Group Co. have developed long term relationships with major sponsors and exhibitors in variety of industries. By analysing potential sponsor revenue & pricing, by preparing the right sponsorship brochure as long as work with a targeted sales plan, we increase revenue from sponsorship sales and bring just the right sponsors to your event.
The sales cycle for selling sponsors is often a lengthy process that consists of researching prospects, creating tailored proposals based on a company’s business objectives, finding the right contacts at a company,¬†getting buy-in from multiple constituencies and finally negotiating benefits/price.

Our sponsorship strategy management tasks:

  • Develop a sponsorship plan
  • Potential sponsor revenue analysis & pricing making
  • Design of the sponsorship program/leaflet/brochure. We establish different types of sponsorship which can be offered to potential sponsors.
    Some clients prefer exclusive agreements, others are open to multiple sponsorship arrangements
  • Acquire sponsors
  • Identify grant opportunities, administer the grant application and the disbursement process
  • Implement the sponsorship plan
  • Evaluate the sponsorship to the sponsees and to the sponsors.
  • Identifying grant opportunities, administer the grant application and the disbursement process
  • Exhibition Management-marketing and selling exhibition space, booths to build & tear down,exhibitor manual & services, shipping and storage, A/V & electrical installation etc.

 

Any income from exhibition sales equals as a sponsorship fee.

We took 20 years of front-line Sponsorship sales and crafted our sponsorship sales strategy with what we know. That makes a huge difference when the time comes to implement our sponsorship sales policy into your processes.

Fundraising is the process of gathering voluntary contributions of money or other resources, by requesting donations from individuals, businesses, charitable foundations, or governmental agencies. Although fundraising typically refers to efforts to gather money for non-profit organizations, it is sometimes used to refer to the identification and solicitation of investors or other sources of capital for for-profit enterprises.