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Women in Wireless Premium Sponsorships

  1. 1. Sponsorship Opportunities 2011 - 2012
  2. 2. Women in Wireless Mission To empower and develop female leaders in mobile and digital media. We do this through leadership development, mentoring, inspirational series of panels and webinars, job boards,philanthropic support for relevant charities and networking events.
  3. 3. Our HistoryWomen in Wireless was created by a small group of femalebusiness leaders who consistently found themselves sharingideas & strategies amongst a sea of men at tech conferences.They started to formalize their efforts in 2009 by formingcommittee called Women in Wireless within the MobileMarketing Association, which would both support and developfemale leaders in the mobile industry.The group attracted such a large membership base that itdecided to form a non-profit corporation in 2011.Today the group has about 2000 members, consisting ofentrepreneurs, senior executives, and those in junior levelsthat seek our support.
  4. 4. WiW Membership Business leaders representing mobile companies and/or initiatives primarily in the following industry segments:   Brands   Publishers/Media Companies   Agencies   Marketing/Ad Tech Providers   Mobile Carriers   Startups/Mobile Applications
  5. 5. Our Leadership Team FOUNDERS: Veronika Sonsev: CEO and Founder of inSparq.com, a social communication company. Prior to inSparq, Veronika was the VP of Business Development at Jumptap. In her 12-year career as a business development and strategy executive for AOL and Jumptap, Veronika has built new business lines, developed strategic partnerships and launched international markets. Charlotte Fors: Vice President of Sales Americas at mBlox Inc. Charlotte has successfully managed sales teams in Europe and the US to exceed revenue targets, create sale strategies and to promote revenue growth and customer satisfaction. Charlotte has a background as a Strategy consultant with a leading management and IT consulting firm. PROGRAM MANAGER: Melissa Fudor: Melissa started her career in the non-profit industry as an Event Coordinator for the 9Health Fair in Colorado, and at the Greenbelt Foundation, where she developed their social media strategy and managed marketing events and campaigns.
  6. 6. Fundraising Committee Heather Menery: Sales Manager, Velti Heather Menery has over five years of mobile marketing and advertising experience and is manager on Velti’s East Coast sales team. She previously worked at Jumptap as a Senior Account Executive and was part of Enpocket/ Nokia Interactive’s Ad Operations team launching some of the first mobile campaigns for Fortune 500 brands. Kerri Smith: Senior Innovation Lead, Mobile at iProspect. Kerri Smith joined the iProspect team in 2008 after a rewarding career managing mobile marketing campaigns for Mango Mobile and has carried her passion for the mobile space over to her new role. At iProspect, Kerri has helped to develop Mobile Knowledge Teams in all offices to guide company- wide knowledge of the mobile space and integration of mobile specific SEM and display tactics. For the complete list of our Leadership Team, please visit our website… http://womeninwireless.org/category/leadership/
  7. 7. Current InitiativesNETWORKING   8-10 national events per yearPANELS & INSPIRATION   Producing quality informative and educational panels at conferences such as CTIA, DPAC, Digiday, SXSWCAREERS   Promoting diverse hiring through job boards and career eventsPHILANTHROPY   Supporting the Grameen Foundation – 2,000 used phones have been donated to entrepreneurs in developing countries
  8. 8. New InitiativesEDUCATIONAL SERIES   Piloting curriculum for emerging leaders. Proposed classes include public speaking, getting PR for your company, negotiations, sales strategies for new companies/productsMENTORING PROGRAM   Piloting a NY program to connect successful women leaders with emerging leaders to grow and develop their careersAWARDS LUNCHEON   Awards luncheon honoring female leaders and trailblazing entrepreneurs in the mobile industry
  9. 9. Sponsorships Available: 2011- 2012
  10. 10. Event Sponsor $3,000 – $7,500 Sponsor for one (1) WiW networking event   8-10 networking events per year (see next 2 slides for calendar)   Events draw 75-100 participants   Events are promoted to our membership base of over 1000 women through email, Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter   Sponsors receive:   Logo and/or name on invitation, email invites and social media promotions   Signage at event   Speaking opportunities: opening and/or closing remarks*Note* Men are welcome to attend our events but we strive to reserve the first hour forwomen-only networking and sponsor’s VIPs (both male & female).
  11. 11. WiW Event Calendar 2011Event City DateMobile Marketing Week New York, San(Six City Int’l Event) Francisco, London, Toronto, Edmonton, September 8, 2011 *SOLD* CalgaryCTIA Boat Cruise San Diego, CA October 11, 2011CTIA Party San Diego, CA October 12, 2011 November 8-10,Adtech *SOLD* New York, NY 2011WiW Educational Series- Pt IA Woman’s Guide to Negotiating *SOLD* New York, NY October 22, 2011WiW Educational Series- Pt II New York, NY November 3, 2011How to Rock an AudienceWiW Holiday Party *SOLD* New York, NY TBDMMF Los Angeles, CA November 16, 2011
  12. 12. WiW Event Calendar 2012Event City DateWiW Educational Series- Pt III(Topic: TBD) New York January 2012GSM World Congress Barcelona, Spain February 27-March 1, 2012CTIA New Orleans, LA May 7-10, 2012SXSW Austin, TX March 9-13, 2012Adtech San Francisco, CA April 2-4, 2012WiW Networking Event Atlanta, GA TBDInternet Week New York, NY TBDMMF New York, NY TBDWiW Networking Event Atlanta, GA TBDCTIA San Diego, CA October 10-12, 2011Adtech New York, NY TBDMMF Los Angeles, CA TBD
  13. 13. Premium Sponsorship$15,000 – $50,000Premium sponsors will receive the following:  Prominent placement in high traffic areas of WiW’s website and other marketing collateral, including identification in newsletter  Opportunity to network with and gain corporate exposure to the WiW community and develop relationships with leading women in the space  Ten (10) complimentary tickets to any WiW programs in national markets  Ability to use support of WiW (and its logo) in corporate marketing efforts
  14. 14. Silver Sponsor$15,000   Title Sponsorship for New Educational Series: “(Your company) & Women in Wireless Educational Series for Emerging Leaders”   Three (3) classes held in New York City   Estimated 50 women per class   Reception following each class   Video streamed live on the web and saved on our website   Sponsors receive:   Logo and/or name on invitation, email invites, social media promotions and womeninwireless.org   Speaking opportunities: opening and/or closing remarks   Participation on Program Planning Committees
  15. 15. Gold Sponsor$25,000   Custom Networking Lunch with target customers - event host, including opening remarks   Intimate dinner with 10-12 target customers   One (1) event sponsorship – includes opportunity to make welcome or closing remarks   75+ attendees at national events   Sponsors receive:   Logo and/or name on invitation, email invites, social media promotions and womeninwireless.org   Speaking opportunities: opening and/or closing remark   Position on WiW Advisory Board   One (1) sponsor highlight in WiW newsletter as “Mobile Company to Watch”   Invitation to one (1) agency/brand meet ‘n greet
  16. 16. Platinum Sponsor$50,000   Premier Corporate Sponsor for Women in Wireless   Promoted as the lead sponsor for the WiW organization   Prominent placement on printed marketing collateral   Title Sponsorship of the “Wonder Women in Wireless Awards”   Expected to draw 200+ leaders in the community   Sponsors receive:   Logo and/or name on invitation, email invites, social media promotions and womeninwireless.org   Speaking opportunities: opening and/or closing remark   Position on WiW Advisory Board   Unlimited passes to WiW events for 1 year   Invitation to two (2) agency/brand meet ‘n greets   Opportunity to participate on WiW panels, as well as help secure speakers