The Sponsorship Report
The Sponsorship Report, host of Sponsorship Week, pioneered professional development in sponsorship in Canada. In 1997, we launched Selling Sponsorships: Strategies for Success®, a one-day conference on sponsorship sales led by the country’s top sales professionals. We were the first regular conference of its kind in Canada, and over the next decade it would be staged several times per year in various cities across the country.
In 2004, responding to a need for professional development that took a more strategic look at sponsorship, The Sponsorship Report launched Strategic Sponsorship Marketing: The Canadian Summit®, initially as a one-day conference, then as a two-day national conference that has featured sessions led by some of the world’s most sought-after professionals: Kim Skildum-Reid, Bernie Mullin, John Lopes, Kyle McMann and countless others.
About Sponsorship Week
Sponsorship Week is where Canada’s sponsorship marketers turn to keep pace with current and emerging trends in sponsorship marketing. It is relied upon by charitable causes, organizations in sports, arts, entertainment and culture, venues, municipalities and other public sector organizations, as well as corporate sponsors and agencies.
Sponsorship Week is a series of intimate, high-calibre workshops held over consecutive days every October in downtown Toronto, the heart of Canada’s business capital. It is hosted by The Sponsorship Report, which for more than 35 years has served Canada’s only independent source of news and insight into the sponsorship industry.
In 2020, Sponsorship Week returns October 26 to 29, this time in digital format. We hope to see you there.
You may register for any one Sponsorship Week event, or save by combining two or more into an even more powerful learning experience.
What people are saying:
“Thought it was great. A variety of presentation topics and new information.”
“I felt it was well organized and had a good variety of speakers. I was impressed.”
“Great choices of speakers and topics so there was no repetition or overlap in terms of education.”
“Great scheduling, left time for interaction amongst participants.”