Membership Application

  • General

    $250
    • Visibility on HCPED website
    • Admission for one to Annual Dinner
    • Annual Report Business Listing
    • Industrial Executives Forum
    • Networking Opportunities
    • HCPED Communications Subscription
    • Membership Static Sticker
    • Voting privileges for HCPED Board
  • Executive

    $500
    • General Membership plus:
    • Additional ticket to Annual Dinner (2 total)
    • Link on HCPED website
  • Presidential

    $1,000
    • Executive Membership plus:
    • Additional two tickets to Annual Dinner (4 total)
    • Scrolling logo on HCPED front web page
    • Investors Update Luncheons (2 tickets)
  • Patron

    $2,500*
    • Presidential Membership plus:
    • Inclusive Sponsorship, signage and recognition at all HCPED events
    • Signage at HCPED office
    • Additional two tickets to Investors Update Luncheons (4 total)
    • Additional four tickets to Annual Dinner (8 total)
    • *Patron Membership is aligned with the HCPED fiscal year (July 1-June 30)

 

What You’re Investing In:
A Strong Local Economy

Existing Industry

The Partnership works closely with existing industry in the county to facilitate retention and expansion of quality jobs. This program focuses on removing obstacles that could prevent businesses from growing or remaining in operation, as well as connecting industry with resources that can encourage their growth and success.

Marketing

HCPED actively promotes the assets of the area, often with like-minded organizations, to targeted sectors that value the strengths of our community. Approximately one-third of the annual budget goes towards activities focused on identifying and communicating with companies that might consider Henderson County as a prospective business location.

Product Development

The Partnership works to identify, preserve, prepare and advance sites and buildings for existing and prospective clients. These efforts include site certification, monitoring land use designations and permitted uses, supporting infrastructure extensions and improvements and connecting clients with solutions to site and building needs.

Advocacy

HCPED cannot be successful unless clients find the area to be a competitive place to do business and a rewarding place to call home. A close working relationship with local units of government and elected state leadership, ensures an influence on public policy issues that can threaten or benefit the economic development climate of Henderson County and the companies that call us home.


Membership is renewed annually through payment of dues on an anniversary date specific to each member. HCPED is a 501(c)(6) non-profit corporation. Your investment, contribution, or gift maybe deductible as a reasonable and necessary business expense, but is not deductible as a charitable contribution. Acceptance into the Corporation is discretionary by the Board of Directors.