Adding Corporate Sponsorship Dollars to your Bottom Line

Barry Greenfield
In today's tight budget environment, cities and towns need every dollar. Corporate Sponsorship represents a unique opportunity to reach out to public and private corporations locally and nationally for sponsorship of town events and services, such as parks & recreation, facilities, education, and much more.

In this 30 minute webcast, Editor & Publisher, Barry Greenfield will walk you through the key steps necessary to initiate the addition of corporate sponsorship revenue to your budget.
Jun 7 2011
35 mins
Adding Corporate Sponsorship Dollars to your Bottom Line
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  • As we continue to explore the ERP implementation process, we’re going to dive deeper into one technology solution you might consider for a successful ERP implementation. Join us as we discuss Oracle eBusiness Suite Release 12. You’ll want to join us if you’re:
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    Oracle eBusiness Suite Release 12 makes it easier and less expensive for customers to implement, manage and scale global applications - ultimately improving the overall ownership experience.
  • This briefing will consider recent developments affecting structured notes and retail investment products in Europe.

    The participants will focus on the progress of the proposed PRIPS regulation in the EU and related regulatory developments including MiFID II and the on-going debate between legislators, regulators and market participants to the suitability of certain complex products for retail investors.


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  • Since December last year, the U.S. Federal Reserve has started the process of the much-talked about tapering, thanks to some positive data coming out from the U.S. How much headwinds will Asia experience due to the monetary policy normalization in the U.S. and will China see a more pronounced slowdown as data have been indicating? How much should we read on the tapering and China's slowdown, and what does it mean for investors in 2014?

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  • By law, all pharmaceutical, medical device, biotech and drug wholesale companies, regardless of size, are facing the first annual reporting deadline under the “Open Payments” (aka Sunshine Act) program. With complex Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) reporting requirements, many companies are finding they are challenged by manual reporting and data validation. Finance and Compliance teams have the overwhelming task to compile their data accurately, completely, and timely, or face significant fines or penalties. If your company is confronted with the time consuming task of preparing for the Open Payments reporting, be assured there’s an easier solution to help you gain transparency, streamline reporting, meet the requirements and maintain compliance.

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    In today's tight budget environment, cities and towns need every dollar. Corporate Sponsorship represents a unique opportunity to reach out to public and private corporations locally and nationally for sponsorship of town events and services, such as parks & recreation, facilities, education, and much more.

    In this 30 minute webcast, Editor & Publisher, Barry Greenfield will walk you through the key steps necessary to initiate the addition of corporate sponsorship revenue to your budget.
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