Why Sponsor OSMOSIS
This is your opportunity to get your company, your product, your brand and your identity out to the hundreds of decision makers from the legal, law enforcement, investigative, business and accounting communities who’ll be in attendance, as well as the tens of thousands who will see the marketing materials over the coming months.
Sponsorship options are varied, and include Gold level sponsorship, sponsorship of a meal or break, sponsorship of a speaker, placing an ad in the conference handout, or adding promotional material in the conference bags.
THE GOLD LEVEL PACKAGE
Gold level Sponsorship (limit of 2) includes; full page advertising and logo added on front page of conference pamphlet, listing on website, marketing material in conference bags, name listed on sponsorship signage, opted-in attendee list and notable mention in welcome introduction to conference.
Gold Level Sponsorship – $3,500.00 (Limited number available)
THE SILVER LEVEL PACKAGE
The Silver Sponsorship package includes; 1/2 page advertising in conference pamphlet, listing on website, your business card included in conference bags, name listed on sponsorship signage and opted-in attendee list.
Silver Level Sponsorship – $2,250.00
ADDITIONAL SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES (LIMITED NUMBERS AVAILABLE)
Meet and Greet Happy Hour – $3,500
Lunch – $3,000 each
Breakfast – $2,000 each
Keynote speaker – $2,000 each
General session – $750 each
Break – $500 each
Full page advertisement in conference handout – $750
Logo on conference badges – $500
Lanyards for name badges – $500
Internet in meeting rooms – $500 per day
Promotional items place in all attendee conference bags – $250
Donation of door prize(s) (minimum value $50)Exhibitor/Sponsor Form
- Direct marketing to 30,000+ industry professionals
- Weekly marketing campaigns via email, hard copy and in-person presentations
- Show your support of the need for continuing education within the cyber investigative community
- A portion of money raised will be donated to charity. Prior charities include National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation, and Hackers for Charity.