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There are two main ways to become involved in the 2013 WOFIE event, as a Not-For-Profit (NFP) challenge provider, or as an event sponsor.
Propose potential challenges to the entrepreneurial project team
Brief project teams prior to commencement
Provide information resources in relation to the challenge
Participate in workshop presentations
No costs or fees
Representation at key stages of workshop
Support event through branding and prize funding
Provide industry perspectives in workshop sessions
Share expertise and promote products and services
$10 000: principal sponsor (1)
$5 000: key sponsor (5)
$2 000: associate sponsor (10)
To express interest in defining a challenge to be addressed in the WOFIE event, an organisation will firstly need to submit a Proposal Form for Challenge Provider (Appendix A). Download the sponsor kit [245KB PDF]
If a challenge is accepted, the organisation becomes an official participant in the WOFIE projects and enters into a formal sponsorship agreement in relation to the project.
Organisations interested in sponsoring the WOFIE event may apply using the Sponsor Application Form (Appendix B). Download the sponsor kit [245KB PDF]
Successful sponsors will benefit from sponsorship advantages detailed on the form.
Closing date for applications: 30 September 2013