Sponsorship Prospectus for
MT Summit XV – 2015

Sponsorship of AMTA 2012 is a tax-deductible donation. AMTA is a 501-(c)-3 non-profit educational association.

All sponsorship levels receive:
– Logo with hyperlink on website: https://www.amtaweb.org/
– Logo and name in conference program
– Acknowledgement at Conference Opening
– One piece of collateral included in Conference Bag

Contact Alon Lavie, Sponsorship Chair alavie@cs.cmu.edu for more information.

Sponsorship
Level
Items available for sponsorship at this level Additionally, sponsors at this level receive
In-Kind
sponsorships
  • Publicity in Magazine or Newsletter TAKEN by Multilingual Magazine and Media
  • Quarter page ad in conference program
Enthusiast – $1,000
  • Breakfast OR Morning and afternoon refreshment breaks
  • Quarter page ad in conference program
Patron – $2,000
  • Refreshment sponsor for a day: Breakfast and breaks
  • Technology Showcase refreshments
  • Internet connectivity for exhibitors at the Technology Showcase
  • Welcome Reception – Sponsor addresses reception
  • Wine at Banquet – Sponsor addresses banquet attendees
  • Name and logo on sponsor-provided Notepad OR pen in conference bag or at seats
  • One free main conference registration
  • Half page ad in conference program
Leader – $3,000
  • Sponsor Logo on Hotel keycard
  • Conference bag – Exclusive logo on conference bag
  • Invited Speaker – Sponsor may address a plenary session
  • One free main conference registration plus two banquet tickets
  • Full-page ad in program
Visionary – $5,000+
  • Name and logo on conference badgeholder
  • Conference Internet connectivity
  • Conference Audio-Visual – Sponsor may address conference opening session
  • Two free main conference registrations
  • Full page ad in conference program

 

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