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Sponsorship


The British Chamber of Commerce is currently inviting companies to support the 17th Annual Business Awards through category sponsorship of the awards initiative and dinner. By participating as a category sponsor, you will have the opportunity to effectively profile your company to businesses in Singapore and to a wide range of stakeholders including British businesses active in Singapore; and most importantly, British and Singaporean Government agencies.

Adding to the excitement will be the guest speaker, yet to be confirmed for 2016. In previous years, the Chamber welcomed Paul Polman, CEO of Unilever, Chairman of World Business Council for Sustainable Development and recently appointed as UK Prime Minister’s Business Ambassador.

CATEGORY SPONSOR PACKAGE $4,500 (6 packages available)***

EXPOSURE BENEFITS

Website
  • 17th Annual Business Awards webpage on BritCham website (May – October)
  • 17th Annual Business Awards website (May – October)
Marketing Collaterals
  • Dedicated 17th Annual Business Awards email communication sent to the BritCham database (May – October)
  • Awards dinner booking form
  • Full page advertisement and inclusion on sponsors page in the Awards dinner programme booklet
Orient Magazine
  • 17th Annual Business Awards advertisement
  • Post event coverage
Tickets
  • 4 complimentary tickets to the Awards Dinner on Thursday 29th September

***3 category packages taken by Cognita, Barclays and Edelman
***Please note that Category Sponsors cannot be nominated for an Award within the same category. Category sponsorships will be awarded on a first come basis.

For further enquiries regarding sponsorship packages, please contact Alexandra Packman, Senior Events Manager at alexandra@britcham.org.sg.

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