Learn to Rethink Your Sponsorships During Our Next 'Ask Me Anything' Session

When it comes to the age-old topic of sponsorships, you can never have enough new ideas. With event budgets constantly challenging you to do more with less, it’s important to explore untapped resources for new cash flow. A recent study shows that 63 percent of event organizers rely on sponsorships as a significant source of revenue.

Are you one of those organizations? If so, you need to be creating high-value sponsorship packages your sponsors won’t can’t afford to miss.

To learn how, please join us on our next Ask Me Anything chat, “Rethinking Assets to Increase Event + Sponsorship Revenue,” set for Thursday, April 18 at 2 p.m. EST.

During this invigorating, hour-long session, our host, Shawna Suckow, a 20-year trade show planning veteran and sponsorship expert, will share a process that will enable you to see your conference or trade show with new eyes.

Consider it time well spent: You’ll discover assets you never thought of leveraging before in new ways, and as a bonus, you’ll learn a fresh way to approach the revenue-generating process that you can put in place immediately.

RSVP for this free chat HERE today via Facebook or simply join HERE the day of the event.

About Ask Me Anything:

A partnership between TSNN and DAHLIA+ Agency, Ask Me Anything is part of our Tech + Digital Video Series, designed to help trade show organizers and event planners to better understand the complexities of event technology.

The series is sponsored exclusively by Map Your Show, which provides exhibition and conference management software for events of all sizes, including 10 of the top 15 2017 TSNN Top Trade Shows.

Recent video topics include Creating Attendee Personas; Website Strategies; Understanding Instagram; Harnessing Influencers; What Suppliers Wish Event Planners Knew and Actionable Tips for Exhibitors. View these videos HERE.

 

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