Choose companies with values more aligned to yours.
Give something back to them.
Have a strong, clear, engaging proposal.
Don't wait until right before your event to ask for a sponsorship.
If you know how much money you need, ask for it outright.
How do I find a sponsor?
IDENTIFY YOUR ASSETS TO A SPONSOR. Sponsors leverage their sponsorship as a marketing strategy.
TIMING IS IMPORTANT. Most companies only do event sponsoring at certain times of the year.
BE DATA-HEAVY IN YOUR PROPOSAL.
PROPOSE DIFFERENT PACKAGE LEVELS.
MAKE IT ABOUT THE SPONSOR.
How do you write a formal email for sponsorship?
An Introduction to Yourself and Your Opportunity.
The Reason You Got in Touch.
Information about Your Audience.
Your Activation and Sponsorship Opportunities.
A Mention of When You Will Follow Up.
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What does a sponsor get in return?
Sponsors offer funding or products and services to support events, trade shows, teams, nonprofits, or organizations. In exchange, you get business exposure and a chance to connect with new customers. via
The do's and don't of writing a visa sponsorship letter
DO state whether you are a US citizen or legal resident. DO state your relationship to the applicant. DO write the reason for the applicant's visit, including the duration of their stay. DO have someone proofread your letter to make sure there are no errors. via
How do you begin a letter?
Most formal letters will start with 'Dear' before the name of the person that you are writing to:
'Dear Ms Brown,' or 'Dear Brian Smith,'
You can choose to use first name and surname, or title and surname.
Research out to prospects. Picking up the phone and talking about your event being great is beyond foolhardy --even if your sales pitch includes rhetoric about how a sponsorship will benefit the company.