Marketing & Sponsorship Opportunities
RCEM work on a like for like marketing policy. We have opportunities such as having your flyers at our events, links to your website on ours and links on our emails. For the opportunity to market your event with us please contact Harriet Ambroziak on 02070671263 or email the team at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Royal College of Emergency is the academic body for Emergency Medicine in the UK and many of our events are the leading meeting place for EM doctors. Sponsoring with RCEM events offers the opportunity to display your services, products and solutions to the right people at the right time.
Previous sponsors of our events have had the chance to enhance profiles and communicate key messages to their ideal target audiences. As a sponsor of an event you can have the opportunity to:
- Showcase your products and services
- Raise awareness of your company
- Network with your target audience
- Glean insights from your target audience; can be invaluable for future marketing and business planning
Bespoke and flexible packages are available. The College is open to sponsor ideas and requests and will work to ensure your Sponsorship experience with us is both rewarding and valuable.
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Facts & Figures*
Over 2/3 of the sponsors and exhibitors were satisfied with the level of access to the delegates.
Over 2/3 of the sponsors and exhibitors rated the sponsors' pack and assistance from RCEM as good.
100% of the sponsors and exhibitors were happy with the exhibition space available to them.
"I would highly recommend this truly fantastic conference."
"One of the best UK Emergency Medicine conferences I've ever attended."
"The RCEM conference is the best time to experience the future of our specialty, to hear the best speakers and to build a sustainable future for emergency medicine in the UK."
Find out more
To find out more, please contact Natalie Choi on 020 7067 1279 or email email@example.com
for details on Sponsorship Opportunities.
*Statistics based on the sponsor feedback from the Annual Scientific Conference 2015 in Manchester.