CharityComms’ events offer a range of cost-effective opportunities to promote your brand, products or services to an audience of charity communications professionals.
Our promotional opportunities will enable you to:
- Build relationships with influential senior professionals
- Raise your profile within the charity sector
- Communicate face-to-face with key individuals
- Associate your brand with best practice
CharityComms organises a series of highly regarded and well-attended events throughout the year. Formats include half-day seminars, full day conferences, breakfast briefings, and exclusive networking lunches. Promotional opportunities include:
Sponsorship – conferences and seminars
Packages include: your logo on our website, invitations and printed event materials; the chance to speak at an event or give a sponsor’s address; exhibition space; advice surgeries during the breaks (conferences only); input into event content; the opportunity to write an article for the website linked to the topic; and much more. Please get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org for costs and further information.
Speaking slot and stand packages – conferences
Packages include: a “breakout” speaking slot on an agreed topic; an exhibition space; advice surgeries; three free delegate places; and more.
Exhibition stand – conferences
Heighten your company’s impact by building relationships in person. Exhibitors receive an exhibition stand plus two free conference places. We encourage our exhibitors to offer ‘advice surgeries’ during breaks which not only introduce your company and work to delegates but also develop your knowledge of the kinds of challenges charities face.
Delegate pack inserts
With up to 180 delegates at each conference and 200 delegates at each seminar, placing an insert in our delegate packs is a direct and easy way of getting noticed by third sector communicators. Cost: £350+vat; corporate partner rate: £250+vat.
In addition to promotional opportunities at our conferences and seminars, corporate partners can sponsor our special interest groups, Inspiring Communicator Awards and networking events.
Sponsorship – special interest groups
Corporate partners have the opportunity to associate and align their organisation with a group focused on best practice and peer-to-peer sharing. Our groups include PR Network, Creatives Group, Brand Breakfast, Heads of Digital, Internal Communications Group and Campaign Network. To find out more about sponsoring a special interest group please email email@example.com.
Sponsorship – Inspiring Communicator Awards
The annual CharityComms Inspiring Communicator Awards is a great opportunity to associate your brand with the most inspiring communicators in the charity sector, from chief execs to comms directors, from digital specialists to designers and beyond. Our sponsor will have branding on all the marketing associated with this prestigious awards scheme, be one of our judges for the awards and have a sponsors’ welcome at our Awards presentation held in November with around 120 guests attending. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for costs and further information.
Sponsorship – organisational member lunches
Our twice-yearly organisational member lunches are attended by 60-70 marcomms directors at the UK’s largest charities. Sponsorship includes a sponsor’s address, attendance at the event by three members of staff and up to five relevant clients, and acknowledgment of your support on email invitations. Please email email@example.com for costs and further information.
CharityComms corporate partners
Corporate partners get a significant discount on all our promotional opportunities, as well as various other benefits such as free or discounted entry to events and exclusive presence on our supplier listings page. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Don’t just take our word for it!
If you're looking to give your brand exposure to communications and marketing professionals in the charity space, then look no further than CharityComms. It provides an unrivalled platform to engage with charities in an authentic way, be it through exhibition spaces or through speaking packages. But most importantly, it runs a thought-provoking event series that covers the most relevant issues to charities and, as a result, its events attract a fantastic range of delegates.
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