WGR’s annual Professional Women in Advocacy Conference is around the corner, and this year’s virtual event offers sponsors a unique opportunity to support women in government
WGR’s annual Professional Women in Advocacy Conference is around the corner, and this year’s virtual event offers sponsors a unique opportunity
to support women in government relations, provide professional development for your staff and discover innovative ways to showcase
your organizations super power. (i.e. mission, new product or whatever you do best!)
Not sure about the benefits of sponsoring a virtual conference?
Numbers, Numbers, Numbers - Record attendance is expected due to money saved by the reduced registration fee and no
Reach new audiences - First WGR event where half of our attendees are expected to be located outside of the Washington,
DC metropolitan area – our mailing list is 30,000 and growing.
Maximum exposure - Did we mention our new virtual platform is so cool and your logo would be everywhere?
Get Creative – Want PWIA attendees to remember your organization? Host an event for everyone or by invitation only.
Save Time - Opportunities to connect with attendees without the hassle of travel, setting up a booth or sitting around
Benefits of a Virtual Expo Hall!
Connect one on one and in small groups.
There are expo hall hours, but an attendee can send a chat or ask to meet at any time.
Set up meetings as your schedule allows before, during and after the conference.
Show a live product, chat, poll and more!
This conference would not be possible without the support of our sponsors. Working together, we can continue to advocate, support and empower professional women for generations to come. Check out our Sponsor Prospectus or contact WGR to discuss opportunities and packages.
PWIA is the first item on our sponsorship list every year. We have proudly supported from the beginning. The programming is exceptional as it includes advocacy experts, innovative approaches in the field, and important professional development topics to help advocates increase their effectiveness. The conference fills a niche not previously addressed and gets better each year.
Elizabeth Bartz, President & CEO, State and Federal Communications