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Understanding b2match SponsorsUpdated a year ago

Sponsors play a vital role in the success of your event, providing support and assistance throughout the organizing process. It is crucial to reciprocate their contribution by ensuring that your sponsors feel valued and acknowledged. One way to achieve this is by dividing them into different sponsor groups. 

What are sponsor groups?

Categorizing sponsors into different sponsor groups is a valuable strategy to highlight their importance and showcase their involvement in your event. By utilizing sponsor groups, you can effectively emphasize the significance of larger sponsors while still providing visibility to smaller ones.

When sponsors are differentiated based on their level of contribution, it becomes easier to showcase the unique value that each sponsor brings. This approach allows you to highlight their involvement and express gratitude for their support. By providing increased visibility to sponsors who play a more substantial role, you demonstrate their importance to the success of your event.

To delve deeper into the topic of sponsor groups, we recommend referring to our articles on creating and deleting sponsor groups. These articles will provide you with a comprehensive guide on managing sponsor groups effectively. 

Where can I showcase my sponsors?

Once you have created sponsor groups to categorize your sponsors based on their importance, the next step is to mark organizations as sponsors. Any organization that has registered for your event and created an organization page can be designated as a sponsor. 

To maximize the visibility and promotion of your sponsors, you can create a sponsors page. This page will serve as a central hub where all event sponsors are listed collectively. By showcasing them together, you enhance their brand visibility and reinforce their significance in ensuring the overall success of your event.

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