Lunch and Learn Series

The Lunch & Learn program provides attendees a chance to learn more about a diverse range of topics, from general business to those more technical in nature, while enjoying lunch hosted by a fellow member. As the hosting member, you have an opportunity to share valuable expert content in a briefing/workshop format. 


Interested in hosting a Lunch & Learn?

Review the information below and complete the Host Registration Form. The NCTA team will follow up once received to confirm the logistics and details of your Lunch & Learn.

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Cost: $300 marketing fee to host. Must be an NCTA member to host or attend.

Content & Promotion: Host company/presenters will be sharing their expertise by providing an engaging and content rich presentation to fellow members over lunch (no explicit sales pitches, NCTA can assist to identify topic of interest if needed). NCTA will promote the event to members; include on the NCTA calendar, list in weekly communications, monthly newsletter and share via social media. A post-event company spotlight/recap will also be featured on the NCTA blog.

General Attendance and Audience: Average attendance is 10-25 guests and dependent on venue space, target attendee and topic. NCTA will manage RSVPs.

Dates: Lunch & Learns are available to be hosted once a month in each market (East, Charlotte, Triad, Triangle, West) and secured on a first come first serve basis. The exact event date within a month will be determined between presenting company and NCTA.

Time: 11:30am – 1:00pm. The first 30 minutes allow for guest arrival, networking and food to be served before the presentation begins. Introductions and presentation generally start at 12:00pm and run for one hour, wrapping by 1:00pm.

Location/Food & Beverage: The host company is responsible for selecting and securing the venue (ie. private room at a restaurant, your office space, NCTA's conference room, etc. / click here for a list of suggestions) as well as providing the lunch (NCTA will provide recommendations as needed).