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How to become a Sponsor

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Naace Sponsorship 

 

The key benefits of becoming a Naace Sponsoring Partner

Naace Sponsoring Partners benefit from association with Naace in the
following ways:

access to the Naace weekly newsletter, providing key information to
assist sales teams to understand the education marketplace

two annual Partnership Days organised by Naace, where Sponsoring
Partners are invited to meet with representatives of the Executive
Committee, Board of Management and Officers of the Association to
be updated on key developments in ICT and education, to discuss
matters of mutual concern and be informed about Naace activities

direct access to key professionals in the field of ICT in education

an entry on the Naace website, together with a page of company
information provided by and updated by you

access to a mailing list to enable information to be sent directly to
members of Naace

opportunities to contribute information or short articles to the weekly
newsletter

eligibility to attend the Naace Annual Strategic Conference

preferential invitations to exhibit at events organised by Naace,
including the exhibition at the Naace Annual Strategic Conference 

opportunities to attend and/or contribute to Naace Continuing
Professional Development events

use of the Naace Sponsoring Partners' logo and the agreed statement
regarding Naace sponsorship in company publications

But above all, we invite you to become involved with the key professional
association in the field of ICT and education. You will be part of an exciting
and supportive partnership, which allows Sponsoring Partners to ensure that
their education marketplace is well informed, vibrant and active.

 

Why does Naace need Sponsoring Partners?

Naace seeks to influence policy at a national level through advice, membership of working parties, consultancy, response to policy documents and its own initiatives in the field of ICT in education. It is in regular, weekly, contact with key decision makers at the DfES, QCA, Becta and other government departments and organisations in all four countries of the UK. These activities can incur considerable expense. Many sponsors have been willing to share this expense with us. Naace is a charitable organisation which cannot meet its objectives purely through subscriptions paid by members.

 

There are two types of sponsorship:

regular annual sponsorship of an agreed amount

specific sponsorship of activities and publications

All sponsors support the ongoing work of the Association via the first of these while many increase their involvement via the second.


 

Interested in becoming a Naace Sponsoring Partner?

If you are interested in becoming a member of the Naace community please read the attachments on this page for information about the association, sponsorship and Naace's sponsorship policy.

To read the pdf you will need a copy of Adobe Acrobat Reader which you may download free of charge from www.Adobe.co.uk

Mary Barker, the General Secretary is responsible for Sponsoring Partners. Please feel free to  contact Mary at mary.barker@naace.org who will be able to help with any further details you may require.

Please note that Naace, as a matter of policy, will not explicitly endorse any product, company or organisation.


Attachments

Becoming a Naace Sponsor pdf

Sponsorship Agreement Form

 

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