IAIA15 Sponsorship Opportunities brochure (English) (Italiano)

IAIA welcomes conference sponsorship in any amount. Sponsorship can be applied either toward specific components of the conference program (e.g., coffee breaks, plenary sessions) or as a general contribution. Please see the IAIA15 Sponsorship Opportunities brochure for more details about what can be sponsored and the benefits available to your organization.

Current IAIA15 Sponsors

Why sponsor IAIA15?
Who will attend?
What can I sponsor?
What benefits do sponsors receive?
We’re interested.  Who do we contact?


Why sponsor IAIA15?

IAIA is the only interdisciplinary international association dedicated to impact assessment. Our annual conferences bring together a unique mix of experts and professionals, and a unique opportunity for you to promote your organization. Our conference in 2014 included nearly 770 people from 59 countries.

  • Increase your visibility before an international audience of environmental and social professionals.
  • Be recognized as a global thought leader.
  • Demonstrate your commitment to sustainability and corporate social responsibility.
  • Be associated with other industry leaders.
  • Ensure that your company or institution information is forefront during the conference.
  • Enhance your presence internationally.
  • Give your staff the opportunity to network with leading practitioners and experts.
  • Ensure that your company will be remembered by the delegates long after the event is over.


Who will attend?

IAIA15 is expected to attract approximately 1,000 international delegates from 80+ nations around the world, with a large concentration expected from Europe. Delegates will include:

  • Corporate and industry leaders
  • Not-for-profit lenders (e.g., World Bank)
  • Policy makers and decision makers
  • Aboriginal organizations
  • Practitioners and users of impact assessment
  • Consultants providing impact assessment services
  • Government agency staff
  • Legislators
  • Industry practitioners
  • Educators, researchers, trainers and students
  • Non-government organizations (NGOs)


At IAIA14, held in Viña del Mar, Chile, 36% of the delegates were consultants or worked for consultancies.  Another 23% were from either national or local government, while 14% were from educational institutions, either as students or professors.  Another 11% was from industry.

IAIA14 Delegates


What can I sponsor?

Below is a list of items that may be sponsored at IAIA15.  Please see the Sponsorship Opportunities brochure for more details.  If you prefer not to sponsor something specific, general contributions are always welcome and contribute to the overall success of the event.

  • IAIA15 mobile application
  • Delegate satchels
  • Opening reception
  • Coffee breaks
  • Lunches
  • Note pads for delegates
  • Pens for delegates
  • Conference banquet
  • Theme forums
  • Concurrent sessions
  • Opening plenary
  • Closing plenary
  • Final program
  • Support participation of delegates from developing countries


What benefits do sponsors receive?

IAIA offers five sponsorship category levels: Reef, Island, Continent, Earth, and Premier.  Each category has a different range of benefits.  Some of these benefits are shown below.  A detailed breakdown of benefits by category is available in the IAIA15 Sponsorship Opportunities brochure

  • Complimentary and half-price registrations
  • Recognition in IAIA e-newsletter (circulation 9,000+)
  • Ad space in the final program
  • Online recognition:
    • IAIA15 sponsors page
    • IAIA-Italia affiliate site
    • Italian IAIA15 Facebook page
  • Recognition in final program
  • Discount on exhibit booth
  • Complimentary Corporate IAIA membership
  • Discount on training courses
  • Mention in IAIA15 news releases


We’re interested.  Who do we contact?

We encourage you to review the Sponsorship Opportunities brochure to see which opportunities most interest your company.  If you have decided to become a sponsor or would like more information, you can contact

Roberta Vicentini

IAIA International Headquarters:
Bridget John