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SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

MINEFILL 2011

10TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MINING WITH BACKFILL

21–25 MARCH 2011

CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA

SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Why you should sponsor:

  • Sponsoring secures cost effective marketing exposure and branding to your target market, culminating in face-to-face contact with your best prospects at the event.
  • Position and profile yourself as an industry leader
  • Increase your brand recognition
  • Create new partnerships and alliances
  • Develop relationships through new networking opportunities
  • Showcase new applications to a targeted audience of decision makers

Package 1

Premium Exhibitor (P1)

 

(Limited to 6 sponsors)

 

Extensive branding benefits

  • 10 minute presentation
  • Company logo on front page of conference programme
  • Promotional Insert – to be supplied by the sponsor 4 weeks before conference date
  • Website Branding – Logo to appear on conference website
  • Logo slide between sessions
  • Logo on all print media advertising done to promote the event

 

Conference benefits

  • 1 complimentary delegate ticket for the conference
  • 1 Complimentary ticket Exhibitor pass only

 

Signage benefits

  • 1 free standing banner (2m x 1m) in the conference registration area ( banner supplied by sponsor)

 

Exhibition benefits

  • 2 x 3m2 of expo space in a prime position(includes basic shell scheme)

Sponsorship investment:

R 40 000.00 Excluding VAT

Package 2

Conference Dinner (P2)

 

(limited to 1 Sponsor)

Extensive branding benefits

  • 5 min company introduction at dinner
  • Promotional Insert – to be supplied by the sponsor 4 weeks before conference date
  • Website Branding – Logo to appear on conference website
  • Logo slide between sessions
  • Logo on all print media advertising done to promote the event

Conference benefits

  • 1 complimentary delegate ticket for the conference

Sponsorship investment:

R 20 000.00 Excluding VAT

 

Package 3(P3)

Conference Bags (high–quality laptop bag)

 

(Unlimited)

 

Extensive branding benefits

 

  • Logo to appear on all print media advertising done to promote the event
  • Logo to appear on sponsors’ slide between sessions
  • Logo to appear on all Conference Bags (Provided by SAIMM). The name of the conference and the SAIMM will also appear on the bag in a secondary position.
  • Website Branding – Logo to appear on conference website

(conference bag will be a)

 

 

Sponsorship investment:

R 20 000.00 Excluding VAT

Package 4

Cocktail Sponsor (P4)

 

(limited to 1 Sponsor)

 

Extensive branding benefits

  • 5 Minute presentation slot during the cocktail function
  • Website branding – Logo to appear on conference website
  • Logo to appear on all print media advertising done to promote the event
  • Logo to appear on sponsors’ slide between sessions

 

Signage benefits

  • Company to brand function with 2 free standing banners (2m x 1m) in the conference registration area ( banner supplied by sponsor)

Sponsorship investment:

R 15 000.00 Excluding VAT

 

Package 5

Banner Exhibitor (P5)

 

(Unlimited)

 

Extensive branding benefits

  • Promotional Insert into conference bags– to be supplied by the sponsor 4 weeks before conference date
  • Website Branding – Logo to appear on conference website
  • Logo to appear on sponsors’ slide between sessions
  • Logo to appear on all print media advertising done to promote the event

 

Signage benefits

  • 1 free standing banner (2m x 1m) in the conference registration area ( banner supplied by sponsor)

 

Sponsorship investment:

R 15 000.00 Excluding VAT

Package 6

Technical Visits (P6)

 

(limited to 2 Sponsors)

 

Extensive branding benefits

  • Logo to appear on all print media advertising done to promote the event
  • Logo to appear on sponsors’ slide between sessions
  • Website Branding – Logo to appear on conference website
  • Company may brand and present on coach trip.

Sponsorship investment:

R 12 000.00 Excluding VAT

Package 7

Lunch Sponsor (P7)

 

(limited to 2 Sponsors)

 

Extensive branding benefits

  • Website branding – Logo to appear on conference website
  • Logo to appear on all print media advertising done to promote the event
  • Logo to appear on sponsors’ slide between sessions

 

Signage benefits

  • Company to brand function with 2 free standing banners (2m x 1m) in the conference registration area ( banner supplied by sponsor)

Sponsorship investment:

R 10 000.00 Excluding VAT

Package 8

Authors Gifts (P8)

 

(Limited to 1 Sponsor)

 

Extensive branding benefits

  • Logo to appear on all print media advertising done to promote the event
  • Logo to appear on the gifts (To be provided by the sponsor)
  • Logo to appear on sponsors’ slide between sessions
  • Website Branding – Logo to appear on conference website

 

Sponsorship investment:

R 10 000.00 Excluding VAT

Package 9:

Pens & Pads (P9)

 

(Limited to 1 Sponsor)

 

Extensive branding benefits

 

  • Logo to appear on all print media advertising done to promote the event
  • Logo to appear on the event web page
  • Logo to appear on sponsors’ slide between sessions
  • Logo to appear on the pens and pads that will go into the Conference delegate bags (To be Supplied by the Sponsor)

Sponsorship investment:

R 8 000.00 Excluding VAT

 

Package 10

Lanyards (P10)

 

(Unlimited)

 

Extensive branding benefits

  • Logo to appear on all print media advertising done to promote the event
  • Logo to appear on the Lanyards (To be provided by the SAIMM)
  • Logo to appear on sponsors’ slide between sessions
  • Website Branding – Logo to appear on conference website

 

Sponsorship investment:

R 8 000.00 Excluding VAT

 

 

NOTES

  • Note: All prices exclude VAT
  • Please complete and return the reply form to the address listed below as soon as possible
  • Please ensure advertising material is submitted timeously

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Thank you for your support

Please return this form to:

Julie Dixon, Conference Coordinator

Tel. 27-11-834-1273/7, Fax 27-11-838-5923 or 833-8156

E-mail: julie@saimm.co.za Website: www.saimm.co.za

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