To know if you’re sponsoring the right event, ask the following questions:
✅ Will the event have a chunk of your perfect clients? [ABSOLUTELY!]
✅ Does the audiences’ perception of the event match your brand image? [IF YOU HAVE A CREDIBLE BRAND THAT BELIEVES IN EXCELLENCE, YES!]
✅ Do the event and organizers share similar values as your company? [DO YOU BELIEVE IN HIGH QUALITY AND GREAT SERVICE?]
✅ What do you know about the event’s track record, attendance rates, and general buzz? [NSCW IS ALWAYS WELL ATTENDED AND GETS GREAT REVIEWS AS A PREMIER INDUSTRY EVENT]
✅ Does it fit into your event marketing budget? [NSCW IS AN EXTREMELY AFFORDABLE WAY TO GET IN FRONT OF YOUR IDEAL CUSTOMER]
✅ Have you established your critical objectives for sponsoring the event? [BRAND AWARENESS, CREDIBILITY, AND COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE ARE A GOOD START]
✅ Do you have an accurate framework for measuring ROI? [YOU CAN SET GOALS AND CONNECT WITH A SPECIFIC NUMBER OF ATTENDEES (OR ALL OF THEM IF YOU WISH!)]
Sponsor NSCW and find out what your target market is talking about; what their concerns are and what they are looking for when it comes to solutions. Spend more time understanding their needs and generate more leads.
PLUS … Gain an Advantage Over Absentee Competitors
As a NSCW sponsor, you will have an advantage over competitors who are absent. And for that reason alone, you can outshine competitors on the sidelines.
Choose from our wide array of sponsorship opportunities. There are options for every budget. Click here to learn more now.
With the assistance of Rutgers NJAES Office of Continuing Professional Education, BCONE is pleased to announce that continuing education credits have been approved for the NSCW being held virtually on June 22nd and 23rd.
BCONE is pleased to announce that James Smith, Sr., Environmental Compliance Manager for the City of Boston’s Department of Neighborhood Development is the recipient of the 2021 Geoffrey R. Forrest Outstanding Individual Achievement Award. The Award will be presented to Smith on Day 2 of this year’s NSCW, taking place on June 22 and 23rd.
We sure hope you got the message that NSCW is going virtual.
Now let’s talk about the five biggest reasons why you will want to be there!
Nominations for the Annual Brownfield Coalition of the Northeast (BCONE) Brownfield Development Award are now being accepted. BCONE established this award to inspire and recognize an exceptional sustainable redevelopment project in the northeastern United States.
You Are Invited to Be Part of the Northeast’s Premier Brownfields Conference
Are you a brownfield professional? Are you part of an organization that works in brownfields redevelopment or community sustainability? Do you design, develop, or implement brownfields solutions? Then you should be presenting at the Northeast Sustainable Communities Workshop (NSCW) 2020!
Nominations for the Annual Brownfield Coalition of the Northeast (BCONE) Sustainable Redevelopment Award are now being accepted. BCONE established this award to inspire and recognize an exceptional sustainable redevelopment project in the northeastern United States.
We have an amazing keynote speaker for NSCW 2019! Mr. Jason Bram, is a leading researcher with the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. At the Federal Reserve he researches and analyzes market trends in NY, NJ, and CT. At NSCW 2019, he will be discussing the “Economic Forecast: Assessing Trends in the Regional Economy.” This engaging keynote will explore the latest trends in the regional economy and potential impacts on brownfield redevelopments in the northeast. Mr. Bram will also delve into how Opportunity Zones may shape the market and will share the latest updates and outlook from the Federal Reserve.