| October 2019
When it comes to your event's bottom line, the difference between black and red often depends on sponsors. They add uniquely valuable experiences to event attendees, and can signal to industry stakeholders that your event is valuable. But, how to write an email which gets read and not trashed? Read on for some tips.
Even as we mark calendars and make lists in preparation for the upcoming holiday season, many of us also set aside time to assist the less fortunate, as a way to give the season deeper meaning. This month, we put an apple on our Giving Tree for Samaritan's Purse. The non-profit has opened operations in the Bahamas to help alleviate the nearly unimaginable suffering caused by Hurricane Dorian.
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Crafting Emails to Potential Sponsors Which Get Replies
By Daniel Mendelson | Bizzaboo.com
Don't expect to secure a deal just by writing an email alone. You're starting a conversation, not signing a deal.
So, as you write, keep in mind the end goal: beginning a conversation and ultimately scheduling a meeting to discuss the sponsorship opportunity. The email should focus on value, be an articulation of shared objectives and audiences, and have a tone and language which elicits feelings of partnership.
It’s critical for constructing the most effective cold email to potential sponsors. First, find out everything you can about the sponsor’s company. Focus on values and marketing objectives. Then, think about how your event can further these values or objectives.
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The FestivalNet Giving Tree
For over 40 years, Samaritan's Purse has aided the poor, sick, and suffering here at home and around the world. Right now, at the request of the World Health Organization and the Bahamamian government, the non-profit is operating an Emergency Field Hospital in Freeport, performing life-saving surgeries and treating patients for a variety of injuries and illnesses.
Our Events Database Manager, Sara, chose Samaritan's Purse to receive a portion of Festivalnet.com's gross profits, this month.
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