Sell!Your Sponsorship Courses
The Sell!Your Sponsorship Workshop series (Fundamentals and Plus course) have been developed to support the sales needs of professionals working in the sponsorship industry.
Our Fundamentals course - Sell!Your Sponsorship is designed for practitioners who are looking to establish best practice in sponsorship selling. The course covers the cornerstones of effective sponsorship sales (developing attractive sponsorship assets, communicating the value of your audience, articulating value and developing a pricing model that works for you & proposal writing). The course is designed to equip sellers with enhanced skills and techniques that can be taken back and applied immediately in the sales environment.
Our Plus course - Sell!Your Sponsorship PLUS supports the professional development of individuals that are actively working with sponsors (or have worked with sponsors in the past). We consider in greater detail some of the themes discussed in the fundamentals course (e.g. pricing) and also delve deeper into areas such as demographics, evaluation, renewals, digital assets, sponsorship trends, structuring contacts and servicing sponsors.
If you would like to receive the course brochure for either course please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Both training courses take place at Radisson Blu Edwardian Kenilworth, 97 Great Russell Street, London WC1B 3LB.
Courses run from 09.30am - 4.30pm and course fees are £295.00 +VAT per person (10% discount for bookings of 2 or more from the same organisation) and include refreshments, lunch and course materials.
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A thoroughly engaging day. It's been incredibly usefulDavid Tatham, Associate Director, Corporate & Foundation Partnerships, Kew Gardens (June 2016)
This was a really great day. It confirmed things I believed I already new but also opened my eyes to working differently.Ben Sharman, Head of Sponsorship, NEC Group
This was an excellent dayRebecca Bentham, Museum of Science & Industry (June 2016)