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Twice a year AEDC holds signature luncheons. With more than 1,500 of Alaska’s business leaders in attendance, they are the largest business events in Anchorage. 

AEDC's annual 3-Year Outlook Luncheon

Luncheon Fast Facts


  • 15 articles published surrounding the 2016 3-Year Outlook Luncheon and numerous media appearances.
  • Over 30,000 impressions from AEDC’s own internal marketing efforts
  • We craft an earned media strategy guaranteed to engage print, television and radio media outlets around the release of our luncheon reports and data.

Key Demographics

  • C-suite executives and senior staff
  • Business owners and independent contractors
  • Young professionals

All Luncheon sponsors receive:

  • Recognition in printed program at the appropriate level
  • Recognition during luncheon presentation
  • Recognition on AEDC social media
  • Opportunity to include material in gift bag
AEDC's annual 3-Year Outlook Luncheon

Basic Sponsorship Levels

Primary Sponsor

  • Logo with link to company site on AEDC website and e-news
  • Logo display at the luncheon
  • Complimentary table of 10 at luncheon

Contributing Sponsor

  • Recognition with link to company site on AEDC website and e-news
  • Display of name at luncheon
  • Five complimentary seats at the luncheon

Supporting Sponsor

  • Recognition on AEDC website and e-news
  • Display of name at luncheon
  • Two complimentary seats at the luncheon

About the Keynote Speaker, Abhi Nemani

Abhi Nemani is a writer, speaker, organizer and technologist. He is currently building EthosLabs, a govtech startup that connects the public sector with entrepreneurs.

As Sacramento’s interim Chief Innovation Officer, Nemani developed and launched the city’s landmark $10 million Innovation and Growth Fund to promote entrepreneurship and innovation. While first Chief Data Officer for the City of Los Angeles, he developed a nationally recognized analytics partnership with local universities. Between 2010 and 2014 Abhi helped build, launch and run Code for America, an organization working to advance the priorities of creating healthy, prosperous and safe communities.

Nemani’s work has been featured in the New York Times, Government Executive and Forbes. He has been featured as a speaker at SxSW, World Bank and various universities and conferences around the world.

Contact Us

Darleen Fernandez, Development Director

Interested in becoming a sponsor? Darleen is happy to help you!

Phone: (907) 334-1208