnered with NSTA in full support of our Vision & Mission and wish to show public support of the same. Partnership with NSTA does not necessarily reflect our support of their philosophies in all matters, but we do recognize their role in the community in which they serve and their commitment to education and information relative to technology's positive impact on our lives and our culture worldwide.