Why become a sponsor at Schulich?
At Schulich, we will develop a sponsorship partnership with your organization that will match your marketing objectives and deliver real value. A sponsorship with the Schulich School of Business offers:
High-Prestige Brand Affiliation
Your organization will be partnering with a strong and recognized, global brand. The Schulich School of Business is consistently ranked among the world’s best management schools. Since its establishment in 1965, the School has fostered a tradition of academic excellence built on a foundation of global reach, innovative programs and diverse perspectives. The Schulich Global Alumni Network includes over 29,000 Schulich alumni living in over 90 different countries. Schulich boosts over 87 alumni chapters in more than 62 countries.
Exclusive Exposure and Access
As a sponsor, your brand will be strengthened among the Schulich audience: a global group of highly influential students, alumni, faculty and staff, as well as associated external audiences. Certain properties offer exclusivity at premier levels and the opportunity for unique activation.
Fresh Perspectives and Thinking
As a sponsor, you will gain access to critical thinking and dialogue on important topics related to a diverse range of industries and management education. Your organization will be affiliated with a highly respected, world-class professional development and networking events. You will position your organization to have its thumb on the pulse of the trending topics in management education and the economy.
Browse the events below to learn more about our current and upcoming sponsorship opportunities.
|TORONTO – ALUMNI RECOGNITION AWARDS
Thursday April 6th, 2017
Schulich School of Business
Contact the Development Office at (416) 650-8050 for more details.
For alumni volunteer opportunities, please sign into www.schulichalumniconnect.com and indicate how you are willing to help.
For more information, please contact:
David K. Bell
Executive Director, Development and Alumni Relations
Office of Development and Alumni Relations, Schulich School of Business