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Nov 17, 2012

Sponsorship Plan



We appreciate you taking time to consider sponsoring SQLSaturday #176 and we’ve put together some information that will tell our about plans for the event and show you how your company will benefit from sponsoring our event.

Event Overview

Think of a SQLSaturday as a one day conference. We bring in a lot of volunteer speakers, we have lunch on site, and we have a dedicated area set up for our attendees meet with our sponsors. We work hard to make our event a great experience for everyone, especially our sponsors that enable us to cover the working costs of this event. We’re expecting 100+ attendees at SQLSaturday #176.

How Much Does It Cost To Be a Sponsor?

To keep everything as easy as possible, we create only one all-inclusive sponsor plan, set to 500 EUR that includes everything we can offer:

All fees must be paid in advance. To register as a sponsor just visit and fill out our sponsorship registration form. We’ll email you an invoice that can be paid via credit card or check.
Of course we’re always willing to discuss custom solutions to meet your needs, so don't hesitate to contact us.

Event Logistics

We’ll open the doors to sponsors at 8:30 am. Sponsors will be provided with table and two chairs, and limited access to 220v power (please let us know what you need in advance). Tables will be located in the same area as registration and breakfast to make it easy for attendees to stop by your table. 

Lunch will be provided to sponsors that have registered. Please have everyone from your team that will be attending register at so that we can have enough food available.

Contact Us

We hope you’ll support this event! Please contact us at if you have any questions.


PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING DISCLAIMER: This is an independently operated local event. The SQLSaturday logo and the website for the event have been provided to the event leader at no cost by the Professional Association for SQL Server (PASS) as a service to the SQL Server community. Local event leaders are not authorized by PASS to negotiate contracts, make commitments, or act on behalf of PASS in any capacity. PASS assumes no liability for issues or problems that may arise from the event at any point in time.