Partnering with SATIC is an effective way to develop and strengthen your relationship with the South Australian tourism industry. Promote your services/products, build your brand and engage with members.
SATIC has a wide reach, representing tourism businesses in South Australia, from the large to the small across all regions and all sectors.
Sponsors are important and valued partners playing a vital role in the continued growth and development of SATIC.
Why Become a Sponsor of SATIC?
- Prominently position your organisation as a key supporter of the tourism industry.
- Promote and showcase your services and products to your target market at specific events.
- Maintain and generate new client relationships.
- Build your company profile and increase awareness of your brand.
- Promotion through SATIC website, information materials and communications.
- Connect and network with SATIC members.
- Interact with influential members and decision makers of the tourism industry.
Professional Services Promotional Partnership
This partnership is designed for professional service providers and consultants looking to build their presence through the recommendation and promotion of their services and having access to members of the South Australian tourism industry.
As a partner, your business will receive strong support, branding and exposure to members in professional environments and at several touchpoints across a 12-month period.
Events & Training Sponsorship
SATIC offers a variety of events and training programs for both members and non-members with a range of benefits at differing sponsorship levels. These include:
The South Australian Tourism Awards is recognised as a premier event on the tourism calendar, attracting widespread interest throughout the State. The Tourism Awards Gala Dinner, known as Tourism’s Night of Nights, is attended by more than 700 guests and provides the opportunity to publicly recognise and showcase the State’s finest tourism operators, while also offering a chance to network and celebrate.
The annual State-wide SATIC Tourism Conference is a must-attend event for tourism education, networking and professional development. It facilitates the continuous development of a dynamic, innovative and competitive tourism industry in our State. The conference program promotes best practice across a range of sectors and encourages thought leadership within the industry.
Talking Tourism is a popular networking event series which is hosted across Adelaide and various regions of the State each year, enabling members to connect with other tourism businesses while hearing from business leaders and champions of the industry.
SATIC are striving to make the South Australian tourism industry Australia’s leader in service excellence. The ServiceIQ – Smarter Business Workshops Program is designed to build industry capability, productivity and quality in tourism businesses through a customised workshop program in 2017.
Sponsorship offers a range of opportunities and provides a great platform to help your organisation achieve significant exposure and involvement in focused and professional environments as well as being prominently acknowledged for making an important contribution towards the continued success of the tourism industry’s highly valued peak body.
SATIC places great importance on recognising our sponsors and we pride ourselves on our communications with industry and each of our activities has a number of benefits according to the level of sponsorship. Your involvement will be publicised during the lead-up to each event(s) and over the duration of the year, as well as promoted on the SATIC website.
Sponsorship packages and commitment levels can be tailored to meet your needs.
Through your support we will develop a relationship where we can work together to identify other potential opportunities that could be integrated into the sponsorship benefits.
For a copy of the SATIC Sponsorship Prospectus or further information on how we can complement your brand, please email Bianca Borrett, SATIC's Communications & Sponsorship Manager.