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JupyterCon provides many unique opportunities for sponsors. On the one hand, the conference is certainly the best event in the world in which to engage the community that sustains and evolves Project Jupyter. Join us and become a participant in that dialogue. One the other hand, the conference provides access to a breadth of communities that leverage Project Jupyter:
- as standard tooling for research worldwide
- widespread use cases throughout education
- emerging use cases for interactive content in publishing
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