RBTC Supports Smaller Technology Firms by Eliminating Dues

The RBTC announced at our annual membership meeting in January that we are now offering free memberships to locally headquartered technology companies that have 1-9 employees. This is our way of giving back to the startup technology community that we aspire to connect, grow, and lead!

Jonathan Whitt, CEO of the RBTC stated: “The board unanimously agreed that our organization wants to introduce our smaller technology firms in the region to the many benefits of being a member of the RBTC. By eliminating dues, we are excited about the potential for introducing these firms to our larger technology community.”

The RBTC does not offer individual memberships, companies must have at least one employee to join. For smaller technology firms that are headquartered outside of the region, annual dues remain at only $250. If you are the only member of your company working in the Roanoke – Blacksburg region, please contact Heather Fay or at 540-443-9232 ext. 2 for more information about joining.

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