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Even in our digital world, there is no substitute for live events to accelerate your sales cycle and drive demand. For most companies, event sponsorship continues to generate marketing's greatest return, making your event sponsorship decisions that much more important. With a seemingly unending number of events to sponsor, how can your organization ensure you're choosing the right event to support your organization's unique objectives?

Building off our recently published article Choosing the Right Event in Three Simple Steps: Event Sponsorship Handbook, Frost & Sullivan's Brand and Demand Solutions practice has assembled a panel of savvy marketers to share their best kept secrets on how they've been able to consistently drive returns through event sponsorship. Mark your calendar and plan to join us by registering today for invaluable insights and best practices around one of the most important marketing tactics in your marketing portfolio, event sponsorship. 

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Learn the top tactics from our panel of experts, including:

  • How to determine which event format best aligns to your goals
  • Questions you should be asking your event organizer during the evaluation process
  • How to measure the “true” CPL (Cost Per Lead)
  • How to extend your sponsorship beyond the live event

Click here to register, listen in on the experiences of others, participate in a live Q&A, and walk away with actionable strategies for your own organization.

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nicole_coons.jpgNicole Coons, Moderator
Marketing Vanguard
Frost & Sullivan

Kristina-Koller.jpgKristina Koller
Demand Generation Manager
Sparkcentral

 

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Bonus:

As our appreciation to you joining us, all registrants will be eligible to receive a $250 credit voucher* toward any one of our upcoming Executive MindXchange events.

$250 Credit Voucher must be redeemed and allocated no later than December 31, 2017.

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