Companies spend about $6.8 billion annually sponsoring events such as the Olympic Games, Indianapolis 500 and Kentucky Derby. Companies also sponsor smaller events, ranging from concerts and conventions to luncheons and fundraisers. Sponsors typically pay a premium, but sponsorships also may be in exchange for goods or services, advertising or media exposure. Finding a sponsor for your event makes good business sense, both for you and for them.
Networking is a big deal during conferences and conventions, but short coffee breaks and evening activities don’t always allow for enough time, or exchange of information. Jot Event Messaging Systems can turn any computer on-site into an instant messaging service, allowing attendees to search for contacts by name, company, organization, church or school. Organizers also […]