Sponsors and Exhibitors
Showcase Your Thought Leadership To The Alternative Investment Community
Forge new business relationships, share your experiences and position yourself as a go-to firm in your sector.
RAISE YOUR PROFILE AND SHOWCASE YOUR THOUGHT LEADERSHIP
Make the most of the business opportunities available at GAIM by becoming an event partner. We can provide flexible and tailored solutions to maximize your time at the event and ensure you meet your business goals. For more information please contact Denise Typl via email or call: +44 (0) 207 017 6125.
Below are just some examples of how you can get involved...
SHAPE THE DEBATE
Raise your profile, share your experiences and position yourself as one of the go-to firms in your business area.
- delivering a keynote address to the wider audience
- participating in a high profile panel debate
- curating or presenting during a workstream session on a more focused topic
- leading a small group discussion under the Chatham House Rule
HOST YOUR CLIENTS AND PROSPECTS
As the leading conference for alternative investment managers and investors, GAIM is the ideal environment in which to further existing relationships and forge new ones.
Whether it’s breakfast, lunch, drinks or dinner, you can host a targeted or more general gathering of industry professionals in a high or low profile way.
Either let us know who your key clients are and we'll invite them for you, or host the entire audience to really make your mark at the conference.
RAISE YOUR PROFILE
If your main objective is to get visibility within the industry, we can ensure your brand is prominently positioned throughout the conference.
Whether it’s on stage, on delegate badges, bags, the conference networking app, the WiFi or via a Coffee House or Smoothie bar, we’ll make it work for you. We are also open to other ideas!
If you’re bringing a new product to market, having a space within the exhibition is a fantastic opportunity for you to demo your service to your prime audience and have great onsite presence. Located within the busy networking area where all breaks are held, they work both to encourage foot traffic and to promote client engagement with your business, your brand and your employees.