Sponsor opportunities

Looking for a sponsor opportunity at an established HR event? The Vlerick HR Day is the place to be for HR professionals. Following 13 successful editions Vlerick Business School is holding the 14th Vlerick HR Day on Wednesday, 14 June 2017. Each time over 500 HR professionals and sponsors attending previous editions benefit every year from this day by broadening their knowledge on different HR themes and exchanging experiences during the various networking moments.

For this event we have tailored 3 sponsoring packages, providing an answer to your marketing needs! Are you looking for networking opportunities and lead generation? Or are you more interested in positioning your organisation as a thought leader towards HR professionals? Or are you seeking brand awareness enhancement or product placement opportunities? We have tailored different sponsor packages to fit your need!

THOUGHT LEADER

Excel by knowledge: strengthen your position as a thought leader in your domain by showcasing your expertise  

NETWORKING

Expand your business: generate new leads for your business  

BRAND AWARENESS

Be a brand champion: create brand awareness or showcase your high-end products to decision-makers in the HR world  

Orphee Van de GenachteRequest the sponsor opportunity brochure for more information!
Would you like to receive our sponsor opportunity brochure with more information and pricing on the different sponsoring packages? Or do you have any further questions? Don't hesitate to contact Orphee Van De Genachte at + 32 9 210 98 42 or orphee.vandegenachte@vlerick.com

 

 

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