How to Sponsor

Choose from a variety of levels and selected sponsorship opportunities to accentuate your presence at the 2014 ULI Spring Meeting.

This sponsorship program features five levels of recognition, each with a value-added package of benefits. Sponsors may select one of the five levels described below, and recognition will be determined by the total amount of sponsorship support. View the sponsorship prospectus (PDF).

Contact Us

For more information about sponsorship opportunities, contact:

Carla Clements
Managing Director, Head of Corporate Development
949-542-6122
Carla.Clements@uli.org

ULI BC – Local Arrangements Committee
Mica Wong
mwong@m1marketinggroup.ca

Ken Marshall
Phone: (604) 349-9907
kmarshall@m1marketing.ca

Sponsorship Levels

Principal Sponsor: $50,000

  • Company logo recognition as a Principal Sponsor
  • Two-page spread in the meeting issue of Urban Land magazine, which will be distributed at the Spring Meeting
  • Five complimentary Spring Meeting registrations
  • Two invitations to the ULI Leadership Dinner
  • Two ULI associate memberships
  • Optional display space at the meeting (10’ x 6’)
  • Space for company handouts on shared tables
  • Choice of one of the following items or events to sponsor: general session (includes an introduction), meeting pens, meeting padfolios

Platinum Sponsor: $25,000

  • Company logo recognition as a Platinum Sponsor
  • Full-page color ad in the meeting issue of Urban Land magazine, which will be distributed at the Spring Meeting
  • Four complimentary Spring Meeting registrations
  • Two invitations to the ULI Leadership Dinner
  • Two ULI associate memberships
  • Optional display space at the meeting (10’ x 6’)
  • Space for company handouts on shared tables
  • Choice of one of the following items or events to sponsor: town halls, leadership dinner, Full Member reception, cocktail reception, ad on the back of the Spring Meeting program, hotel keycards, meeting notepads

Gold Sponsor: $15,000

  • Company logo recognition as a Gold Sponsor
  • Half-page color ad in the meeting issue of Urban Land magazine, which will be distributed at the Spring Meeting
  • Three complimentary Spring Meeting registrations
  • One invitation to the ULI Leadership Dinner
  • One ULI associate membership
  • Space for company handouts on shared tables
  • Choice of one of the following items or events to sponsor: color ad on the inside of the Spring Meeting program, program track, daily e-mail blast, mobile app banner ad

Silver Sponsor: $10,000

  • Company logo recognition as a Silver Sponsor
  • Two complimentary Spring Meeting registrations
  • One ULI associate membership
  • Space for company handouts on shared tables
  • Choice of one of the following items or events to sponsor: kickoff reception, black-and-white ad in the Spring Meeting program

Bronze Sponsor: $5,000

  • Company name recognition as a Bronze Sponsor
  • One complimentary Spring Meeting registration
  • Space for company handouts on shared tables
  • Choice of one of the following items or events to sponsor: concurrent session, networking break, tour

Demographics of the Meeting

Based on 2013 figures, ULI expects more than 3,500 attendees at the 2014 Spring Meeting. The majority of these are ULI Full Members, the Institute’s highest category of membership. Only ULI members can attend the Spring Meeting, so it is an exclusive meeting of the Institute’s core membership, representative of the leaders in the real estate and land use industry. More than half of the attendees are employed by real estate development and investment firms.

ULI Product Council Meetings

ULI’s Product Councils are composed of senior-level decision makers influencing the real estate industry, and they play a key role in the Institute’s mission of providing leadership in the responsible use of land and creating and sustaining thriving communities worldwide. Through the exchange of information and the sharing of best practices, council meetings at the Spring Meeting offer industry leaders vital opportunities to further ULI’s mission.

What ULI Members Do

  • Developers: 37 percent
  • Architects, attorneys, consultants, and other service professionals: 33 percent
  • Public officials, planners, and academics: 16 percent
  • Investment firms and financial institutions: 14 percent