Precious Metals and Sponsorship Levels
Why They’re Killing Your Event

Did you know that you only get one chance to get it right when you make an approach to a company for sponsorship?


It doesn’t really seem fair, but the truth is you can’t go back to them later on when you realise that you left someone else’s name on the proposal, the price wasn’t right, or worse, you’ve created a list of sponsorship levels that no-one’s interested in.

Here’s the thing about those precious metals (or whatever other descriptions you use) – you’ve been using them for years and companies have been responding to them for years, but much like a marriage that has lost its passion, neither one has the energy to spice things up!

More and more event managers are starting to understand that a successful relationship doesn’t start with a generic sponsorship proposal sent out to a list of cold prospects, but there is still confusion in the industry about how to create a plan of attack that exponentially maximises your ability to secure a great sponsorship deal.

What You’ll Learn

  • Why your sponsorship levels are doing you more harm than good
  • How to get more sponsors, money and put the ‘sexy’ back into your events
  • How to send far fewer proposals with a much higher strike rate
  • the secret mental checklist sponsors use when they assess your proposal

What You’ll Get

  • Event sponsorship readiness checklist

  • Sponsor’s secret mental checklist

Limited Time Offer


  • Registration for this webinar
  • Access to webinar resources
  • Limited replay option
  • Access to online forum
  • Normal Price $195
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Abby Clemence

Abby Clemence

My singular focus is to help you become a better fundraiser.  It is critical that the for-profit and for-purpose sectors come together in partnership so that we can tackle the global social and environmental issues we are all concerned about.

I founded Infinity Sponsorship with this purpose in mind, and bring 25 years in marketing, sales, adult education, communications, event management and corporate / cause-related partnership experience to organisations to help them transform their performance, maximise their impact and increase their income.