This is a great way to create new relationships and receive privileged rates and access to CGLR’s events and working groups. Categories of membership include the following:
SMEs (1-499 employees) – $5,000 per year
Government Departments – $5,000 per year
Academic Institutions – $2,500 per year
Nonprofit Organizations – $350 per year
Individuals – $150 per year
Large Corporations (500+ employees) – $10,000 per year
Become a ‘Catalyst’ partner:
Investing in a partnership ($25,000 per year for a minimum of three years) guarantees your organization/company receives the recognition of a member and a sponsor, as well as maximum visibility across all of CGLR’s marketing channels. CGLR will also help you lead a regional dialogue in a sector or on an issue that is important to you.
Become a ‘Sustaining’ partner:
CGLR values and leverages every dollar our members and partners contribute, and we are committed to a high degree of accountability, transparency, and performance as a result. To be effective and succeed in the long-term however, CGLR needs predictable, base funding. Help take us to the next level. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to design a tailor made sustaining partnership.
Become a ‘Core’ event sponsor:
Sponsoring events like the Great Lakes Economic Forum position you as a thought leader in the most important economic region to the U.S. and Canada, and provide a highly visible platform to promote your brand and message to an elite audience.
Sponsorships are available at all levels of visibility: Platinum ($20,000), Gold ($15,000), Silver ($10,000), Bronze ($5,000) and supporter ($2,500). Please contact Mark Fisher, President and CEO of CGLR, at email@example.com for specific details.
To apply for CGLR Membership
Fill out this form to apply to become a CGLR member.
CGLR is a member-based organization that works to enhance regional collaboration and cross-border integration by bringing together stakeholders from the private, public, and not-for-profit sectors to advance effective, coordinated, and broadly shared responses to the region’s common challenges.