The trade meeting ground for sponsorship in the UK – the Think!Sponsorship conference hosts its 18th event on the 14th November 2012. Titled ‘Forward Thinking’ the event focuses on the changing nature of the sponsorship industry in the wake of the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Top on the billing will be a vibrant discussion on alcohol sponsorship. Throughout the summer the alcohol industry has endured a sustained attack that has seen the BMA calling for a total ban on alcohol sponsorship. The financial impact of a ban on the sponsorship industry would be unequivocally bad news for rights holders and agencies alike; not to mention the loss of a sector that has produced some of the most innovative and forward thinking activation campaigns of our generation.
Join over 150 delegates already booked to attend the conference and hear both sides of the story as Alcohol Concern, The Portman Group, SA Brains & The European Sponsorship Association debate and discuss what impact an alcohol ban would have on a sponsorship industry heavily dependent on this investment, how an alcohol ban might affect social change, and what steps the industry can take to stave off legislation of this type. Make sure you’re voice is heard during this session.
Aside from a topical and relevant content programme the conference provides unparalleled networking opportunities with sponsors including: BMW, Holiday Inn, UBS, Coca-Cola, Standard Life, Virgin Media, QBE, McDonalds,
Lloyds Banking Group, Hornby, Alix Partners, Accenture, Deloitte, Lloyds TSB, LV=, BP, and many more.
Hollis newsletter recipients can access the conference for just £225 +VAT (a £50 saving on advertised ticket price) when quoting HS1 and booking your ticket by the 31st October 2012.
Over 3,500 delegates have attended Think!Sponsorship conferences with over 90% of delegates saying they would recommend the event to a friend or colleague.
Book your ticket before 31st October 2012 by emailing email@example.com quoting HS1. To find out more about the event visit www.thinksponsorship.com or call on 020 8 534 4422.