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The Chartered Institute of Housing is the independent voice for housing and the home of professional standards

    Sponsorship

    About the event

    What is TAI 2019?

    TAI is CIH Cymru’s annual flagship event and widely regarded as the arena where the Welsh housing world unites to network, learn and debate the major issues and challenges facing the sector.

    Featuring the largest housing exhibition in Wales, we are pleased to reveal a brand new floorplan for 2019.

    Held at Sophia Gardens, Cardiff, the venue offers exhibitors the chance to connect with key people in a friendly environment. The exhibition hall is central to the conference encouraging maximum footfall for our exhibitors, and by including a variety of events, sessions and focal points, as well as serving all refreshments within this area

    What’s new at TAI 2019

    TAI 2019 will see a refreshed format, new features and a new exhibition layout. We are moving to a two day conference, with more content aimed at a diverse audience working at all levels in the housing sector in Wales.

    The main conference programme will be dynamic and interactive, focusing on a range of key topics.

    On day one of the conference we will be incorporating our popular Housing Festival event. Breaking from the traditional conference format, the Housing Festival will feature interactive and dynamic sessions, aimed at appealing to frontline staff and the future of housing leadership.

    Due to continued demand we will see the return of our development seminar on day two of the event. The event is aimed at senior leaders, development and asset managers.

    Who will attend?

    TAI is the largest cross sector housing event in Wales. Exhibiting will ensure you meet with representatives from housing associations, local authorities and the third sector in Wales.

    By ensuring our conference programme is relevant for all sectors, we have seen a significant increase in our attendance figures.

    The audience profile will include:

    • Chief executives
    • Directors
    • Board members
    • Housing practitioners
    • Service delivery managers
    • Heads of service
    • Development staff
    • Housing management staff
    • Maintenance and asset management staff
    • Policy and strategy staff

    Why sponsor

    Sponsorship is a tried and tested marketing tactic that has the ability to achieve a range of benefits for your organisation including branding through association, increased awareness amongst the target audience and an increase in feelings of good will towards the sponsor.

    We offer a range of sponsorship packages to suit differing needs and budgets. We are also happy to work with your organisation to create a bespoke package to meet your objectives.

    Opportunities at a glance

    Conference gala dinner £5,000 +VAT -SOLD
    Speciality coffee bar and seating area £3,750 +VAT
    Name badges and lanyards £3,500 +VAT
    A4 laminated rope hande £3,500 +VAT
    Keynote theatre £3,500 +VAT
    Development seminar £3,500 +VAT
    Housing Festival £1,000 +VAT (joint sponsor)
      £5,000 +VAT (exclusive sponsor)
    Event signage £2,750 +VAT
    Exhibition drinks reception £2,500 +VAT
    Drinks reception £1,750 +VAT
    Pocket programme £1,200 +VAT
    Conference banners £950 +VAT
    Conference pens £850 +VAT
    Conference notepads £850 +VAT
    Delegate pack insert £299 +VAT

     

    To book one of these sponsorship package or for further information please email lisa.haddon@cih.org or call 024 7685 1745.

    General enquiries

    Lynne Hatch, Event producer

    Tel: 029 2076 5760

    e-mail: Lynne.Hatch@cih.org

    Sponsorship enquiries

    Lisa Haddon

    Tel: 024 7685 1745

    e-mail: Lisa.Haddon@cih.org

     

    CIH Cymru

    CIH Cymru provides a professional and impartial voice for those involved in housing and communities, working with organisations to identify solutions to the issues we face in Wales.