Event sponsorship can be the biggest purchase a marketer will make. If done well, events provide a unique platform for face-to-face interaction with prospects, which is unrivalled through other marketing programmes.
However, with a growing focus on ROI, they can also be a costly mistake if not executed correctly.
In this webinar, Phil Cooper from Closer Still Media will use his experience of organizing one of the largest cloud computing tradeshows in the world, to share success stories and practical tips that will leave you stand full to bursting.
-Picking the right event
-Lead generation and capture tactics
-Giveaways, competitions and gorilla marketing
-Avoiding empty booths
-Post event follow up and ROI
With big lead generation quotas and demanding sales teams, marketers need to know which online events will get them the right quality and quantity of leads, how to get the audience's attention and how to turn that engagement into a long-term relationship with their brand. Attend this webinar to learn proven best practices for driving sponsorship ROI in the digital world.
- Selecting the right online events to sponsor
- Asking organizers the right pre-event questions
- Standing out while fitting in to multi-sponsor events
- Creating content that attracts your target audience
- Obtaining the best possible lead lists
- Aligning follow-up messaging with your campaign
- Optimizing sales and/or marketing follow-up timing
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, EfficientGov.com Editor & Publisher, Barry Greenfield will walk you through the key steps necessary to initiate the addition of corporate sponsorship revenue to your budget.
Join us to learn how to maximize your visibility at VMSA Live Ft. Lauderdale Feb 8-11, 2016Read more >
This sponsorcast will focus on how to maximize your investment in VMSA Live as a SPONSOR.Read more >
Catalog sprawl, or the existence of many service catalogs in a single organization, was identified as a problem by 66 percent of respondent organizations in recent HDI research (a further 19 percent identified it as "somewhat of a problem"). However, even though many organizations consider it to be a problem, they haven’t begun to address it. Why? The primary reason is lack of sponsorship from IT leaders, even though many benefits—including increased end-user productivity—have been identified. In this webinar, Doug Tedder will examine the political and cultural challenges associated with catalog sprawl and answer the following questions:
- What is “service catalog sprawl”? Where is it typically found? What are the contributing factors?
- Is it worth fixing?
- Is it IT’s job to fix it?
The Identity Management market continues to be heavily influenced by several important trends – cloud, mobile, the rise of the user, and increased app velocity, among others. These trends have dramatically shaped the identity landscape, and changed the security strategy and tactics that many companies have adopted. How will these trends continue to impact the identity landscape, and what should organizations do to prepare for it? Join CA Technologies and (ISC)2 on February 4, 2015 at 1:00PM Eastern as we look at the next phase of identity management, and how these and other emerging trends will continue to shape the role of Security. We will also offer best practice guidelines for dealing with these continuing changes.
The online events on this channel may be sponsored. Sponsorship enables (ISC)2 to provide these learning opportunities to our members. By registering for the webcast, you agree that (ISC)2 will receive your contact information and can contact you about its products and services. Further, the Sponsor of the webinar you are have registered for may also receive your contact information and contact you regarding its products and services.
Today’s workplace is a complex environment that challenges ambitious women. The path to the top isn’t straightforward and it’s critical to understand the workplace dynamics in order to avoid potential barriers.
This session provides the necessary tools to understand and overcome the obstacles in today’s complex work environment in order to reach your career goals. Watch while Kathleen Burns Kingsbury interviews Bonnie Marcus, certified executive coach, speaker and author, and you'll discover:
• How to assess the power, the rules, and the culture of your organization in order to navigate successfully.
• How to identify and plug into the power grid in your organization.
• How to use self-promotion, strategic networking, and sponsorship to get ahead.
As part of the Network's HSJ award category sponsorship, Danetre Medical Practice were highly commended for the entry to Clinical Research Impact.
Jo Gilford, Practice managing partner, and Laura Hopwood, research nurse, discuss their story and how the practice turned research into core business.
The presentation covers:
* Their vision for research in the practice
* Actions and best practice in creating a research culture
* Outcomes - how the research portfolio has increased by 500% to date since undertaking these actions
In this webcast you will learn all about how to sponsor the next VMSA Live Conference in Las Vegas on May 5-8, 2015. We are leveling the playing field and letting the market decide what each opportunity is worth. You pick and configure the spots that make sense for your business. Think sponsorship is only for the larger firms? Think again! Join us to learn how to gain visibility and reach your target audience at a price point that makes sense for every size firm on any budget.Read more >
In the world of philanthropy, organizations face constant pressure to secure both funds and volunteers. With thousands of not-for-profits competing for finite resources, the need to discover what drives people to donate is increasingly important. World Vision, the leading child sponsorship organization dedicated to helping children and communities, has taken an innovative approach to better understanding its donors. More than 400,000 people sponsor children through World Vision, which raises hundreds of millions of dollars for development, relief and advocacy efforts. With the help of Vision Critical's cloud-based customer intelligence platform, World Vision built an online community of donors called "My World Vision Opinion." World Vision now interacts directly with thousands of donors to get the strategic feedback, insight and advanced analytics they need to make better decisions. Join us and learn how World Vision leverages Vision Critical's customer intelligence platform to engage its donors and uncover key insight into its brand and sponsorship experience.Read more >
• Discover the four hottest cybersecurity career paths and current trends.
• Learn the key steps successful veterans, IT and cybersecurity professionals take to advance their cyber careers.
Learn the steps you can take to fast-track your cybersecurity career in 2015 and earn up to $53K more -- as a cybersecurity technologist, project manager, enterprise leader or entrepreneur. Perhaps you want to earn CISSP, CEH, CAP or other DoD 8570 certification(s)? Receive security clearance sponsorship? Acquire more specialized cybersecurity project experience? Attain an accredited, practitioner-focused and taught cybersecurity graduate certificate or MBA/MS in cybersecurity? Attend this webinar and learn how to begin your plan to fast-track your cybersecurity career in 2015!
Whether you seek to enter or advance in cybersecurity, achieve leadership status, or start your own cybersecurity venture you will learn specific steps you can take to reach your goals.
Special Bonus: At the webinar, you can schedule your personal complimentary Cybersecurity Career Planning Teleconsult (by clicking on the Attachments Tab). Or fast-track your career immediately when you request your Teleconsult with an MCI cybersecurity career architect at email@example.com.
*Based on research reported by (ISC)2, Washington Post, Burning Glass and U.S. Bureau of the Census
Learn how NASCAR uses Vision Critical’s customer intelligence platform to engage their fans for ongoing feedback and insight in order to make better business decisions. With the guidance of its NASCAR Fan Council, an engaged online community of 12,000 fans, NASCAR continues to increase sponsorship dollars, TV ratings, and viewership.Read more >
Whether you’re creating your first user conference or taking part in a trade show, making an impact at physical event can be a struggle. With many considerations to make across content, sales follow-up, booth design and audience experience, where do you start? Join Quoc Dang of BrightTALK and Thomas Standley, Group Show & Digital Director, CloserStill Media as they discuss getting the most out of the event.
Topics covered and more:
How to integrate events into your marketing strategy
How to get executive buy in for event sponsorship
How to stand out at a physical event
How to take on your own user conference
What not to do at a physical event
How to measure the impact of your event on revenues
Aberdeen has had quite a busy 2013. In this highlights film, see some of Aberdeen's various global events and sponsorships that have made 2013 as exciting as ever.Read more >
Executing an internal collaborative and external innovation program within a global organization of approximately 50,000 people requires a deliberate strategy, a dedicated team and executive sponsorship. Join us for a live webinar – to hear from AstraZeneca’s Innovation Director, Scott Wilkins, PhD, as he shares their journey in developing an innovation capability which has introduced a new way of working across R&D and beyondRead more >
On December 10 2013, the five US bank regulators issued the long-awaited final rule construing the Volcker Rule. This rule generally prohibits banking entities – a broad term that includes banks, bank holding companies, foreign banks treated as bank holding companies, and their respective affiliates – from (i) engaging in proprietary trading, and (ii) acquiring or retaining ownership interests in, or acting as sponsors to, certain hedge funds and private equity funds.
The final rule incorporates significant changes to the proposed rule, published on November 7 2011, which were made in response to the large number of comments received on the original proposal.
This webcast is will summarise certain impacts of the final rule on banking institutions, including foreign banking organisations. We shall address aspects of the final rule, including:
• the exemption for proprietary trading
• limitations on permitted trading and fund activities
• fund investment and sponsorship
• impact on foreign banking organisations
• definition of a covered fund
• impact on securitisations
• compliance programmes
• conformance period
• Henry M Fields, Morrison & Foerster
• Oliver I Ireland, Morrison & Foerster
• Kenneth E Kohler, Morrison & Foerster
• Daniel A Nathan, Morrison & Foerster
• Gary Rosenblum, Bank of America Merrill Lynch
• Danielle Myles, IFLR (moderator)
New York and California CLE credit will be offered for this webinar
Persona Workshops. Executive Sponsorship. Collaboration. The solution to a successful VDI implementation is not adding more technology. The proof in this logic is evident at Metro Health, an OST client, which is a leading example of VDI implementation. In fact, according to an executive at Hewlett-Packard, much of what HP has learned about VDI has come from their experience working with Metro Health.
At the end of the day, leveraging technology successfully in today’s healthcare environments boils down to the following:
- Speed and Efficiency: Deliver the most flexible and adaptive experience for clinicians & staff by giving them access to their data in 10 seconds or less
- Access to Data & Mobility: Provide hospital staff access to their personal desktop where they need it, when they need it
- Security and Safety: Increase security by removing patient data from physical desktops and exceed industry safety standards