Join STIC

Show your Support for Smalltalk . . . Join the Smalltalk Industry Council Today!

Make your selection below to join:

STIC offers two (2) types of memberships:

Individual Memberships – $40.00 US

The individual membership is good for one year.  Benefits Include:

  • Receive a 25% discount for the next Smalltalk Industry Conference.
  • Receive a discount to the ESUG Conference (price to be determined).
  • Have your name listed on the STIC Web site.
  • Post a link to your personal, non-commercial homepage on the individual membership list.
  • Be kept involved with STIC efforts to promote Smalltalk.
  • Interact with the others in the Smalltalk Community.
  • Receive reports of STIC activities.
  • Opportunities to become involved in STIC planning.

Corporate Memberships – $500.00 US

The corporate membership is good for one year.  Benefits Include:

  • Have your company listed on the STIC Web site with your logo and a link to your web site.
  • Corporate members receive a discount of $500.00 off a sponsorship at the next Smalltalk Industry Conference or up to ten $75.00 discounts for their employees at the next Smalltalk Industry Conference.
  • Be kept involved with STIC efforts to promote Smalltalk.
  • Interact with the others in the Smalltalk Community.
  • Receive reports of STIC activities.
  • Opportunities to become involved in STIC planning.
  • To see the list of Corporate Members, click here.

Non-Membership Donations

  • Donate to STIC in $50.00 US increments – Intended for companies and individuals who wish to make a donation to STIC.
  • Donate $250.00 US or more to STIC – Have your company listed on this website with a text link to your company as a contributor to STIC.

You can pay one of two ways:

  1. Pay using the 123Signup Secure Server.
  2. Pay by check by downloading and filling out the membership form and sending that with your payment to:

Smalltalk Industry Council
c/o Suzanne Fortman
Cincom Systems
55 Merchant Street
Cincinnati, OH
45246

  • Please make your check payable to “Smalltalk Industry Council”.