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Call for Sponsors

Sponsoring WordCamp is a great opportunity to support the community that has evolved around the content management system that we all love and use. Our attendees and presenters include small business owners, bloggers, designers, developers, entrepreneurs and educators from the local region, and across the country. We want to keep the event as accessible as possible to as many people by keeping costs down for our attendees. This is where you can help!
You can now sponsor WordCamp Manchester, so please review the packages below, and complete the Become a Sponsor form.

Sponsorships are limited, so sign up today!

Sponsorship Levels

Platinum (1 Available) – Sold Out

  • £750
  • 2 tickets to WordCamp Manchester 2015
  • Large logo placed on site sidebar (300 x 250) and on Sponsors Page
  • Blog post and social media update/s introducing your business as a sponsor
  • Individual slide introducing you on in the conference introduction

Gold (3 Available) – Sold Out

  • £400
  • 1 ticket to WordCamp Manchester 2015
  • Medium logo placed on site sidebar (250 x 250) (and on sponsors page)
  • Blog post and social media update/s introducing your business as a sponsor
  • Slide introducing you in the conference introduction.

Silver (4 Available) – Sold Out

  • £300
  • 1 ticket to WordCamp Manchester 2015
  • Medium/Small logo placed on site sidebar (150 x 150) and on Sponsors Page
  • Silver group blog post and social media update/s introducing your business as a sponsor

Bronze (5 Available) – 2 Remaining

  • £200
  • 1 ticket to WordCamp Manchester 2015
  • Small logo & link on our site sidebar (125 x 125) and on Sponsors Page
  • Bronze group blog post introducing your business as a sponsor

​Micro Sponsorship (10 Available)

  • £75
  • 1 ticket to WordCamp Manchester 2015
  • Branded text link on our website Sponsors Page

Please book Micro Sponsorship packages directly on the website on the tickets page.

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Claire Worthington

Masters Digital Marketing Comms Student, Front end developer, WordCamp Organiser, serial hoodie wearer, Codeclub volunteer, local charity treasurer and occasional blogger.