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Top 5 Ways to Attract Corporate Sponsors

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What You Will Learn:
  • How to attract sponsors.
  • The 3 biggest mistakes people make.
  • How to get to the decision makers.
  • Turning a "no" into an enthusiastic "yes".
  • Creating winning proposals sponsors can't refuse.
  • Spotlighting your assets.
  • Know how much money to ask for (Don't sell yourself short).
  • Getting your sponsors to renew again and again.

Did you know that corporate sponsors will spend $18 billion dollars to fund businesses like yours this year?  America’s most successful companies partner with sponsors. Why not you?

Sponsor expert, Linda Hollander, can help you. Linda has consulted with many businesses, speakers, authors, and charities to help them profit from the awesome power of corporate sponsors. Her corporate sponsors have included Fed Ex, Health Net, American Airlines, Bank of America, Staples, Citibank, Wal Mart, Epson and IBM.

Contrary to what you may think, your business is not too small for corporate sponsors. Getting the money to fund your dreams is easier than you think.

This teleclass is only for people who want success now. Those afraid of rapid business growth need not apply.  It’s guaranteed to be a fun and informative hour.

Linda Hollander

Linda Hollander is known as the “Wealthy Bag Lady”. She is the author of the #1 best-selling book, Bags to Riches: 7 Success Secrets for Women in Business. She is the founder of the Women’s Small Business Expo, which takes place every year in Los Angeles, California A popular international speaker, she is the industry leader in teaching entrepreneurs about how to get corporate sponsors. She is also the president of the International Sponsorship Association. Her sponsors and clients include Wells Fargo, Epson, Fed Ex, American Airlines, Staples, Marriott Vacation Club, Wal Mart and IBM. She received the Caught in the Act of Excellence Award and she has over 20 years of experience in business, corporate sponsorships, sales, marketing, design, promotion and creating lifetime customers. She lives in Los Angeles, California with her husband, Leslie Greenfield, and their two cats, Carmella and Sneakers.