Sponsor Benefits

Why Become a NumFOCUS Sponsor?

Put your organization’s name at the forefront of open source scientific software research and development. Your company depends on NumFOCUS tools; your support ensures their long-term sustainability.

NumFOCUS Sponsorship Levels

Sponsorships are renewable on an annual basis.

Benefits ​Platinum Gold Silver Bronze Emerging Leader  
  $100,000 $50,000 $25,000 $10,000 Up to $10,000  
Subscription to NumFOCUS project release updates and news X X X X X  
Use of the NumFOCUS Sponsor Badge on your website X X X X X  
Logo placement on numfocus.org X X X X X  
Company/Organization profile on numfocus.org X X X X    
Logo used on all promotional material and media channels X X X X    
In-person presentation (Platinum and Gold) or video presentation (Silver) to the team of your choice by a NumFOCUS Project Core Developer X X X      
Seat on the NumFOCUS Advisory Council X X        
Naming of a sponsored educational workshop series X          
Invitation to attend a project developer summit partner day X          
Sponsor benefits at PyData events Platinum at one event Gold at one event Gold at one event Two free PyData passes No PyData benefit  

 

Your generous corporate sponsorship will help accelerate the development of more user-friendly, efficient, and extensible open source scientific software.

Email for more information on becoming a NumFOCUS Sponsor.

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Bloomberg logo
Microsoft
Facebook wordmark
rstudio
AWS logo
Two Sigma logo
NVIDIA logo
QuantumBlack log
IMC logo black & white
Netflix
Colruyt Group logo
Moderna logo
Optiver logo with orange triangle
Chicago Trading Company
Geotab logo
QuanSight
CarGurus logo
Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation