Technology Advisory Members

Technology Advisory Members are primarily national organizations and institutions with a significant impact on the IT talent pipeline, but who have a limited local presence, and that support IT functions. These organizations include suppliers, service providers, and technical recruiters. Technology Advisory members can only comprise 50 percent of the overall membership. The annual membership fee is $5,000. All Technology Advisory members must be approved by the executive committee.

Benefits of Technology Advisory Membership:

  • Access to local leaders
  • Present new technologies to area companies
  • Influence decision makers
  • Meet with the NEW IT Alliance Executive Committee in a special session once a year
  • Speaking opportunities at semi-annual meetings
  • Logo displayed at the annual NEW Connect IT job and career fair
  • Your company‚Äôs website will be linked on the NEW IT Alliance website
  • Work in partnership with local IT leaders to improve the IT talent gap in the New North

Technology Advisory Members

Microsoft has a civic program TechSpark that is aimed at fostering great economic opportunity and job creation. Our goal is to learn about local challenges and to implement and learn from digital initiatives to help accelerate growth. Microsoft is working in Northeast Wisconsin communities and with local partners on five programs that will help accelerate economic growth through regional internet connectivity, digital skills development, career development, nonprofit support, and digital business transformation. The initiative will evolve over time based on our learnings.