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Remaining sponsor items for Nov 2024- updated in real-time

Frequently Asked Questions

Most frequent questions and answers about sponsoring Nov VISION + CW Ops West

Q: What is VISION West all about & why should I sponsor?

A: VISION West is the ultimate conference for buyers and sponsors – no tickets sold. By sponsoring this event, you’ll have a unique opportunity to connect with industry leaders in a 1:1 ratio to showcase your services and products, and gain valuable networking opportunities that can help grow your business.  

Q: What types of people attend VISION West?

A: VISION West is attended by the heads of the contingent labor programs in Global 2000 companies with titles such as Head of CW, CW Program Manager, Strategic Sourcing, Director of Talent Acquisition and more.  View the list of past roles and companies that have attended this event.

Q: How is VISION West different from other industry events?

A: Unlike other industry events, VISION West is entirely focused on the contingent labor market. This means you’ll have access to a more targeted audience and a greater chance of reaching clients and partners who are specifically interested in your services.  There are deep dive dialogues and minimal lectures. There are no intimidating exhibit halls.  It is more intimate with an executive and civilized vibe. Also, roasting S’Mores listening to bagpipes overlooking the Pacific Ocean doesn’t hurt.

 

Q: What is CW Ops all about & why should I sponsor?

A: CW Ops West is best for Staffing Suppliers looking to deepen relationships with new and existing MSP supply base managers and program managers.  Buyers will attend Day 2 of CW Ops.

Q: What types of people attend CW Ops West?

A: CW Ops West is attended by operational leaders in Managed Service Provider (MSP) firms with titles such as Supplier Relationship Manager and Program Manager.  Staffing Executives, CEOs and heads of Sales also attend.

Q: How is CW Ops West different from other industry events?

A: CW Ops West is focused on improving the success between MSPs and Staffing Suppliers.  There is a virtual 1-1 networking event the week prior to provide additional opportunities for connection.

Q: How can I make the most of my sponsorship?

A: To make the most of your sponsorship, be sure to prepare in advance. This means researching potential clients and partners, preparing your session, and practicing your elevator pitch to make a lasting impression.

 

Q: What types of sponsorship opportunities are available?

A: Our events offer a range of sponsorship opportunities, including speaking engagements, sponsored sessions, and branding opportunities like events, badges, and lanyards.

Q: How can I stand out from the crowd?

A: The key to standing out is providing value to attendees. Consider hosting a thought-provoking session or workshop with a client to share your successes (let your client do the talking) or generating buzz with exciting giveaways or raffles.

 

Q: What types of resources are available to sponsors?

A: As a sponsor, you’ll have access to a wide range of resources, including pre-conference marketing, post-conference attendee lists data, and dedicated support from the event organizers.

10. Q: How can I keep the conversation going after the events?

A: To keep the conversation going, be sure to follow up with attendees and leads. Use social media, email, or phone calls to stay top-of-mind and continue building relationships with potential partners and clients. 

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