Development on Tap

LISC hosts a series called “Development on Tap.” Featuring a short presentation from topic experts and LISC designed to frame the discussion, the bulk of the program consists of mediated discussion, with opportunities for questions, answers, and comments. All events take place from 4 – 6pm at the Platform (202 East Market St). All events offer beer provided by Sun King Brewery and light refreshments. The invitation list is comprised of a core list that receives LISC publications, supplemented by the sponsor’s mailing list, depending on the topic. Attendance at past events has ranged from 80-120. Be sure to follow us on Facebook for information on upcoming Development on Tap events.

For more information on sponsoring, or if you have a great idea for a Development on Tap, contact Tedd Grain tgrain@lisc.org.

Sponsorship levels

Presenting Sponsor: $5000

  1. Listed by name and logo as a Title Sponsor on all Development on Tap communications.       Includes email blast, Facebook, and Twitter.
  2. Listed by name and logo on LISC website, as part of blog post on front page
  3. Opportunity to open the program
  4. Opportunity to introduce the speakers
  5. Opportunity to co-plan the agenda
  6. Public acknowledgement and thank you of sponsorship.
  7. Listed as a donor in our Annual Report, both print and electronic.  Print copies reach 300 decision makers in Indy. Electronic copies reach our database of around 4000 leaders in Indy.
  8. Opportunity to invest directly in neighborhood development in Indianapolis, through sponsorship of LISC.

Supporting Sponsor:   $2500

  1. Listed by name and logo as a Supporting Sponsor on all Development on Tap communications.       Includes email blast, Facebook, and Twitter.
  2. Listed by name and logo on LISC website, as part of blog post on front page
  3. Public acknowledgement and thank you of sponsorship.
  4. Listed as a donor in our Annual Report, both print and electronic.  Print copies reach 300 decision makers in Indy. Electronic copies reach our database of around 4000 leaders in Indy.
  5. Opportunity to invest directly in neighborhood development in Indianapolis, through sponsorship of LISC.