Funding Successful. This project reached its goal before November 23, 2016.

Promote Your Business at the IT Forum (and Friends) End of Year event

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This campaign successfully reached its funding goal and ended 5 months ago

250% Funded
  • $1,250 Pledged
  • $500 Goal
  • 7 Backers

Sponsor the IT Forum GC Celebrate 2016 Event

The IT Forum Gold Coast (ITFGC) is the largest, most influential IT-industry focused not-for-profit association on the Gold Coast having been established for 19 years.

ICT permeates through every part of our lives; few, if any, businesses could operate without it.

Recognised by Federal, State and Local government as the peak ICT industry on the Gold Coast, the ITFGC plays an essential role in supporting the community through the delivery of knowledge, expertise, collaboration and opportunities, to build the knowledge economy for today and tomorrow.

It aims to provide IT and ‘digital’ experts, consultants, business owners, professionals, and students with relevant and informative technical workshops and events, publications, networking, career development and up-skilling opportunities for its members, so they have the necessary skills and expertise to continually adapt and grow in an ever-changing digital world and economy.

As the end of 2016 is quickly coming upon us, we would like to celebrate the year by doing something a little bit different.  Attendees to the event will have the opportunity to have a go at miniature golf and have a swing at the driving range along with seeing some innovative technology at the Gold Coast’s newest sports centre and function venue. 

Details of the event:

  • When: Thursday, November 24th, 2016 from 530 pm – 830 pm
  • Where: KDV Sport, Cnr Chisholm & Nerang-Broadbeach Road (the big glass building with all the tennis courts)

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Sponsor this end-of-year event which will expose you to key members of the ICT and business community locally, nationally and internationally through our networks.

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If you don’t want to sponsor the event, yet still want to attend, click here to register.

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Our Sponsors (from this Campaign so far) …

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If you don’t want to sponsor the event, yet still want to attend, click here to register.

 

Enter Pledge Amount

  • pledge $500

    4 of 4 remaining

    Green Sponsor: ‘Clickable’ Logo (tiered) on Christmas event website and any other marketing material related to the event; Your company banner displayed at the function; 5-minute presentation at the event to pitch your business Framed 'thank-you' for sponsoring the event; Option to offer a ‘Door prize’ (not mandatory); Opportunity to place 3 of marketing materials or promotional items (e.g., flyer, voucher, pen, etc.) in the ‘gift’ bags; Thank you mention / recognition at the event

  • pledge $250

    Unlimited backers

    Silver Sponsor: ‘Clickable’ Logo (tiered) on Christmas event website and any other marketing material related to the event; Framed 'thank-you' for sponsoring the event; Option to offer a ‘Door prize’ (not mandatory); Opportunity to place 2 of marketing materials or promotional items (e.g., flyer, voucher, pen, etc.) in the ‘gift’ bags; Thank you mention / recognition at the event

  • pledge $100

    Unlimited backers

    Red Sponsor: ‘Clickable’ Logo (tiered) on Christmas event website and any other marketing material related to the event; Opportunity to place 1 marketing material or promotional item (e.g., flyer, voucher, pen, etc.) in the ‘gift’ bags; Thank you mention / recognition at the event

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