Is it Time for an Event Sponsorships Makeover?
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July 27, 2017
Florida Society of Association Executives
Does your organization offer the same sponsorship opportunities year after year? Is your sponsorship revenue stagnant or declining? If you answered “yes” to either of these questions, your exhibit and event sponsorship offerings may need a facelift.
Reinventing your sponsorship program should not be a chore, rather a challenge worth embracing. By following the five steps shared in this presentation, your association can be on its way to making sure your partners and vendors are fighting for a chance to sponsor your next event.
- Discover how to evaluate sponsorship programs and recognize strengths and opportunities for updates, customization and growth.
- Learn five actionable tips to strategically approach their sponsorship revitalization, along with advice on how to implement this advice.
- Uncover how to leverage the value of members and attendees when customizing sponsorship programs.
- Understand the importance of thinking about the big picture when acquiring, retaining, and engaging event sponsors.
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