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IIC Sponsorship

IIC Sponsorship

Is for large organisations active in global telecoms, media and technology and their regulation. IIC Sponsors recognise the work we do in facilitating open discussion and value the chance to shape the policy agenda and contribute to discussions from which the wider community will benefit.

Packages will be tailored to different organisations but IIC Sponsors enjoy all the benefits of Full and Associate membership as well as the opportunity for building genuinely close relationships with regulatory bodies around the world.

Additional benefits will be worked out on an individual basis but would typically include a combination of branding online, in literature and at meetings and more opportunity for facilitated private networking.

As an IIC Sponsor your organisation will get:

  • Two free places at Regional IRF meeting (for Regulators only)
  • Two free places at Annual IRF meeting (for Regulators only)
  • Free places at TMF meetings
  • Up to 10 annual subscriptions to InterMedia for distribution among colleagues in your organisation
  • Online Members' newsletter
  • Free places at Chapter meetings
  • Discounted places at the Annual Conference
  • Opportunity to shape the meeting agenda
  • Facilitated private networking opportunities
  • Access to transcripts and summaries of meetings
  • Priority booking at all meetings where places are limited
  • Priority will be given to members for event sponsorship opportunities

IIC Sponsorship is £12,000 per year

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