Gold Sponsor Benefits
The Center for Business Excellence at The Farmer School of Business was established by Miami University in March, 2006. The following information is provided for your consideration as a potential Co-sponsor for the 8th Annual Executive Conference in April, 2013, as a Gold Sponsor for $10,000. Benefits for a Gold Sponsor include the following:
- The ability to successfully co-brand with the mission of the Center for Business Excellence (in Center materials and website) in promoting integrity, leadership, and transparency to develop long term value for an organization and its stakeholders.
- In 2013, we plan to increase the number of students who participate in the Conference. A selection (approximately 80 to 100) of Miami’s top Farmer School of Business undergraduate honors, Masters of Accountancy and MBA students will be invited to the Conference.
- Marketing materials of each Sponsor may be displayed and made available throughout the entire Conference.
- A Sponsor is entitled up to 6 complimentary attendees at the Conference.
- Company logos of each Sponsor are prominently printed on the Conference electronic brochure, which is posted on the Center website and widely distributed through a series of emails leading up to the Conference. Logos of each Sponsor are included on the Center’s and Executive Conference Website for the Conference, with a link to the website of each Sponsor. For an example, see the Website links and online brochure at http://www.fsb.miamioh.edu/cbe/executive-conference. The Conference website will remain on the Center website for a period of time. Logos of each Sponsor are prominently printed (front, inside & back) on the Conference brochure which is widely distributed to companies across the United States.
- Each Sponsor may request a study with recommendations regarding some company challenge or upcoming business opportunity. The study project of each Sponsor would be student-oriented, in collaboration with a Farmer School of Business class or the Center. Depending on the nature of the project, it will engage a variety of Farmer classes involving relevant disciplines, including economics, finance, accounting, marketing, or management at the undergraduate or graduate level (i.e., Masters of Accountancy, Masters of Economics, or MBA) and be completed during the year of the Conference if practical. Once the appropriate student team has completed its work, the Sponsor shall receive an oral presentation of the team’s findings and/or a complete written report depending upon what is mutually agreed upon by the Sponsor and faculty member(s) involved.
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