The 7th Gulf Education Conference Jeddah Saudi Arabia 20th –21stFebruary 2018


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Gulf Education Conference and Exhibition, Jeddah Saudi Arabia 20th – 21st February 2018

we are proud to invite you to the "7th Gulf Education Conference & Exhibition " taking place on the 20th and 21st of February 2018 at the University of Business and Technology (UBT) in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.

The two-day conference has a dual purpose. The program aims to address the current challenges, the opportunities, and the future needs of higher education in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. Specific issues will be examined from the perspectives of the State, private and public employers, and educational institutions through plenary presentations, case studies, and smaller discussion groups. And the conference is dedicated to supporting global education programmes through providing exhibition space for student recruitment and meeting space for facilitating partnerships between international institutions, academies, schools, and universities with Ministries of Education from the MENA region.

The conference format delivers excellent results. The speakers, panelists, and workshop presenters are among the top experts on the region. When combined with ample time for networking and informal conversations, the intellectual environment will be rich.

At The 7th Gulf Education Conference & Exhibition you can:

  • Meet in excess of 20,000 students who will attend the event.
  • Meet more than 200 top global universities and educators.
  • Network directly with key ministries and government officials within the education sector of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) regarding all your institution's offerings.
  • Meet one-on-one with Heads of Scholarship Funds in the GCC & Middle East (Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Kuwait, Bahrain, Jordan, and Oman) to establish institutional pathway programs.
  • Attend the program seminars and workshops to learn about the latest GCC visions.
  • Attend and exhibit at the Gala Dinner where you will meet education agents, local universities, education providers, and institutes.
  • Increase awareness of your institution or maintain your brand's position and generate more publicity.
  • Establish new contacts and network with your peers.

Thank you in advance for your support, and we look forward to fruitful cooperation and positive developments.

Who should attend

Ministers, Secretaries and senior staff in Education and Higher Education Ministries. Rectors, Vice-Rectors, Departmental Chairs and Deans. Those with specific responsibility for education for employment and employers who liaise with or want to liaise with universities.


Opportunities

THE EXHIBITION

The exhibition will accompany the conference and will be on the University of Business & Technology campus.

Purpose built stands will be available, providing everything that the exhibitor will require to hand. Suitable space will be available for international institutions and private sector organisations to meet with local institutions and delegates, creating an environment conducive to developing new business relationships and sharing experience.

CONFERENCE

The Conference will be attended by many leading academics, government ministers, the private sector and civil society experts to explain how Vision 2030 will be achieved and how education will play a vital role in the Kingdoms continued success. It will provide delegates with the most up to date, accurate information available about the realities of investing in and partnering with Saudi education institutions. Expert speakers on every element of what is required by the Saudi education system, what projects are in place already and what needs to be done for the success of Vision 2030.

VISITORS

Find the right course or training program and have all their questions answered on the spot by admissions officers and academic staff. It is the ideal platform for local and international higher education institutions and suppliers to meet with leaders of the sector and senior leaders in universities and colleges.

Advisory Board

Mr. David Lock

Director of International and UK Projects at the Leadership Foundation

Mr. Essa Al Mulla

Executive Director, National Workforce Development, UAE

Prof. Sultan T. Abu-Orabi

Secretary General of the Association of the Arab Universities, Jordan

Dr. Khalid Al-afari

General manager of Career Guidance & Recruitment Center (CCGR) at Technical & Vocational Training Corporation (TVTC) in Saudi Arabia

Dr Tayeb A. Kamali

Vice Chancellor, Higher Colleges of Technology, UAE

Dr. John Law

Higher Education Advisor, British Council

Dr Aisha Al-Azemi

Supreme Council of Education, Kuwait

Mr. Hanny Alshazly

Regional Director, Middle East and Africa D2L (Desire2Learn)

Prof. Khalid Bin Abdulrahman

Professor of Family Medicine & Medical education, Vice Rector for Planning , Development & Quality.

Professor Mohamed Loutfi

Pro Vice-Chancellor (International), Cardiff Metropolitan University

Mr. Carl-Johan Westring

Vice President, EF Education First

Prof. Ali Shams El Din

Partner Allied Consultants Group - ACG

Schedule

First Day

The purpose of the morning session is to hear from ministers, ambassadors and other senior specialists about what needs to be put into practice to enable universities to meet the economic and other needs of societies, what the priorities should be and what issues have to be addressed to achieve success. Evidence of successful practice will be included.

The purpose of the afternoon session is to explore how the learning from the morning session can be put into practice in the context of implementing strategic plans and introduce the technique of project planning.

The Exhibition
The exhibition will accompany the conference and will be on the University of Business & Technology campus. Participants are encouraged to visit the exhibition during breaks.

    H.E. Dr. Saad bin Saud Al Fuhaid,
    H.E. Dr. Nabila Makram, Minister of Immigration, Egypt.
    H.E. Dr. Ahmad Al Jarwan, President of the Global Council for Tolerance and Peace -UAE
    H.E. Prof. Ismail Abdulghaffar, Chairman of Arab Academy for Science and Technology, Egypt.
    H.E. Dr. Afnan AlShuaiby, Secretary General - Arab-British Chamber of Commerce.
    H.E. Christopher Henzel, Ambassador of the United States to Saudi Arabia.
    H.E. Simon Collins, British Ambassador to Saudi Arabia
    H.E. David Lock, Education Director Gulf Education (Conference Chairman)
    H.E. Prof. Osama A. Jannadi, Rector, University of Business and Technology, Jeddah (Host)
    H.E. Mr. David Lock, Education Director Gulf Education (Conference Chairman)
    MOU Signature

    Professor Yousef Al Assaf, President of Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), Dubai, United Arab Emirates     Dr. Faisal Al Allaf CEO, Makkah Techno-Valley.
    Eng. Sami Hussayeni, Vice Governor- SMEA, Small Medium Enterprises Authority.
   Dr. Jasir Alherbish Vice Minister, Scholarships Affairs, Ministry of Education - Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Chair: Dr. Mohanad Dahlan, CEO of UBT Company
Professor Yousef Al Assaf, President of Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT)
Professor Muthanna Abdul Razzaq, President and CEO of American University in the Emirates (AUE)
H.E Professor Abdullah Abdulaziz AlMousa, President of The Saudi Electronic University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Refreshment break
The purpose of the afternoon session is to explore how the learning from the morning session can be put into practice in the context of implementing strategic plans and introduce the technique of project planning.

Second Day

The purpose of the sessions today is to explore the issues raised from the morning session yesterday and how the implementation and project management techniques featured yesterday afternoon can be used to bring about real and sustainable change in a range of specific aspects relating to the operations of universities. The issues raised in the buzz groups on the previous day will be used as issues or examples, which will be explored in detail in three stands which will run through the day:
Strand A. putting project management into practice.
Strand B. achieving change through implementing strategic plans and with stakeholders: internal and external aspects.
Strand C. Developing Human Capital and Modernising Pedagogy, Implementing Technological Solutions, and Developing Social and Cultural Responsibility.

Each strand will include a mixture of input and smaller group discussion to ensure its relevance to the local context.

At 0900 there will be a specific strand for Students.

Participants will be encouraged to raise issues which they are encountering and to note findings or possible approaches which they can adopt on their return - thereby learning from both the presenters and fellow group members and enabling this conference to have an impact in their local situation.

Participants are advised to follow one strand throughout the day but may switch if there are issues which are particularly relevant to their situation. If more than one person is attending from each university it is recommended that each follows a different strand and that the learning is shared on return to the institution.

After the panel session, participants are encouraged to explore the possibilities and challenges of adopting similar approaches in their universities and start the development of action plans. There will be an opportunity to share the most challenging issues at the end of the session.

The Exhibition
The exhibition will accompany the conference and will be on the University of Business & Technology campus. Participants are encouraged to visit the exhibition during breaks.

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A. The key project management tools and processes will be introduced. The group will be facilitated in discussion after the input, identifying contextual issues.
Speakers: Professor Andy Gale, University of Cumbria
Target Audience: Everyone
Venue: Dr. Mohamed Angri Hall - CE Building

B1. Details will be given of how universities have engaged effectively and sustainably with commercial bodies and how challenges have been overcome. Participants will reflect on what they might do to build such relationships.
Speakers: Professor Bassam Abu-Hijleh, Dean of Faculty of Engineering and IT, Atkins Chair, British University in Dubai.
Mr. Martin Binns, International Recruitment Manager, University of Derby, UK. Panel Members: Professor Youssef Al Assf, RIT
Dr. Jawad AlSulaiman -UBT
Mr. Nael Fayez, Strategic Sustainability Solution Moderator: Dr. Basma El Zein, UBT
Target Audience: Everyone
Venue: Dr. Abdulhadi Taher Hall -CE Building

B2. Details will be given of how universities have engaged effectively and sustainably with public sector and other education bodies and how challenges have been overcome. Participants will reflect on what they might do to build such relationships
Speakers: Professor Eman Gaad, Dean of Faculty of Education, British University in Dubai.
Dr. Philip Hodgson, Head of Derby Law and Social Sciences University of Derby, UK
Professor Yusra Mouzughi, Interim VC, Muscat University
Panel Members: Mrs. Sofana Dahlan
Dr. Eihab AboRukbah
Dr. Salah Abounar, UBT
Dr. Taghreed Al Saraj
Dr. Haneen Shoaib, UBT
Moderator: Dr. Amir Dhia, UBT
Target Audience: Everyone
Venue: Prince Sultan Hall - CBA Building

C. Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) is the sector that any economy relies on to diversify its income toward growth and jobs creation. Unfortunately, SMEs development is humble in the Gulf region as high impact entrepreneurs suffer credit rationing. This is due to several reasons where human capital is the key to resolve this dilemma. Here, we will talk about the significant role of higher educational institutes to address and handle this challenge toward creating a real economic impact.
Speakers: Dr. Jamal Al Akkad, EV3
Target Audience: Students
Venue: Workshop Room - CE Building

A. Input with case studies from the UK, followed by facilitated discussion.
Speakers: Professor Andy Gale, University of Cumbria
Target Audience: Everyone
Venue: Dr. Mohamed Angri Hall - CE Building

B1. This session will focus on the outputs that employers require from universities and participants will be encouraged to reflect on what changes they will need to make to deliver them and how those changes can be made.
Speakers: Mr. Essa Al Mulla, UAE
Ms. Rawan Jalal, BUPA
Ms. Walla Nahass, Economic development consultant
Mr. Hamza Jeddawi, Job Creation Authority
Moderator: Dr. Najwa Salim, UBT
Target Audience: Everyone
Venue: Dr. Abdulhadi Taher Hall -CE Building

B2. This session will look at what new technologies are having real impact and what universities need to do to embrace them effectively.
Speakers: Mr. Salman Faqeeh, Cisco
Mr. Khaled Ismail, Oracle
Mr. Fadi Hani, Avaya
Dr. Faisal Arain, Niagara College Canada
Moderator: Mr. Majed Bamaes, UBT
Target Audience: IT + faculty
Venue: Architecture room - CE Building

C. This session will look at the use of new pedagogical methods in higher education
Speakers: Mr.Doug Cole, Higher Education Academy, UK
Dr. Sally Jeffery, PWC
Dr. Ashwin Fernandes, QS- University Ranking
Moderator: Dr. Rufaida Khashoggi, UBT
Target Audience: Everyone
Venue: Workshop Room - CE Building

A. "How to wreck a project"- By understanding what makes projects go ` wrong, we can mitigate these risks. Input with examples from participants , followed by facilitated discussion.
Speakers: Professor Andy Gale, University of Cumbria
Target Audience: Everyone
Venue: Dr. Mohamed Angri Hall - CE Building

B. Many writers seek to make leadership complex. Multiple views further complicate the situation. These affect adversely people's confidence to lead. Different traditions in the Region make some approaches to leadership difficult to execute. This session boils leadership down to its core elements and will encourage participants to reflect on their strengths and weaknesses in each of the core aspects and identify leadership skills that might be valuable for students and ways in which they might be developed. Each person will be encouraged to note what they try to improve on their return home thereby giving the session an action focus.
Speakers: Mr. David Lock, Education Director Gulf Conferences
Dr. Hanan Gouda, Academy in Egypt
Mrs. Sofana Dahlan
Target Audience: Everyone
Venue: Workshop Room - CE Building

C. This session is about the role of universities in social responsibilities
Speakers: Dr. Ahmad Al Jarwan, Global Council for tolerance and peace
Dr. Salah Al Haj, Sharka University
Mr. Maher Hadrawi, King Salman Humanitarian & Relief Center
Moderator: Mr. Mohanad Dahlan, UBT
Target Audience: Everyone including UBT faculty and Students
Venue: Dr. Abdulhadi Taher Hall -CE Building

Closing session (host and key presenters)
Professor Osama A. Jannadi Rector, University of Business and Technology, Jeddah (Host) David J. Lock, Education Director Gulf Education (Conference Chairman) Professor Andy Gale (Specialist adviser)

Speakers

Learn From The Leaders

The event will have an extraordinary line up of policy makers, pioneers in education, and experts in all areas of education development participating and offering their expertise and insight.

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Mr. David Lock

Director of International and UK Projects at the Leadership Foundation

Prof. Abhilasha Singh

American University in the Emirates

Dr. Afnan Al-Shuaibi

Arab-British Chamber of Commerce

Dr. Ashwin Fernandes

QS Intelligence Unit

Douglas Cole

Higher Education Academy

Dr. Eihab Hassan AbouRokbah

Al Mihad Arabian Excellence Limited Company

Dr. Hanan Gouda

The Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime Transport

Dr. Jamal Al Akkad

Enable Ventures C3, Dubai

Khaled Ismail

Oracle Systems LTD

Nael Samir Fayez

CEO Of Strategic Sustainability Solutions

Rawan Jalal

Director of Organizational Development at Bupa Arabia

Dr. Salah Al Haj

University of Sharjah

Dr. Sally Jeffery

Price Waterhouse Coopers

Sami Alhussayen

Small and Medium Enterprises General Authority

Sofana Rabea Dahlan

CEO & Founder of Tashkeil

Walla Khairi Nahas

Economic Development Consultant

Dr. Yousef Mahmoud Mohammad Al-Assaf

Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT Dubai)

Gala Dinner

Sponsored by
St. George's University


The Gulf Education Gala Dinner will be held on the first night of the conference and is proud to host the 7th Gulf Education Ceremony.
It will be a special night for all those attending. As the attendees dine on exceptionally fine cuisine.
The Gala Dinner promises to be a sociable evening with plenty of opportunity to network or sit back and be entertained!

Venue

Conference Will Be Held At

University of Business and Technology
Dhaban Campus
Jeddah

Getting Here

Address: Dhaban - North Jeddah
P.O Box No: 110200-Jeddah
21361 Saudi Arabia
Tel:+966 12 215 9000

Hotel Information



Conference Recommened Hotel



Makarem Annakheel Village

Address: North Abhor,
Jeddah
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Tel: +012-6562101

For reservation please contact:
Khalid Alwadee
Sales Manger
00966566509995

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Organiser and Partners

ORGANISER

Gulf Conferences Ltd (GCL) is a leading event organizer with specific expertise in events which have a MENA region representation. It first began in 2008 and has successfully launched and organized number of business to business and business to consumer events across a variety of industry sectors. With a wide array of expertise in positioning, marketing and all logistical elements of any event, Gulf Conferences possess its own portfolio of events namely in the education sector, as well as having a wealth of experience in being contracted to manage events on behalf of organizations.
GCL's main focus has been in the education sector and has developed its in-house events over the last 6 years, commencing gulf Education conference in 2010, which has been highly successful to date. In line with their expertise and success in this arena, they were also appointed by the Libyan Government to launch Libya Higher Education Forum in 2014, which proved to be extremely popular, and well-attended. In response to industry feedback, the Gulf Education event has prospered over the years and further events and partnerships have been developed such as the World Scholarship Program, Africa Education Summit and the Fujairah Careers Fair.


HOST

The University of Business and Technology (UBT) founded in 2000 stands to its commitment of providing quality business and technology education. From a humble beginning of being an Institute of Business Administration (IBA), it significantly grew into a dynamic University with two campuses: Dahban Campus for men and Sari Campus in Jeddah for women. UBT now encompasses four colleges: College of Business Administration (CBA), College of Engineering (CE), Jeddah College of Advertising (JCA) and a newly opened College of Law (CL).
The Vision and Mission of UBT permeates in the four Colleges assuring alignment of their respective directions.
UBT Vision is to be a leading university recognized nationally and internationally for high-quality interdisciplinary education, applied research, and community service to develop skilled and competent leaders of the future. UBT Mission: A private university that offers high-quality undergraduate and graduate education responsive to market needs.
The university prepares students with transferable skills required to excel as future industry leaders and entrepreneurs. UBT is committed to leveraging applied research, community service and provides an environment that helps students, faculty, and alumni pursue lifelong learning.

On this note, UBT has succeeded in producing a significant number of graduates that are well-sought for employment in different fields in the market, industry, technology engineering and even research.
The College of Business Administration (CBA) offers seven undergraduate majors: Accounting, Finance, Human Resource Management, Management Information System, Marketing, Supply Chain Management, and Insurance. As years went by, a postgraduate degree in business was offered to cater to the needs of the market looking for the expertise that will man both Saudi businesses and some other international companies. The Master of Business Administration (MBA) has put the College into the limelight attracting not only local nationals but also other foreign nationals. MBA provides nine tracks: General Management, Accounting,
Finance, Human Resource Management, International Business Administration, Marketing, Management Information System, and Supply Chain & Operations Management.
As the University grew, the program of quality has been altogether a part of its growth. The College of Business Administration degree offerings are accredited by the National Commission for Academic Accreditation and Assessment (NCAAA). Lately, UBT was awarded the "Institutional Accreditation" by the NCAAA.
Alongside with the MBA degree opening, the College of Engineering (CE) was started. The CE offers the following undergraduate programs: Industrial Engineering, Computer Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electronics and Communication Engineering and Information Technology. In addition, the CE now offers Master in Engineering Management (MEM) with three areas of concentration: Constructions Management, Industrial Management, and Quality Management.
Jeddah College of Advertising (JCA) offers three majors in Advertising Communication, Advertising Creative Design, and Advertising Management. The JCA is accredited by IAA.
The newly opened College of Law (CL) aims to be a leader in legal education in Saudi Arabia. The CL curriculum is designed to meet the goal of providing the highest quality of legal education. It requires a student to complete 46 subjects acquiring knowledge in diverse legal areas to obtain licence to become qualified national and international law practitioners.
UBT has a Deanship of Scientific Research (DSR) that supports faculty, staff, and students to conduct creative and innovative scientific research, serving the community and contributing to the economy. The DSR have established seven research flagships, an interdisciplinary research group covering researches in Agriculture and food, Water treatment, Energy conversion and storage, Electronics and Communication and IT, Transport and Automotive, Construction and building, and Health. Each of the seven flagships will be tackled from the perspectives of business, law, advertising, science, and engineering representing the colleges of UBT, serving the axes of the economic development.
Added to this is the existence of Students Affairs and Career Centers that help the students for job placements and career path advising. Finally, the Continuing Education Center (CEC), UBTs training and development center provides international certifications to professionals in various fields as needed and identified by the organization and business companies.
UBT stands to its adage, "Education for Job Opportunities
Visit UBT website

Our Sponsors and Some of Our Previous Partners and Sponsors

Sponsorship Packages

The 7th Gulf Education Conference offers several different levels of sponsorship opportunities. Participating as a sponsor at this event allows companies or organizations to gain direct exposure to their target audience before, during and after the event. It creates new marketing opportunities as well as demonstrates their level of support and commitment towards the education sector.

Each sponsorship packages has been carefully designed to raise the profile of companies or organizations. However, GC understands that some may not necessarily fit all needs. If you wish to discuss alternative options or create a tailor-made a sponsorship package which best suits your organization or company, please contact our sales team, they will be more than happy to help.

  1. Maximum exposure at a premier event devoted to those involved in the scholarship funds and the education industry
  2. An opportunity to build and reinforce strategic partnerships and relationships
  3. Capture delegates ’ attention in a variety of ways, depending on the specific needs of your business
  4. Increased marketing opportunities including visibility on the event website and associated marketing materials
  5. Network with industry colleagues and key decision makers
  6. Present latest innovations and new products or services to a pertinent audience, and showcase your expertise and capabilities
  7. Network with industry partners from state and federal government departments as well as the private sector
  8. Reinforce your organization ’s brand
  9. Build brand awareness amongst a relevant audience

Please view the list below for all available opportunities.

An opportunity to provide international level support to the delegates and partners of the event. This package highlights your company as the Official Airline Sponsor preceding the event campaign. The World Student Scholarship Education Program will promote the airline to all participants. This package includes:

  1. Full media coverage including two (2) interviews
  2. Your company logo branded on signage and promotional throughout the event named as Airline Sponsor
  3. Brand integration across all direct and digital marketing
  4. Audio-visual video to be aired (3 minutes long) at the Gala Dinner
  5. One (1) senior delegate pass and five (5) complimentary delegate passes
  6. Six (6) Gala Dinner Invitations
  7. VIP table at the Gala Dinner
  8. Logo will be featured on WSSEP.com as Airline Sponsor with a direct link to your company website
  9. A Forward letter about your organization and its participation in our event handbook
  10. Two (2) A4 company advertisement in the event handbook (artwork to be supplied by sponsor, check advised deadlines and guidelines)
  11. One (1) delegate bag insert (no larger than A4, to supplied by sponsor, check advised deadlines and guidelines)
  12. Full delegate list (subject to permission of delegate)
  1. Full media coverage including two (2) interviews
  2. Your company logo branded on signage and promotional throughout the event named as Platinum Sponsor
  3. Brand integration across all direct and digital marketing
  4. Audio-visual video to be aired (3 minutes long) at the Gala Dinner
  5. One (1) senior delegate pass and five (5) complimentary delegate passes
  6. Six (6) Gala Dinner Invitations
  7. VIP table at the Gala Dinner
  8. Logo will be featured on WSSEP.com as Platinum Sponsor with a direct link to your company website
  9. A Forward letter about your organization and its participation in our event handbook
  10. Two (2) A4 company advertisement in the event handbook (artwork to be supplied by sponsor, check advised deadlines and guidelines)
  11. One (1) delegate bag insert (no larger than A4, to supplied by sponsor, check advised deadlines and guidelines)
  12. Full delegate list (subject to permission of delegate)
  1. Extended media coverage and one (1) interview
  2. Your company logo branded on signage and promotional throughout the event named as Gold Sponsor
  3. Five (5) Gala Dinner invitations
  4. Company profile (150 words) and logo in the event handbook
  5. Logo will be featured on WSSEP.com as Gold Sponsor with a direct link to your company website
  6. One (1) A4 company advertisement in the event handbook (artwork to be supplied by sponsor, check advised deadlines and guidelines)
  7. One (1) delegate bag insert (no larger than A4, to supplied by sponsor, check advised deadlines and guidelines)
  8. One (1) senior delegate pass and four (4) complimentary delegate passes
  1. Your company logo and name branded as Silver Sponsor on signage and promotional throughout the event
  2. Your company logo will be featured on WSSEP.com as Silver Sponsor with a direct link to your website
  3. One (1) senior delegate pass and three (3) complimentary delegate passes
  4. Four (4) Gala Dinner invitations
  5. Company profile (150 words) and logo in the event handbook
  6. One (1) A4 company advertisement in the event handbook
  7. One (1) delegate bag insert (no larger than A4, to be supplied by sponsor, please check advised deadlines and guidelines)
Gain additional exposure and brand visibility for your company at the Gala Dinner, the highlight of the event, with over 350 in attendance last year. This package includes;
  1. One (1) delegate bag insert (no larger than A4 size to be supplied by sponsor, please check advised deadlines and guidelines)
  2. VIP table for six (6) at the Gala Dinner
  3. Verbal acknowledgment as the official sponsor during the Gala Dinner
  4. An opportunity to address guests and present an audio-visual video (3 minutes long) at the Gala Dinner
  5. Company name and logo on Gala Dinner invitation
  6. Exclusive signage rights with signage prominently displayed at the Gala Dinner (pull-up banners to be supplied by sponsor, please check advised deadlines and guidelines)
  7. An opportunity to place one (1) promotional item at each place setting at the event Gala Dinner (no larger than A5 size to be supplied by sponsor, please check advised deadlines and guidelines)
  8. Your company logo will be featured on WSSEP.com as a sponsor with a direct link to your website
  9. One (1) senior delegate pass and five (5) complimentary delegate passes
  10. Company profile (150 words) and logo in the event handbook
  11. One (1) A4 company advertisement in the event handbook (artwork to be supplied by sponsor, please check advised deadlines and guidelines)
Sponsorship of the refreshment breaks allows your company brand to be in full view of attendees. Sponsors will have the opportunity to display promotional banners, branded cups and napkins (to be supplied by sponsor by the advised deadlines) at the refreshment area. This package includes;
  1. Your company logo will be featured on WSSEP.com as a sponsor with a direct link to your website
  2. One (1) senior delegate pass and two (2) complimentary delegate passes
  3. Three (3) Gala Dinner invitations
  4. Company profile (150 words) and logo in the event handbook
  5. One (1) A4 company advertisement in the event handbook (artwork to be supplied by sponsor, please check advised deadlines)
  6. One (1) delegate bag insert (no larger than A4, to be supplied by sponsor, please check advised deadlines and guidelines)
Sponsorship of the official event delegate bag co-branded with the event name and logo (bag to be supplied by sponsor), gives your company an opportunity to gain exposure during the show and afterward by giving attendees a useful souvenir they will hold on to and reuse time after time. This package includes;
  1. Your company logo will be featured on WSSEP.com as a sponsor with a direct link to your website
  2. One (1) senior delegate pass and two (2) complimentary delegate passes
  3. Three (3) Gala Dinner invitations
  4. Company profile (150 words) and logo in the event handbook
  5. One (1) A4 company advertisement in the event handbook (artwork to be supplied by sponsor, please check advised deadlines and guidelines)
  6. One (1) delegate bag insert (no larger than A4, to supplied by sponsor, please check advised deadlines and guidelines)
This is an ideal opportunity to promote your company to delegates via a small branded gift (provided by the sponsor). Gift will be included in all delegate bags or can be distributed at key location during th event. This package includes;
  1. Your company logo will be featured on WSSEP.com as a sponsor with a direct link to your website
  2. One (1) senior delegate pass and one (1) complimentary delegate passes
  3. Two (2) Gala Dinner invitations
  4. Company profile (150 words) and logo in the event handbook
  5. One (1) delegate bag insert (supplied by sponsor by the advised deadlines, lightweight and no larger than A4 size)
The lanyards will be co-branded with the event name and logo gives your company great exposure. Lanyards are worn by all the delegates and participants during the event. This package includes;
  1. Your company logo will be featured on WSSEP.com as a sponsor with a direct link to your website
  2. One (1) senior delegate pass and one (1) complimentary delegate passes
  3. Two (2) Gala Dinner invitations
  4. Company profile (150 words) and logo in the event handbook
  5. One (1) delegate bag insert, no larger than A4 (to supplied by sponsor, check advised deadlines and guidelines)

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