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The European Bureau of Library, Information and Documentation Associations is an independent umbrella association of library, information, documentation and archive associations and institutions in Europe.

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EBLIDA Sponsorship

EBLIDA (the European Bureau of Library, Information and Documentation Associations) is the umbrella association of all types of library associations in Europe. EBLIDA's membership includes decision makers from 100+ Library Associations with over 70,000 libraries throughout Europe.

Subjects on which EBLIDA concentrates are European information society issues, including:

  • Copyright & licensing,
  • Culture & Information Society, including Literacy.

 

EBLIDA invites you to review sponsorship opportunities to network and gain exposure for your products and services and offers you the best opportunity to achieve your goal.

EBLIDA sponsors - depending on the sponsorship level they choose - can gain from a variety of recognition and marketing benefits designed to complement their strategic objectives and priorities.

Remember, sponsorship is a great way to grow your organisation and demonstrate your commitment to the services that libraries, information, documentation and archive associations and institutions provide for all Europeans.

If your company is:

  • Looking to get in touch with the European library community;
  • Interested in contacting more than 100 Library Associations throughout Europe;
  • Looking for networking opportunities with over 70,000 libraries throughout Europe;

Look no further.

Apply now!

 

 

Benefits of Sponsorship

Three categories of sponsorship are available: Gold (€2,000/year),  Silver (€1,600/year) and Bronze (€750/year).

Gold Sponsor

  • Identification and acknowledgement as an EBLIDA Gold Sponsor
  • Promotional material at headquarters
  • Registration in the Sponsor section of the website with link to sponsor website
  • Company name/logo on selected print and website publications and advertisements (including posters, brochures, news releases, etc)
  • Permission to promote sponsorship in sponsor’s own publicity including logo
  • Free advertisement in the programme of selected workshops and reduced-fees for other selected publications
  • 1 free registration at EBLIDA’s annual conference and council
  • Booth or exhibition space of determined size at reduced fee during selected workshops
  • Logo and 100-word entry in the sponsors’ section of selected official publications and on selected event websites
  • Logo on the welcoming Powerpoint slide of the Annual Conference
  • Opportunity for a presentation at selected EBLIDA workshops at stipulated additional fee
  • One item of promotional material in the delegate satchel at every EBLIDA event
  • Logo on selected event signage
  • Opportunity to publish one article of limited size in the EBLIDA News annually
  • High visibility banner on EBLIDA homepage

Price: €2.000 /year


Silver Sponsor

  • Identification and acknowledgement as an EBLIDA Silver Sponsor
  • Promotional material at headquarters
  • Registration in the Sponsor section of the website with link to sponsor website
  • Company name/logo on selected print and website publications and advertisements (including posters, brochures, news releases, etc)
  • Permission to promote sponsorship in sponsor’s own publicity including logo
  • Reduced fee for advertisement in the programme of selected workshops and other selected publications
  • Reduced registration fee at EBLIDA’s annual conference and council
  • Booth or exhibition space of determined size at reduced fee during selected workshops
  • Logo in the sponsors’ section of selected official publications and on selected event websites
  • Logo on the welcoming Powerpoint slide of the Annual Conference
  • Opportunity for a presentation at selected EBLIDA workshops at stipulated additional fee

Price: €1.600 /year


Bronze Sponsor

  • Identification and acknowledgement as an EBLIDA Bronze Sponsor
  • Promotional material at headquarters
  • Registration in the Sponsor section of the website

Price : €750 /year


Apply Now or Contact:

EBLIDA Office
Prins Willem-Alexanderhof 5
2595 BE The Hague
The Netherlands

Vincent Bonnet
Director
Mobile: + 31 (0) 631 96 55 11
E-mail: vincent.bonnet@eblida.nl

Majella Cunnane
Administrative Officer
Tel: +31 (0)70 314 0137
E-mail: majella.cunnane@eblida.nl

 


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