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How to find a sponsor for your business?

Research every company or person on your list. Having background information on the potential sponsor will go a long way in helping you gain a sponsorship. Look for reasons why it would benefit the potential sponsor to sponsor you. …

Q. How do you approach a company for sponsorship?

Here are some tips so you can make that fantastic first impression and get the meeting going with your best foot forward.

  1. Research potential sponsors.
  2. Master the elevator pitch.
  3. Let your numbers do the talking.
  4. Remember, sponsorship is more than signage.
  5. Include interactive activities in the deal.

Q. How can I get a sponsorship deal?

Eight ways to get a sponsorship deal off the ground

  1. Sponsorship isn’t about you!
  2. Sponsorship proposals should focus on benefits.
  3. Get the right fit.
  4. Internal buy-in is key.
  5. Look beyond logo placement.
  6. Understand your sponsor.
  7. Account management.
  8. Get help.

Q. How much does a sponsorship Licence cost?

The current fee payable for small companies to obtain a sponsor licence is £536 and it is £1,476 for large companies. The application process can be expedited for an additional cost of £500.

Q. How long does it take to get a sponsor?

Start thinking about potential sponsors now. Chances are you have a deadline to get sponsors. The more time you have to seek sponsorships, the better. Ideally you want at least three to four months to work on getting sponsorships.

Q. How much do you get as a sponsor for an event?

Simply put, an event sponsor is a person, family, or business that makes a leadership gift for your event. Tickets for your event may be $50 per person, but your sponsors may be donating $500, $1,000, or $25,000 towards your event.

Q. Can you get a sponsor for a motorsports event?

Yes, at least if you want to get sponsors in time for your event. Also, don’t just choose your sponsors purely based on name recognition alone. Yes, in motorsports, it’s important that your sponsors are a who’s who of brands, but that can’t be your only criteria.

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