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Crash Course in Sponsorship- Advertorial


Monday, 18th November 2002 at 12:11 pm
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If you need a crash course in sponsorship here's a fast and cheap way to get the latest information available.

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Crash Course in Sponsorship- Advertorial
Monday, 18th November 2002 at 12:11 pm

If you need a crash course in sponsorship here’s a fast and cheap way to get the latest information available. As part of their commitment to Australia’s Not for Profit community, Smart Marketing Streetwise Workshops is holding very low cost mini-workshops.

These workshops will be presented by Kim Skildum-Reid, one of the leading lights of sponsorship around the world.

All delegates will receive a 3-hour crash course in raising and retaining sponsorship, as well as a copy of the newly updated Second Edition of industry classic, The Sponsorship Seeker’s Toolkit (retail value $39.95).

The course has been specifically designed for employees of a registered Not for Profit organisation and delegates must have managerial responsibility for sponsorship, including sales, negotiation, and servicing as well as policy and strategy development.

In Melbourne the course will take place on Thursday 21 November 2002, 10:00am-1:00pm, Telstra Theatrette, 242 Exhibition Street…so act quickly to get a place!

In Sydney it’s on 3 December 2002, 2:00pm-5:00pm at the Australian Institute of Management 215 Pacific Hwy, North Sydney.

And as part of Telstra’s commitment to the Australian Not for Profit community, the corporation has very kindly donated use of its Theatrette, so the course can accommodate over 200 in Melbourne.

Organisers say they have space for 100 in Sydney. Places are strictly limited, so register now.

The course costs $33 including GST. Smart Marketing Streetwise Workshops has generously offered one free registration in either Melbourne or Sydney for the first reader to contact us via e-mail.

A brochure and registration form can be obtained by sending us an email to probono@probonoaustralia.com.au.

If you have any questions, please contact Smart Marketing Streetwise Workshops on (02) 9559 6444.




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