3. REGULAR SPONSORS
As a REGULAR SPONSOR of DEMOCRACY ALIVE, you will get ‘brand visibility’ and recognition as ‘regular sponsor’ of the festival. This means that the logo will be featured in some of the main online marketing materials together with the other regular sponsors, leading up to the festival, during the festival, and after the festival (on the festival website, in social media etc.). Moreover, the ‘regular sponsors’ will have their logo (smaller size and with the other regular sponsors) on festival materials, such as physical banners, placed at locations on the festival grounds.
For the REGULAR SPONSORS of DEMOCRACY ALIVE, the hosts (European Movement International and Alliance for Democracy) of the festival will facilitate contact with relevant stakeholders that are invited to the festival by the hosts. Importantly, however, organisers will be arranging their own events and will in some cases be inviting their own - sometimes high-level - stakeholders to the festival. Considering this, the festival hosts can make efforts to facilitate contact, but contact cannot be guaranteed in all cases.
As a REGULAR SPONSOR of DEMOCRACY ALIVE, you will be given special VIP passes that will grant access to all events and receptions hosted by festival hosts (European Movement International and Alliance for Democracy, which will be hosting several of the main high-level events at DEMOCRACY ALIVE). Importantly, however, organisers will be arranging their own events, which in some cases may be private (e.g. internal events, meetings, discussions), and will, therefore, have control over attendees. As a sponsor, should there be a wish to participate in an organiser's private event, the festival hosts can guarantee to make efforts to facilitate access; though access cannot be guaranteed in all cases.
At DEMOCRACY ALIVE, the festival hosts (European Movement International and Alliance for Democracy) are creating a festival square where sponsors and organisers can organise innovative and inspiring events and activities pertaining to their brand, as well as on issues that they care most about. Festival hosts are already in contact with providers of all the basic infrastructure, such as tents, audio equipment, tables, chairs (etc.) and will make sure that basic needs are in place upon arrival. Moreover, the hosts are in touch with the local business community in Texel and can facilitate contact with local venues (cafes, hotels, restaurants, cinemas) if these venues are more appropriate for the kind of content sponsors would be interested in providing. On the festival square, sponsors and organisers will have designated locations for activities. REGULAR SPONSORS will have access to a location.