I’ve got a brand new white paper! It’s all about how sponsorship broke the ground that Disruptive Marketing is now claiming, and how we’re going to stay at the forefront by bringing more meaning to the equation than any other marketing media possibly can.
It’s full of big trends, bigger ideas, and keys to finding your own inspiration. As a bonus, you’ll have plenty of comeback, next time some wannabe marketer snarks on at you about how sponsorship is just about exposure or “the halo effect”.
This white paper attacks the subject from primarily the sponsor’s point of view, but rightsholders will find a lot of benefit in being able to identify and talk about Disruptive Sponsorship, and the enormous value in what they’ve got to offer potential sponsors.
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