Membership

 

 

 

 

 

 




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Click here to register for membership online

 


Levels of membership (individual and corporate)

Individual Member ($150 US)

Invitations to Council events
Complimentary attendance at select VIP briefings
Subscription to NECBC “Connections” newsletter
Listing in Membership Directory
Access to our Membership Directory

Discounts to Council events
Access to member discounts and incentives

Student/Faculty Member ($75 US)

All of the above

Business Member ($750 US)

All of the above plus
Up to 5 members listed in Membership Directory
Opportunity to publicize important corporate announcements through the
Council’s email list
2 complimentary tickets to a distinguished speaker program 

Corporate Member ($1,400 US)

All of the above plus
Up to 10 members listed in Membership Directory
4 complimentary tickets to a distinguished speaker program
Corporate logo and link to company on the Council’s website
Invitation to high-level networking events hosted by the Council and strategic
government partners 

Corporate Partner ($2,500 US)

All of the above plus
Up to 20 members listed in Membership Directory
8 complimentary tickets to a distinguished speaker program
Annual corporate profile in
“Connections”
Corporate logo displayed in “Connections” and on Council’s homepage
Opportunity to be featured in Council events as “subject matter expert”
when appropriate 

Leadership Speaker Event Sponsor ($2,000 US)

8 complimentary tickets to sponsored event
Corporate logo on event signage
Recognition of sponsor on event marketing materials and invitations
Recognition of sponsor on Council website event calendar
Sponsor makes introduction of event guest speaker
One seat at guest speaker VIP table

 

Who belongs to the NECBC?

 The NECBC’s membership is composed of individuals from a wide range of sectors including:

  • High technology
  • Insurance
  • Consulting
  • Airlines and Transportation
  • Finance and venture capital
  • Energy and Natural Resources
  • Environmental
  • Manufacturing
  • Biomedical
  • Higher education
  • Law
  • Culture & the arts

 

As well, government and academic officials and individuals with links to Canada are key members.  Our members come from New England, Canada, and elsewhere in the U.S.

Membership in the NECBC is open to all with an interest in fostering the growth of our historic and strategic New England-Canada ties.

Learn more about membership benefits and the value of belonging to the NECBC:

Benefits of membership (individual and corporate)

Individual Member ($150 US)

Invitations to Council events
Complimentary attendance at select VIP briefings
Subscription to NECBC “Connections” newsletter
Listing in Membership Directory
Access to our Membership Directory

Discounts to Council events
Access to member discounts and incentives

Student/Faculty Member ($75 US)

All of the above

Business Member ($750 US)

All of the above plus
Up to 5 members listed in Membership Directory
Opportunity to publicize important corporate announcements through the
Council’s email list
2 complimentary tickets to a distinguished speaker program 

Corporate Member ($1,400 US)

All of the above plus
Up to 10 members listed in Membership Directory
4 complimentary tickets to a distinguished speaker program
Corporate logo and link to company on the Council’s website
Invitation to high-level networking events hosted by the Council and strategic
government partners 

Corporate Partner ($2,500 US)

All of the above plus
Up to 20 members listed in Membership Directory
8 complimentary tickets to a distinguished speaker program
Annual corporate profile in
“Connections”
Corporate logo displayed in “Connections” and on Council’s homepage
Opportunity to be featured in Council events as “subject matter expert”
when appropriate 

Leadership Speaker Event Sponsor ($2,000 US)

8 complimentary tickets to sponsored event
Corporate logo on event signage
Recognition of sponsor on event marketing materials and invitations
Recognition of sponsor on Council website event calendar
Sponsor makes introduction of event guest speaker
One seat at guest speaker VIP table

Learn what members are saying about the NECBC
Hear What People Say

The NECBC connects people and resources critical in developing and enhancing cross-border relationships. Its initiatives offer leaders – from across the business spectrum – opportunities to talk with each other and learn more about the ties that bind our two countries. That's why we support the NECBC.

Marylee Hanley, Director - Stakeholder Outreach Engagement, Enbridge

The NECBC is a special business community with long-standing ties to Canada. It’s truly a unique organization. And the benefits are reliably high in terms of the types of people you meet. The NECBC attracts high-level CEOs, government officials and policy-makers – all important connections for doing business.

Leo Desjardins, Managing Partner & CEO, Conservation Resource Solutions, Inc.

The NECBC offers a wide variety of programs and opportunities for U.S. businesses interested in doing business in Canada.  Through NECBC, members can connect with professionals with business and governmental experience to help find answers they may have about doing business in Canada or connecting with a partner in Canada.  We have always found NECBC programs to address a wide variety of topical issues with great depth."

Michael O'Hare, Director - Retail Foreign Exchange Team Lead, Senior Vice President & Managing Director, Foreign Exchange-US, TD Bank, N.A.

I like the New England-Canada Business Council because it brings together business and government around key challenges facing the New England-Canada region.  It's a unique organization, and fascinating for me as a researcher to be able to connect with individuals through such a forum.

Monica Gattinger, Associate Professor, School of Political Studies, University of Ottawa

 
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