Your participation as an exhibitor provides the edge your business or organization needs in New York's competitive municipal marketplace. Sponsorships in addition to exhibiting are a way to stay connected to New York's cities and villages after the conference or workshop has ended.
If you are a Platinum or Gold member of the NYCOM Network, please note that you will receive first refusal on all sponsorship opportunities. If you are not a member of the NYCOM Network, please click here to find out the many benefits available to you.
Winter Legislative Meeting
This meeting is an opportunity for the Mayors, Managers, Trustees and Council Members from across the state to convey a unified message to state decision-makers regarding legislative priorities. NYCOM takes this opportunity to share the collective concerns of its members with our state leaders, as well as hear from them regarding their proposals and plans to assist local governments. Average attendance: 200+
Annual Meeting and Training School
May 5-7, 2019 • The Otesaga Resort, Cooperstown
This meeting provides an opportunity for Mayors, Managers, Trustees, Council Members, Attorneys, Finance Officers and Clerks to network with peers from other communities and attend a variety of sessions covering both the essential information and skills that every local official needs, as well as some of the more timely and innovative topics. This meeting also features the election of NYCOM's officers for the upcoming year. Average attendance: 200+
Fall Training School for City and Village Officials
September 16-20, 2019 • Hilton Hotel, Saratoga Springs
NYCOM and the Office of the State Comptroller (OSC) collaborate each year to create an exciting program designed primarily for Clerks, Finance Officers, Managers, Administrators, Attorneys, Mayors, Trustees and Council Members. This meeting consists of more than 60 separate sessions on various aspects of municipal law, government operations, local finance and professional development. Average attendance: 350+
Public Works Training School
October 21-23, 2019 • Hotel Ithaca
This training school gathers Superintendents of Public Works and municipal engineers from around the state to discuss cutting-edge technology; new and emerging state and federal regulations; road and highway issues; best practices; labor and management issues; emergency management; budgeting; and professional development. Average attendance: 150+
Every year NYCOM hosts various workshops that cover the most current topics that effect municipalities such as Ethics, Code Enforcement, Elections and the Property Tax Cap.
The invaluable benefit of becoming a workshop sponsor is that you will be the sole-sponsor and provided the opportunity to clearly associate your brand with a topic of immediate relevance to local officials.
NYCOM will only accept workshop sponsors that we feel are appropriate for the topic being covered. Sponsorship fees will depend upon the length of the workshop. These opportunities are first-come, first-serve and are open to all vendors.