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just do your pramotion on comments section in other websites like linkedin, instagram, and facebook too

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I don't think there is a role. I think you need to determine the responsibilities and motivations a person might have for sponsoring and speak to their needs related to it. In my experience, the people with these interests in a company don't reside in just one role.

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I dont think the location or type of venue matters much in your ability to pursue and negotiate opportunities for vendors, sponsors and or investors. The easiest to pursue is vendors - in fact most smaller events are paid for by the vendors and sponsorships from local organizations who want to re...

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Well, if you really want people to pay you for ad placements, I recommend adding some value to them first - retweet them, add insightful comments to their blogs, share their content, promote their stuff. This also gives you an opportunity to gauge how your audience reacts to it, which gives you c...

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Since you're already using metals for naming your packages: Bronze, Silver, Gold, Platinum...it only makes sense to add a Titanium package. The names you are suggesting are good, but you'll need to change your naming convention to something like: Basic Partner, Standard Partner, Collaborative P...

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I love that she's doing this! I don't have expertise in athletic sponsorships but I am familiar with being a brand ambassador. This is a great way to get on the path toward sponsorships if she's not currently doing that.

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Hi there. I help people buy and sell businesses and also do a lot of consulting for people with partnership issues. Your question seems to ask what percentage of ownership should go to each initial shareholder when setting up a company. You can choose to do this in a number of ways. Some peop...

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Creating a beautiful visual deck that shows the branding of the company, prior successes and of course core numbers on who your target audience is, how broad the reach is and how that creates benefit for the sponsor is key!

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We do marketing partnerships with some of our ongoing accounts. Terms vary from fixed-fee retainers through fixed amount + 10-20% split share to 30-40% fee on new deals. Depending on the specifics of the business and the marketing services provided, the percentage could be for a specific product...

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Hello! I work with a bunch of freelancers on Upwork.com so you can pay them directly through the platform on a flat rate or hourly rate. If this freelancer gets sponsors for you, you can give them a percentage of the sale as a commission. Sales reps usually receive somewhere between 10-20% of the...

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