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DHC Media Kit | Sponsor Grid of Benefits and Prices
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Sponsor benefits

Build relationships with key executives

Fluno Atrium Your sponsorship of the Digital Healthcare Conference opens a door to networking and face-to-face discussions with IT and business executives. DHC 2009 attendees were 77% senior management including CEO, CIO, CTO, SVP and similar roles.

The Digital Healthcare Conference draws a well-rounded audience of decision makers including CIOs, CEOs, COOs and CFOs. Your sponsorship gives you access to sessions and networking to gauge what is on their minds and discuss their concerns in an intimate setting.

In addition to passes for your staff, we will extend complimentary registrations to IT professionals that you invite from your clients or potential clients.

Executive attendance: DHC consistently attracts business and technology leaders. Go beyond the individual sale and build strategic relationships with the executives who make platform decisions and set their organizations' technology direction.

Logo display: Your branding is included on a wide variety of materials including the DHC 2010 web site, brochures, flyers, e-mail marketing, and signs and slides at the conference. Brand exposure depends on which sponsorship package you choose.

Client relations: We provide template letters to invite clients to DHC 2010, as well as co-branded promotional PDFs and brochures with your logo to send out. Certain sponsorship levels also receive complimentary guest passes.

Conversation pieces: DHC 2010 presenters are experts in their fields and deliver high-quality keynotes and panel discussions that give you something to talk about during generous networking breaks.

Targeted advertising: Your sponsorship includes a market development fund for an advertising campaign on Wisconsin Technology Network, the premier source for business technology news in the state with a significant national and international readership.

2009 attendee survey

Download the DHC 2009 attendee survey results.

Here are some highlights:

  • 96% rated the conference as “excellent” or “very good”
  • 96% would recommend DHC to a colleauge
  • 84% directly influence more than $1 million in annual IT purchasing

Sponsors have direct access to this audience and will enjoy improved exclusivity due to our policy of putting all non-sponsoring vendor registrations on a waiting list pending registrations from purchasing organizations.

Limited sponsorship slots are available.

View last year's attendee profile and survey (PDF)

View a grid of sponsorship rates and benefits (PDF)

View entire DHC Media Kit (PDF)

Summary of sponsorship packages

All sponsorships provide value through brand exposure, included registrations, and advertising. Speak with a WTN representative for details; the summaries below hit only the high points and unique offerings with each sponsorship level.

View a grid of sponsorship rates and benefits (PDF)

Platinum: You have top billing and premium visibility. Only platinum sponsors join the symposium's advisory board and work with us to develop a customized opportunity to present or moderate during a session. Exclusive brand placement includes name badges. Sponsor the speaker and advisory board dinner. Includes 4 registrations plus 3 guest passes for your clients.

Gold: You have significant visibility during all parts of the event and the opportunity to introduce or moderate, but not present, a session. Sponsor lunch. Includes 3 registrations plus 2 guest passes for your clients.

Keynote: Introduce a keynote presentation or sponsor lunch. Sponsor the cocktail party. Includes 2 registrations plus 1 guest pass for a client.

Networking Break: Sponsor networking breaks and refreshments. Includes 2 registrations.

Sponsorship contact: Mike Klein (mike@wistechnology.com) or call (608) 438-1007.

Sponsors receive exclusive networking opportunities, branding, signage, face-to-face interaction with senior healthcare executives and more.

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