Recorded Webinar: 7 Tips for Getting and Keeping Event Sponsors

Getting and Keeping Event SponsorsGetting and keeping event sponsors can be a real challenge. Not only do you need to make your event stand out from others, you also have to come up with unique and valuable sponsorship opportunities to win over potential sponsors and keep them coming back for future events.

Watch and learn:

•    Insider tips on finding potential sponsors
•    The secrets to crafting a great sponsorship pitch
•    Creative ideas to enhance the event experience with sponsors
•    Easy ways to help sponsors measure the value of their sponsorship

About the presenters:

Andrew Reid, CTO & Co-Founder, SponsorHub
Andrew is responsible for overseeing SponsorHub’s platform, marketplace and other product offerings, including the SponsorHub ScoreTM, which is the first-ever algorithmic ratings system for the $50 billion dollar Sponsorship industry. Previously, Andrew was VP, Products at Kaleidoscope, a division of Interpublic Group (IPG), where he spearheaded the creation of IPG’s SponsorScience product, a platform for evaluating and managing major sponsorships for Fortune 500 companies.

Keiko Tokuda, Director of Marketing, Eventbrite
Keiko is currently overseeing the marketing team responsible for driving awareness and adoption of Eventbrite’s platform among big and small event organizers, testing a mix of marketing tactics to grow the business, including online advertising, event sponsorships, technology and content partnerships. Keiko began her career in marketing at a Japanese CPG company and activated sponsorships with the U.S. Olympic team, NY Yankees, Seattle Mariners, NY Road Runners Club, USA Triathlon, and several Olympic athletes.

Sarah Hoffman

Sarah heads up food and beverage marketing at Eventbrite. She helps chefs, restaurants, breweries, wineries, and just about anyone passionate about food and drink bring people together through experiences. She enjoys sour beers, egg white cocktails, and is a sucker for anything with pork belly or a poached egg. Follow her San Francisco shenanigans and food adventures on Twitter.