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Think!Sponsorship connects the sponsorship industry through a broad offering that includes conferences, training, events and our online sponsorship marketplace. We support organisations in maximising their commercial potential through our data, intelligence & consulting services. We are committed to providing affordable information and ideas to all types of organisations looking to develop best practice.

Training & Education

Think!Sponsorship runs one-day sponsorship sales workshops throughout the year. We offer an introductory course in sponsorship and an advanced course for practitioners with two or more years experience.


We are pleased to announce our 2017 schedule as follows:

(1) Sell!Your Sponsorship (fundamentals course)

23rd February 2017

11th May 2017

14th September 2017

23rd November 2017

(2) Sell!Your sponsorship PLUS (advanced course)

3rd March 2017

5th July 2017 

21st September 2017

30th November 2017 

The cost of attendance is £295 +VAT per person to attend.

Courses take place at the Museum of London, 150 London Wall, London EC2Y 5HN. To book onto one of our 2017 course dates:


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I found the course excellent. Very detailed and informative and it answered so many questions. It was also fantastic to receive example proposals

Nicola McAdam, National Schools Partnership (September 2013)

I give this training 10/10! It was a very interactive day.

Sofia Matich, Corporate Partnerships, National Gallery (January 2016)

The whole course was extremely interesting but specifically the considerations on data and pricing. It will help support internal discussions as well as renewals and new business.

Lucy Kemp, Client Partnerships Manager, British Paralympic Association

Many thanks for the brilliant workshop yesterday. Denise and I felt it was incredibly helpful to have an update on measurement and evaluation and also steering on pricing and emerging markets. Feel we can get to grips with our strategy now!

Helen Fox, Head of Sponsorship, The Kennel Club (September 2016)