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The Page Society thrives on the support of its members, whether it comes in the form of their attending events, participating in committee work, nominating new members for Page, Page Up and Future Leaders, or providing critical financial support. While membership dues and conference fees go a long way, these only cover a portion of the Society’s annual expenses. Moreover, the Page Society has in recent years undertaken a significant increase in its level of programming and support to members. In particular, a great level of resource has gone into producing compelling, industry-leading thought leadership, conducting outreach to leading members of the profession globally, expanding the professional development support for members’ own teams, and an increasing number of Page events with Insight Forums and our two major conferences each year. Our development program is an essential part of delivering on the Page mission of strengthening the enterprise leadership role of the CCO and funding the expanding support and programs that our members value.
In 2015, sponsorships and contributions will be more important than ever. Reflecting an increasingly ambitious agenda in thought leadership that will include an expansive project aimed at defining the future of the CCO, growing professional development programs and digital tools that facilitate meaningful member engagement, the Page Society’s overall goal for 2015 is $510,000.
The Page Society would like to thank this year’s sponsors for their contributions!
In 2015, sponsorships and contributions will be more important than ever. Reflecting an increasingly ambitious agenda in thought leadership, professional development and in the use of interactive technology at events, the Page Society’s overall goal is $510,000.
There are several different categories of giving for you to evaluate:
- Unrestricted Contributions
- Page Society Spring Seminar 2015
- Page Society Annual Conference 2015
- Professional Development - Programs that prepare the next generation of communications leaders.
- Case Study Competition
- Friends of Page* - Personal donations to the Page Society.
- Membership Directory
- The 1983 Circle – $20,000 and Up
- Platinum – $15,000 – $19,999
- Gold – $10,000 – $14,999
- Silver – $5,000 – $9,999
- Bronze – $1,000 – $4,999
- Benefactor – $100-$999
*For Friends of Page, there are three personal giving funding levels:
- Emerald – $1,500 and above
- Ruby – $1,000 – $1,499
- Sapphire – $500 – $999
For comments or questions about sponsorship opportunities, please contact Mary Elliott, Vice President – Member Engagement, at email@example.com.