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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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Applying event study analysis to assess the impact of marketing communication strategies: The case of sponsorship.
Sponsorship guidelines enable you to say yes or no to requests without seeming negative toward the causes you turn down.
To help the City Council and the public better understand the rationale for a sponsorship program, staff presented five key findings from its research at a meeting of a subcommittee of the City Council and then again for the entire Council at one of its regular meetings.
Opinion is therefore divided as to whether developments in sponsorship management have kept pace with the dramatic rises in its financial value.
He said the sponsorship will help the team achieve its dream of qualifying to play in the lucrative premier league in 2019.
The reason why organisations have shifted towards sponsorship is due to many factors: the ever increasing costs of advertising [4] the decrease of effectiveness in the traditional advertising [5] the changes in communication technologies and the fierce competition in the market [4] and the increasing regulations on advertising of various brands which need an alternative way to reach their markets [6].
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.
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.
The Anglican church, which is marking its 2$th year of refugee sponsorships with the federal government, "continues to be a welcoming place," says Ms.
Anyone having comments or concerns about the sponsorship program is invited to send comments and suggestions to tmccormally@tei.
Over the past two decades, corporate sponsorship has exhibited sizeable growth as a marketing communication tool.