AiB – Apprentices in Business was created by local business people as a networking forum for apprentices; increasing opportunities in the workplace and strengthening the links between schools, colleges, training providers and local employers. The format is currently bi-monthly social networking opportunities, hosted in Worcestershire and aimed at focussing on a particular business skill, life skill or information best practice sharing opportunity.
Each event throughout 2015 is kindly being sponsored by a local company or organisation to support the growth of our networking group and to enable attendance to remain free for our apprentices. If you would like to support Apprentices in Business networking club, please see the Sponsorship section.
Contributions are kept to a sensible level, to allow SMEs to support the Apprentices Club, and give them an opportunity to present, or feed into the theme of their sponsored event.
If you wish to discuss this, please email email@example.com
We need your support
As our AiB networking group is focussed at younger people, we intend to keep the format free of charge for their attendance. Most other networking groups charge an annual or per attendance fee and we’d like this to be a point of difference for our group
In order to keep these events accessible and to showcase local businesses and organisations, we are now offering sponsorship opportunities for each of our 6 events throughout 2015.
The sponsoring company or organisation will have the opportunity for a showcase of their goods or services and may also feed into the chosen subject of discussion (whilst ensuring this is of added value to our target audience).
All promotion related to the event will include their logo and hyperlink(s) to their website. If a representative is involved in the subject discussion we will also feature a brief summary of their skills and experience (connecting to their Linked In profile if appropriate / requested).
A relatively small amount of money will allow us to continue this successful format and with sponsorship available from only £250 your support would be much appreciated.
Contact us now via email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information
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