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Our events would not be possible without the support of our sponsors.

Event sponsorship provides companies and organizations with the opportunity to gain high visibility within the Mid-Atlantic biotech market.  Our marketing and brand recognition is very strong and resonates to thousands within the market.  It is also a unique opportunity to intimately connect with the usually 100+ people within the biotech industry who attend the events each month.

Benefits of Event sponsorship:

Pre- and post-event emails:

  • Inclusion of your logo, company/organization description, and a link to your website in 3 emails that are sent to more than 4,000 people each time, including industry media representatives.

Website:

  • Event registration web page: Inclusion of your logo, company/organization description, and a link to your website.
  • Logo hosted on the sponsorship section for the remainder of the year.

LinkedIn group mentions:

  • Inclusion of your company name plus website link in all postings (9 groups with more than 4,000 members among them)

Flyers:

  • Inclusion of your company logo and brief description on flyers that are posted on the Johns Hopkins Montgomery County Campus

Facebook and Twitter:

  • Inclusion of your company name in promotion tweets & messages

At the happy hour:

  • Company representative plus collateral materials at registration table and 2-5 minutes to “pitch” your company during the event.

Employment Branding & Job Advertising:

  • Throughout the marketing efforts we will promote your open positions so that you have a greater opportunity of meeting good candidates at the event.

Targeted Promotion:

  • Working with a BioBuzz representative we will identify your target market and promote your sponsorship and the event to that target for the month leading up to the event.

Interested in Sponsoring an Event? 

For more information and to discuss how a sponsorship will work best for your organization please contact Chris Frew at chrisdfrew@gmail.com or Andrew Eckert at eckertae@gmail.com