Presentation on theme: "Sponsorship Proposal TIC Americas Finals May 30 – June 3, 2011 Centro Internacional de Ferias y Convenciones San Salvador, El Salvador."— Presentation transcript:
Sponsorship Proposal TIC Americas Finals May 30 – June 3, 2011 Centro Internacional de Ferias y Convenciones San Salvador, El Salvador
Who we are The Young Americas Business Trust (YABT) is an international nonprofit corporation that works in cooperation with the Organization of American States (OAS) We promote and implement programs that encourage entrepreneurship among young people in the Americas in order to combat poverty and seek better opportunities for youth.
What is TIC Americas? The Talent and Innovation Competition of the Americas is a platform of opportunities available to all young entrepreneurs in the Americas and globally to create and strengthen business ideas. TIC Americas is a a business competition that goes beyond the development of business plans to incorporate follow- up, mentorship, international visibility and incubation, among other benefits. The Finals will be held prior to the OAS General Assembly, the annual meeting of OAS Ministers’ of Foreign Affairs
Intention TIC Americas Finals aims to gather successful entrepreneurs and promising young innovators from the Western Hemisphere to: Provide entrepreneurs with necessary tools to grow their business by exposing them to services for startups Connect entrepreneurs with potential investors/customers Build/strengthen a network of future business leaders to foster regional trade Broaden brand awareness of products that attract and appeal to young entrepreneurs
Target Group and Demographics Young people from North America, Latin America, and the Caribbean between years old who have a business idea or own a business
Event Overview - Location Centro Internacional de Ferias y Convenciones
Event Overview - Activities Tuesday, May 31, El Salvador Day Conferences for Local Young People ‐ (1300 people) Wednesday, June 1, Finalists Training Day Training: Elevator Pitch, Business Plan Review – (200 people) Teams and Other Exhibitors set up their booths Thursday, June 2, Judging, Expo, and Opening Reception Finalists Expo, Judging, Opening Reception Friday, June 3, Conferences and Awards Ceremony Conferences/Workshops (1300 people) Awards Ceremony – Amphitheater (6000 people) Celebration Party – Venue TBC
Incentives All sponsors’ logos and corporate information will be displayed on printed material (flyers, agendas, publications, etc), websites, and e-blasts. Additionally, logos –size according to the amount of the contribution- will be included in the signage and banners within the event venue. Platinum sponsors will have a dedicated booth and promotional models to give away product samples Sponsors will have the opportunity to interact with OAS authorities, and other private sector representatives. Sponsors could also promote their cooperation to the public through their own web pages or press campaigns.
Benefits Access to a more than dynamic, enthusiastic young entrepreneur’s network in 34 countries in the Americas, generating business, trade and investment opportunities. Public Recognition by YABT and OAS as a social responsible business in the young people growing market of the Americas. Strategic Alliance with the OAS prestige, as the principal forum for dialogue and common action within the countries of the Americas. YABT works according to the OAS initiatives and objectives that promote adequate governability and social and economic development.
Sponsorship Opportunities Gold Minimum USD 30,000 in cash For general event expenses Your Logo sized in proportion to the contribution placed in: Event’s Agenda TIC Americas website 7 Banners Company presents a Prize at the Awards Ceremony 1 Booth
Sponsorship Opportunities (cont) Bronze Minimum USD 10,000 in cash For general event expenses Your Logo sized in proportion to the contribution placed in: Event’s Agenda TIC Americas website 3 Banners
Marketing Impact and Reach In the previous 4 years, TIC Americas’ promotional campaign reached the five continents. Young people from 97 countries in the world visited Total Impact in Numbers: 5,209,687 Internet: 3,707,395 Websites, bulletins, newsletters, ing, social networks, videos Prints: 669,750 Magazines, flyers, agendas, newspapers Events: 474,192 YABT workshops, videoconferences, seminars, live conferences Radio and TV: 358,350 Numbers indicate amount of people reached between October 1, 2009 to June 1, 2010
History PANAMA, 2007COLOMBIA, 2008 HONDURAS, 2009PERU, 2010
Contact us If you are interested in becoming one of our sponsoring partners for the 2011 TIC Americas Finals, or if you have any questions, please contact: Roy Thomasson Chief Executive Officer Young Americas Business Trust Phone: Young Americas Business Trust General Secretariat of the Organization of American States 1889 F Street, NW, Washington DC