Vendor Information

-Vendors Waitlist Registration Here-

Hello Potential NCET Vendors,

      Thank you for your interest in a vendor booth at the 2017 NCET Conference.  If you are currently not on our vendor email list, please submit a contact form via the Contact Us link to the left. The NCET is a member run organization primarily of technicians who work in North Carolina Public and Charter K-12 schools.  Each year we host a conference that is a gathering to share our knowledge and learn about new and exciting technologies.

Vendor Information

  • Vendor Registration is full at this time and we are accepting waitlist registrations.

  • Vendor cost for a booth has remained $500.

  • Booths will be approximately a 6x6 square with a 6 foot table provided.

  • 35 Vendor spots available.    

  • Booth Selection will be based on order of payment received.  We will accept Credit Card via Paypal or company check.

  • We will provide a list of Organizations attending the conference without their contact info by March 31, 2017

  • Booths should be setup prior to 7:30 AM on Wednesday March 22nd to cut down on congestion in the hallways and rooms.

  • A Mandatory vendor meeting will be 7:15 AM Wednesday March 22nd  in the Crystal Ballroom next to the vendor area.


We follow the NC Public sector guidelines for gifts.  Any gifts larger than a trinket will have to be donated to the NCET organization.  

We will then give those out to the membership at the end of the conference via a drawing.

Conference Information

  • March 22-24, 2017

  • The Village Inn

  • 6205 Ramada Drive, Clemmons, NC 27012

We provide dinner Wednesday and Thursday night.  Cost of dinner per person per night is $35.  

Class Information

  • Please provide information on classes that you would like to present.  Class teaching slots are not guaranteed, but we will try and accommodate your classes if we can.

  • Classes are chosen by the board to diversify and fulfill member topic recommendations.

  • Vendor Class Form

  • This is a technical conference.  Classes should be instructional in nature.  If you want to showcase your product, do so by showing the product in use, rather in information in slides.When people leave your class they should walk out the door with a feeling that they learned something concrete.

Thank you for your interest, and we hope to see you March 22-24 at the 2017 NCET Conference.

If you have any questions feel free to email me ( or at anytime.