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sponsor

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An individual, company, institution or organisation responsible for initiating and managing a clinical trial; it may or may not be the main funding body. A corporation or agency whose employees conduct a clinical trial is considered a sponsor; the employees are considered investigators.

sponsor

(spon′sŏr) [L. fr. spondere, to promise]
1. A mentor or supporter.
2. An individual or an organization providing the financial backing for a clinic, hospital, medical mission, professorship, or research study.
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Bunu committed to account for the sponsorship and be transparent in everything they did.
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337) as "that value of T for which the value of the estimated survivor function is .5." In the example of this study, the median lifetime is the point in which exactly half of the sponsorships have ended and half have survived.
Keywords: Sport sponsorship; Objectives of sports sponsorship; Criteria for selection of sport sponsorship; measurement tool for sports sponsorship
She added: "Close to 40 children are on this programme, receiving quality professional training and close to 35 more children are awaiting support in terms of fee sponsorship."
Many major employers, nevertheless, postpone transferring the sponsorship of their new employees, forcing expats to look for temporary Saudi sponsors until their employers deliver.
VAUXHALL Motors is adding to its UK football sponsorship portfolio by becoming the official automotive partner of Liverpool Football Club.
Fortunato (business, area of communication, and media management, Fordham U.) enumerates the principles and practices of sport sponsorship, detailing the theoretical foundation of promotional communication (including branding) and its role in persuasion, the need for sponsorship as a form of promotional communication, the fundamentals of practice, key decisions of companies when developing sponsorship programs, and examples of how companies are implementing and executing sponsorships.
Unlike traditional marketing vehicles, sponsorships enable marketers to connect with consumers in very emotional situations and brand and corporate image can be enhanced via associations with positively viewed events (Miyazaki & Morgan, 2001).