Opportunities to sponsor Congress include:
Monitors and tech. Your chance to brand specific screens and displays.
Lanyards. Worn around the neck to display the attendee’s credential, lanyards are visible on wearers all day and are often picked up by television cameras, ensuring maximum exposure of your brand.
Congress bags. Re-usable Congress bags that contain the Congress badge and essential printed documents such as the Congress Guide. These are provided for delegates, observers, visitors, exhibitors and media, and sponsors can have their logo printed on the front and have an insert inside.
Welcome reception. This gives you the chance to promote your organisation to several hundred guests at a special gathering on the first evening of Congress.
Stewards’ polo shirts. Our stewards are very much the public face of our Congress. While carrying out their duties they are often spotted by television cameras. Sponsoring stewards’ polo shirts would guarantee your brand being seen throughout Congress.
Congress music. Congress has live music played from the platform at the beginning of every session. The sponsor can place their corporate branding behind the musicians whenever they perform, as well as be credited in the Congress Guide.
Delegates’ tea and coffee. Sponsoring refreshments for delegates is a quick and easy way to get your brand noticed.
Merchandise. Give away branded merchandise that attendees might need while they’re at Congress. From powerbanks to water bottles, whatever you're branding it'll provide continued promotion beyond Congress.
Prize draw. We have different prize draws including the best stand and delegate questionnaires. A great opportunity to showcase sponsor logos.
For more information on sponsorship, see pages 17-18 of our brochure.
If you are interested in sponsorship opportunities fill our our online booking form
If you would like to find out more about how to become a sponsor or any other information about the above, please email us at TUCevents@tuc.org.uk.
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