In House Training Days
Think!Sponsorship provides in-house training services for different types of organisations interested in improving their sponsorship strategy or looking to develop specific internal expertise.
We offer flexible and affordable training and facilitated solutions that can be delivered at your premises or a venue of your choice throughout the UK or Europe.
Whether your looking for a tailored in-house version of one of our existing courses, or looking for a specific half day or full day session tackling a component of sponsor management we're happy to help. Course length, topics, delivery style and practicals are tailored to your requirements.
In the past twelve months we've delivered over 20 in house sessions on a range of topics including identifying and creating a new sponsorship strategy, undertaking valuations, evaluating 'the sponsorship effect', prospecting and negotiation to name just a few! We deliver sessions to teams ranging in size from 4 - 20 and work hard to ensure that the sessions are interactive and engaging and most of all deliver against the client objectives!
If you are interested in organising a course to address your specific needs then please contact us and we will be happy to provide further information.
Thanks for a great day yesterday – really valuable and loads to take away from it. The rest of the team loved it too and we’re all looking forward to the next session in November.Sam Greenfield, Commercial Development Manager, English Football League (EFL) September 2018
'The team found the session extremely useful and were singing your praises to me afterwards.Susan Finnegan, Head of Commercial & Marketing, Culture Liverpool, December 2017
You’ve highlighted some incredibly important and valuable lessons and we’re looking forward to putting them into practice'
Just wanted to say thank you again for the sponsorship training yesterday. Alex and I feel we both left the day excited about the potential we could now see for our products and are keen to get started.Katie Foweraker, St Albans Council (September 2015)