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Sponsorship white papers
Our blockbuster white paper on best practice sponsorship, downloaded hundreds of thousands of times! Download it for yourself. Download it for your partners. Download it for your boss, board, or colleague. This article is guaranteed to get anyone thinking more strategically about sponsorship!
Practical things you can do to shift your organisation’s approach into best-practice.
All sponsorship conferences are NOT created equal. This great guide will help you sort the good from the bad (and make organisers of the bad ones really miserable, if you want to).
A wake-up call for all government sponsorship seekers.
Short and sharp, this is a must read for sponsorship seekers, particularly if you’re new to the game.
Aimed at corporate chief marketing officers, this white paper offers advice about the high-level decisions and directives that will impact on sponsorship results.
Sponsorship cheat sheet
This is a list of some of the most common, but confusing, terms that sponsors use when describing their objectives and target markets. If you want to ensure you know what sponsors are talking about, be sure you know all of them!
Note: Some people are having a bit of difficulty downloading these two Word documents. If you are running an older version of Office and it is saving as a garbled html file, you may have to choose “All files” as the document type and add “.docx” to the end of the file name. That should fix it!
A fantastic creativity and customisation tool for sponsorship seekers.
A quick and easy way for sponsors to tell potential sponsorship seekers exactly what they need.