Sponsors are from Mars Organizers are from Venus.. Or it just seems that way?
What do sponsors want? ROI.. more leads.. more exposure.. It seems like we really need to get creative in order to attain and retain those sponsors. But creativity is running low and resources (aka, money) are getting tighter. So how can we boost that ROI and be our sponsor’s hero by delivering real results?
REGISTER for our webinar where we’ll go through some great (and creative) tips and tricks…and maybe a perk or two along the way.
Co-hosted with Jordan from Pathable.
The Enterprise UX 2015 conference was dedicated to delivering useful, delightful, and humane experiences to people who work for and in enterprises.
Number of attendees: 480
Location: San Antonio – Texas
Date Held: 13 – 15 of May 2015
WHO WAS THE EVENT TARGETING:
Mid- and senior-level UX practitioners and team leaders, product managers, engineers, developers, marketers, and decision-makers.
In fact, we can trace back the first promotional products in the US as early as 1789, with the commemorative buttons for the election of George Washington. Creation and distribution of a swag bag formally started in the late nineteenth century when Jasper Meeks, a printer in Coshocton, Ohio, persuaded a local shoe store to contribute book bags embossed with the store name to local schools. The first trade association for the industry was founded by 12 manufacturers of promo items in 1904. Believe it or not, things have hardly changed since then.