As a meeting planner, are you looking for ways to generate more sponsors? Are you having difficulties getting organizations to commit? This Eventbrite article outlines the entire process of how to search for sponsorship opportunities and help you understand what they expect from you. It even offers a list of marketplaces of companies who seeking out events to sponsor.  

Targeting the right sponsor is really the key to your sponsorship program's success. Attendees will find benefit from companies that are relevant to them and sponsors will have more meaningful ways to connect and build relationships. Plus, stronger sponsorship commitments could mean bigger budgets to make your event even more spectacular. 

If you are ready to sign more sponsors, then this Eventbrite article is a great start. 

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Stretching that event budget is a goal of every event professional. A few simple swaps can really add up, and luckily, Event Manager Blog has some great ideas for this. 

Making sure your event is healthy and forward-thinking can be hard when everything seems to be working just fine. However, being able to recognize areas of improvement early can keep your event fresh and innovative. Master the tenets in this article, and you can stay ahead of the curve. 

There is nothing worse than throwing all of your attendees in a room for a networking event and hoping for the best. It's easy for attendees to gravitate to their own circle of people and come away without meeting any new contacts. Try one of these new ideas to prevent that. 

With so many items on an event planner’s plate, the last thing you need is to constantly be working on social media accounts. These simple tactics that will give you a more effective social media program that takes less time.

What great blog posts did you read this month?