Get Involved: Become a Sponsor

Showcase Your Firm at the First!

MarketingCamp San Francisco is a first-of-its-kind Unconference—a gathering of innovation-focused, marketing thought-leaders to dialogue and brainstorm the marketing topics, tools, trends, and technology that we all share as passions.

Who’ll Attend?
300+ executives, entrepreneurs, service providers, and marketing enthusiasts

What Will Happen?
Dialogue and brainstorming in an exchange-focused, participant-driven agenda

What’ll They Do?
Share. Learn. Growl in 30+ sessions over a full-day event

When & Where?
Saturday, March 30th, 2013  |  8:00am - 4:00pm  |  Hult International Business School, 1355 Sansome St, San Francisco, CA

What’ll Fuel Them?
Your inspiration and support

What’s In It for You?
Being a part of a first starting in Silicon Valley and posed for global, viral expansion

Have your good name associated with the premiere marketing event of San Francisco as you showcase your company before hundreds of marketing leaders. And be posed to do the same for other marketing professionals throughout the United States and, maybe, around the world as we open these assets to them to address marketing innovation in their markets.

Be part of a first! Contact us now!

Paul Wcislo, MarketingCamp
M 408.203.2208

Mohamed Ali,
M 415.361.1391

Jonathan Chizick, Samsung
M 408.502.2325

Natascha Thomson, MarketingXLerator
M 925.200.5387

Sponsor Benefits

Platinum (1)

Gold (2)

Silver (2)

Bronze (4)
Logo on official website, literature, signage, announcements, slides Largest Large Medium Small
Event Table during unconference  
Collateral for attendees at registration desk    
Display your 6-ft stand-up signs    
Recognized as break sponsor    
Email registrant list 1 before, 1 after 1 after  
Three-minute welcome with slides      
Recognized as lunch sponsor      
Recognized lead sponsor throughout event      
Note: Promotion does not include all attendee and speaker communication. For example, space constraints on social media outreach limit our ability to enumerate sponsors in each message.