The Future of Sponsorship Sales
Selling sponsorship is hard work.
The marketplace is competitive, growing in complexity, revenue goals increase every year and it’s getting harder and harder to stand out in a noisy crowd.
Despite this reality, sponsorship spending is increasing every year and sponsors are actively looking for new partners to help them reach their goals.
As sponsorship evolves, so too must your approach.
That’s where we come in.
The Company We Keep
Every client challenge is unique. So is our approach.
Here’s a selection of the events we have
helped reach their commercial goals.
ThinkFest The Business Book Awards Haynes Motor Museum Race Nation
We Are Like Minds The National Trust Supercar Festival
Inspire Business British Blind Sport Motorcycle Live
Action for Blind People South West Outdoor Festival Top of the Gorge Festival
What we do
For Rights Holders
What to expect
After 7 years, we’ve finally worked out why our clients rate us so highly.
It’s the consistent and dogged application of these three traits…
We offer a simple and clear pricing structure so you know exactly what to expect.
What Our Clients Say
“KURB are the go to agency for maximising the potential of your event. They deliver, it’s as simple as that” –
“Darrell has shown absolute integrity in finding us the best channels for our project, we have increased our budget to take advantage of all of the opportunities”
“having this level of experience at our disposal has been amazing and I look forward to working with you again next year”
“I would recommend KURB to anyone looking at event sponsorship as a marketing tool, they know what they are doing”
“KURB have gone above and beyond our expectations, delivering more value for our budget than I had hoped for”
Turning brands into partners
The commercial landscape has evolved.
Sponsorship must deliver tangible business returns for a brand.
We navigate this new world to maximise and future proof any sponsorship investment and ensure
all traditional and non-traditional
sponsorship options are considered, valued and maximised.