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sponsorship

An informal, unpaid 2- to 4-month work placement carried out at a hospital, in which a professional, student, or professional student  shadows a senior doctor as a learning experience, with the hope of receiving a reference from the senior which will help the sponsored student obtain a suitable post in the future.
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What organizers can do to align their sponsorships with sponsor objectives
Wendy Barbour, SSE Director of Sponsorship and Commonwealth Games, said: "The sponsorship of The SSE Hydro has been our highest profile project to date and so to gain this kind of recognition within the first year of the venue's opening is both significant and impressive.
Most prior studies documented a positive share price reaction following sponsorship announcements (e.
Slingshot Sponsorship is an innovative strategic sponsorship agency based in Central London.
Research also showed that sponsorship agreements were a recent phenomenon in municipal fiscal programs.
Progress, admittedly, has been slow, but what should be faulted is not the NASCAR-Rainbow/PUSH relationship, but the reluctance of sponsors to embrace and support diversity in motor sports by anteing up sponsorship dollars for minorities who can and will become the Tiger Woods or Serena Williams of racing.
We keep our gate admissions at donations and bring in a nationally recognized grand marshal and a headliner because of sponsorships," Baillie says.
Under the proposed regulations released in 2000, qualified sponsorship payments are not UBTI.
He defended the sponsorship program as part of a long tradition of community activism by the DWP, saying the cost of the sponsorships is a small fraction of the agency's budget.
CRICKET: Norwich Union will not renew their four-year sponsorship of the one-day National League when it expires at the end of the coming season.
Conference sponsorship offers you a critical opportunity to establish and extend business relationships with camp professionals.
Companies can benefit greatly from sponsorship, but it pays to do your homework first.