Additional Sponsorship Opportunities

Why You Should Sponsor The Conference

The International Technology Enabled Care Conference offers many sponsorship opportunities for your organisation to increase your exposure/brand awareness and raise your profile both in the build up to and during the event.

The conference is expected to attract over 850 attendees, making it the ideal opportunity to get your messaging over to a TEC focused audience.

We are delighted to have the support of our headline event sponsors.

Anthropos
Legrand Assisted Living & Healthcare
PPP Taking Care
Doro

Additional Sponsorship Opportunities

This year will see the introduction of some exciting new opportunities that will allow you great exposure and increase your interaction with your target audience. These opportunities could be taken up in association with the main sponsorship package, exhibition stand booking or independently.

Additional sponsorship opportunities are designed to increase your brand exposure in both the lead up to conference and also during the event.

Opportunities will be based on a first come first served basis.

TSA will have the right to refuse any organisation the right to purchase a sponsorship opportunity dependent on the proposed content of any advertising/marketing materials

If you would like to discuss any additional opportunities please contact us via: events@tsa-voice.org.uk

Sponsorship opportunities include:

  • Gala Dinner Sponsorship
  • Innovation Stage Sponsorship – SOLD OUT
  • The Leaders Lounge – New for 2022
  • Conference App Sponsorship – SOLD OUT
  • Conference Lanyards – SOLD OUT
  • Gala Dinner Tables – SOLD OUT

For further information please download our sponsorship pack here

For further information on sponsoring the conference, or to have a general chat regarding sponsorship and exhibition opportunities please contact Alan Williamson via email: alan.williamson@tsa-voice.org.uk or call Alan on 01625 520 320

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