To sponsors, the education sector can deliver all the benefits of municipal spaces and the charitable sector. It has privileged access to some of the most valuable and elusive audience segments in the country. With that much going for it, you would expect sponsorship to be a highly valuable revenue stream for the education sector.
Most professionals working in advancement have remained in their comfort zone. They still focus on corporate philanthropy or affinity programming to drive corporate revenue.
Sponsorship revenue, and there is plenty of it for educational institutions willing to shift their thinking, is being left on the table. In this day-long workshop, we will equip you with the skills and strategies you need to access it.
This session will answer the following questions:
During this full day session we will cover:
This session is for those selling sponsorship, or considering doing so, within the education sector. Whether you work in advancement, events or alumni relations, if you work for a college, university or in the k-12 space, this session was designed with you in mind.
You will walk away ready to:
lessons learned today will apply to you.
Chris Baylis is the President and CEO of The Sponsorship Collective, an expert in sponsorship valuations and has worked with education properties across Canada and the United States. Prior to launching The Sponsorship Collective, Chris spent years selling sponsorship for education programming and worked as Director of Advancement for an education property. Chris knows the education sector and its particular set of challenges very well.
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