Rewarding a Company for Agreeing to Sponsor Your Conference

As we have mentioned in earlier posts, one way of catering for the costs that come with organizing a conference is by getting into some sort of sponsorship agreement with a company. That way, you end up with the company in question sponsoring your conference. But then, chances are that the company will demand to be rewarded for doing so. In other words, the company will demand some sort of reward, for agreeing to sponsor your conference.

One way in which you can reward a company for agreeing to sponsor your conference would be by giving it the chance to advertise on the sidelines of the conference. Let’s say, for instance, that the company in question is the one that offers LogMeIn123 IT support at www.logmein123.com. You can have it put up banners advertising that services, at the venue of the conference it sponsors.

Another way in which you can reward a company for agreeing to sponsor your conference would be by simply acknowledging it as a sponsor.

Yet another way in which you can reward a company for agreeing to sponsor your conference would be by allowing it (through its agents) to make a presentation (selling itself, or its products) during the conference.

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