The Psychological Foundations of Design
Brighton Corn Exchange, Friday 1st November 2013
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What kind of sponsorship suits you?
|Alpha × 2 £4,000||Beta × 4 £2,000||Gamma × 6 £1,000|
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|Mentions in press releases||✔||✔||✔|
|Logo and link on online ads||✔||✔||✔|
|Listed as sponsor on website with link and logo||✔||✔||✔|
|Logo and URL on print ads||✔||✔|
|Retweets via @uxbri||2||✔|
|Opportunity for on-stage announcement||✔|
|First refusal to sponsor lanyards||✔|
|Logo on front of name badge||✔|
|2 seats at the speakers dinner||✔|
|Logo in talk videos||✔|
Alpha × 2 £4,000
All gamme and beta offerings plus…
- 10 tickets (instead of 4)
- First refusal to sponsor lanyards
- Logo on front of name badge
- Logo in video coverage
- 2 places at the speakers dinner
Beta × 4 £2,000
All gamma offerings plus…
- 4 tickets (instead of 2)
- Logo and URL on print ads
- Exhibition space
- On-stage announcement
- Vertical banner
Gamma × 6 £1,000
- 2 Tickets
- Logo on interstitial slide (shown between talks)
- Listed as sponsor on website with link and logo
- Logo and link on online ads
- Mentions in press releases
Other sponsorship opportunities
Contact Emmeline to discuss various possibilities around sponsoring specific items.
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- The Arts
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UX Brighton in other people’s words
We were delighted to be a sponsor at UX Brighton 2012, it was a great opportunity for us to reach our target audience of small businesses and freelancers. We had good traffic to our stand and had some great conversations with attendees and the event itself was really interesting with great speakers.Freeagent, Gold sponsor of UX Brighton 2012
UX Brighton is one of the premier UX events in Europe. In just one day, you'll get access to some of the most cutting-edge presentations you can imagine.
Well organised, fabulous location, packed with valuable content - go if you can: it's worth the investment.Jim Kalbach, Author of Designing Web Navigation
To be absolutely frank, if marketers had a proper sense of proportion, they would spend a third of their time learning about usability and customer experience. But if, as is more likely, you only have a day to spare, then there are few better places to study the subject than here.Rory Sutherland, Vice Chairman, Ogilvy Group
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