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Sponsorships: Vow to Boost Your Visibility in 2019!

2019-02-06T14:07:10-05:00February 6th, 2019|
In the post-holiday chaos, these questions may be running through your head:

How can my company spread the word about our products and services to a targeted audience?

How can we build relationships with customers and prospects?

How can we demonstrate our company’s commitment to vital issues such as safety and wellness?

Don’t stress out; stand out! Take advantage of event and conference sponsorships with the Indiana Chamber.

“Event and conference sponsorships (topics include energy, environmental, tax and advanced human resources among others) are a great way to attract new clients and give your organization an edge over the competition,” asserts director of business development Jim Wagner.

How do sponsors gain statewide visibility?

  • Featured on, with a direct link to their web site
  • Thousands of statewide promotions
  • Conference materials and signage
  • Speaker introductions
  • Expo booth space
  • And more!

Among the offerings are February’s Safety and Health Conference & Expo (highlights: more than 70 educational sessions and insights from former Indianapolis Colt and current ESPN analyst Jeff Saturday).

“The Indiana Chamber is offering a new sponsorship level for this event called the Safety Innovation Sponsor,” Wagner remarks. “We want to recognize companies that are innovators and leaders in workplace safety!”

Be among the first to sponsor a revamped flagship event: Chamber Day Dinner (formerly known as the Legislative Dinner). Keynote speaker Arthur C. Brooks, president of the American Enterprise Institute and best-selling author, will entertain a crowd of 700 business and government leaders and state legislators in March.

Connect with like-minded customers and prospects at the following: Indiana Health and Wellness Summit55th Annual Human Resources Conference & Expo and 14th Annual Best Places to Work in Indiana program.

In addition, the 30th Annual Awards Dinner will feature an estimated audience of more than 1,300 to hear former White House Press Secretary Dana Perino and political strategist Donna Brazile on November 7.

To learn more about these opportunities, contact: Wagner, conference and special event sponsorships, at (317) 264-6876; Tim Brewer, Best Places to Work sponsorships at (317) 496-0704; and Jennifer Pferrer, Wellness Summit sponsorships at (317) 264-2168.

Symone Skrzycki is the communications manager for the Indiana Chamber. She is also a writer for the Chamber’s award-winning BizVoice magazine and has been with the organization for 18 years.