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Please help us to deliver our first Oxfordshire Your Green Future. Your Green Future is an interactive event which engages school students with a low carbon economy, and their potential role in creating this through their career choices.
Each event sees hundreds of 12 to 18 year olds work alongside businesses. Together they address a series of challenges such as; devising creative solutions for businesses waste issues; designing sustainable retail products; and voting for their favourite sustainable innovation. The Career Pathways Exhibition also gives students the chance to gain advice from businesses and training providers. Business sponsorship will support us to deliver an event at The King’s Centre in Oxford, on the 5th and 6th April 2017.
The event is an excellent opportunity to give back to the community and understand their perception of your company. Jaguar Land Rover
This event will engage with approximately: • • •
400 students, aged 12 to 18 25 secondary schools and colleges across the county 40 businesses, community groups and further education providers.
The pages that follow set out the sponsorship benefits available, both to your business and to your staff. Event details can be found at www.yourgreenfuture.org.uk
Your Green Future is a project by Severn Wye Energy Agency, a charity and not-for-profit company with a vision of a bright, secure and sustainable future free from fuel poverty www.severnwye.org.uk. The 2017 event is being staged in partnership with City of Oxford College, Low Carbon Oxford, O2i, Oakgrove Associates, Oxford City Council, Oxfordshire County Council, Science Oxford, University of Oxford and West Oxfordshire District Council.
Contact Karen Robinson Project Manager firstname.lastname@example.org 01452 835080
Rachel Brain Head of Education & Training email@example.com 01452 835069
brand exposure For your business... All sponsors will be promoted: • • •
On the website www.yourgreenfuture.org.uk On the welcome banner. In the event brochure, which is widely circulated reaching approximately: 100 businesses; 40 schools and colleges; local authorities across the UK; universities; government figures; business networks.
Additional core sponsor benefits • • • • • •
It’s great to be able to promote the green credentials of your business and really reaffirms how transferable your work based knowledge is. Really good opportunity for public engagement. Lush Cosmetics Ltd.
Prominent first page position in the event brochure for core sponsor logo. Opportunities to display your organisations banners at the entrance of the event and have a prominent position in the exhibitor hall. Opportunity to be a keynote speaker. Opportunity to collaborate with workshop facilitators to include working examples from your business into materials for the students. Promoted throughout the event, including during the keynote talk. Inclusion in all media promotion – the events have good press coverage and social media has become a very popular tool for spreading the word. Logo on the posters for schools (sent to every school in the area).
Additional workshop & exhibitor hall sponsor benefits • • •
Logo on the cover of the workshop briefing pack, sent to business participants. Sponsor logos will be included in the workshop presentation. Opportunities to display your organisations banners in the area of sponsorship.
Options • Core sponsor: £5,000 • S ponsorship of a workshop or the exhibitor hall: £1,000 • S ponsorship of the post event brochure: £800 • S ponsorship of the business to business networking lunch: £600
of Businesses said the events were a good opportunity to promote their organisation in the local area
Added Value For your staff... A range of on-the-day activities, including exhibiting and supporting workshops, are reserved for sponsor employees. These mentoring opportunities provide two-way benefits; for the students they get to meet workplace professionals, for your staff it is both an engagement and skills development experience.
• Help to develop and inspire young people, your future workforce
“By getting involved, outreach businesses are training the next skilled generation of workers in the field, and this is a strong asset to many UK companies indeed.”
• Channel CSR activity such as volunteer days
Centre for Sustainable Manufacturing and Recycling Technologies (SMART)
• N etwork with diverse audiences • Personal development for your staff • Generate new and unique ideas you never know what the students will come up with! • Tap into new skills
Helps sharpen presentation skills and appreciate your work a lot more when you remove yourself from it for a day sustainable job satisfaction! Rolls Royce
“It was good to see students enthused about the topics.” Western Power Distribution
“Tell your sponsors how much we enjoyed and valued it! Keep up the good work.” Teacher
“It was an eye-opening event.” Student
OakGrove A s s o c i a t e s
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