Drawn from the book and a recentteleseminar by the same name, "Bailouts & Politics: The Effect on Sponsorship and What it Means for You" provided event leaders with ideas and sales strategies to improve their corporate sponsorship results in this economy. If you missed it, join me today for a 90-minute session at 8:30 a.m.
(At right, Woman Addressing the Public, by Joan Miro, at The Kimbell Museum.)
By the way, Fort Worth, Texas, has some terrific museums, where I spent my afternoon yesterday. Check out the Kimbell Museum, the Modern Art Museum, Fort Worth, and the Amon Carter Museum, presently showing a wonderful exhibit of African American works on paper from The Harmon & Harriet Kelley Collection.
The Kimbell Museum, architect Louis Kahn.
Modern Art Museum, Fort Worth, architect Tadao Ando
Gail Bower is president of Bower & Co. Consulting LLC, a firm that specializes in dramatically raising the visibility, revenue, and impact of non-profit organizations. She’s a professional consultant, writer, and speaker, with more than 20 years of experience managing some of the country’s most important events, festivals and sponsorships and implementing marketing programs for clients. Launched in 1987, today Bower & Co. improves the effectiveness and results of clients’ marketing, events, and corporate sponsorship programs.
Does the recent economic upheaval that sent seismic shifts through our culture have you wondering what to do next with your sponsorship development efforts? Marketing and sponsorship specialist Gail Bower wrote this short guidebook for you. Get the confidence, perspective, and techniques you need to jump-start your sponsorship strategy today.
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- Steven Wood Schmader, CFEE,
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International Festivals & Events Association (IFEA