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Entries in Corporate Sponsorship (7)


What you need to turn mediocre sponsorship results to meteoric

What I’m about to share with you is really important if you want to increase your unrestricted revenue through corporate sponsorship. Your success with corporate sponsorship boils down to simultaneous acceleration of 8 key drivers. If any of these drivers is subpar, your results slip, stagnate, or suffer.

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What you should always do with referrals

If somebody refers or offers to refer a prospect to you—for sponsorship, a collaboration, or a B2B sale—here are 5 things you should always do.

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Stop with the big little checks

Stories of businesses raising money for charities and causes in their communities is heart-warming, positive, action-oriented, and unifying. But those big check photos? Find out what has more impact.

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We have choices to make

The next four years will be interesting times for organizations. One of the big trends I see is a forward and backward momentum. At the moment it feels like a schism. Two tectonic plates rubbing against each other. Explore what it means for your organization and the choices ahead.

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Gail Bower on high performance sponsorship

Want to learn how your organization can boost its sponsorship results through better performance?
Tune in to a live interview with sponsorship strategist Gail Bower Friday, December 5, 2014, at 1-1:30 p.m. EST on Nonprofit Radio with Tony Martignetti. Follow Tony (@TonyMartignetti) and tweet in your questions.