ASNEN is a not-for-profit registered Australian charity. As such we rely entirely on corporate and private sponsorship to help us achieve our mission – to facilitate the delivery of evidence-based acute stroke care by providing stroke-specific education and networking opportunities for Australian stroke nurses.
Sponsorship can occur in 2 ways:
- Unrestricted educational grants (please see Corporate and Private Sponsorship)
- Event sponsorship
Our premier event, the annual Stroke Nurse Leaders Symposium (SNLS) is an invitation-only day of education and networking for the senior leaders in Australian stroke nursing. Our nurses receive cutting edge advice and updates in stroke care, management, and research by stroke experts. They collaborate and network with their peers on a national level and leave the day armed with the latest resources and support to best improve and manage patient care in their workplaces.
This event can only run with the support of our sponsors. You can help support Australian stroke nursing leaders, and thus patient care, by becoming a Platinum, Gold or Bronze event sponsor or by providing an unrestricted educational grant. By being a sponsor, you’ll help us to extend more invitations to Australian stroke nurses and allow us to provide the highest quality educational experiences and networking opportunities to our nurses.
Sponsorship options for the Stroke Nurse Leaders Symposium are as follows:
Platinum event sponsor $40,000 and above
Includes: Fixed corporate branding on SNLS website homepage, primary placing of corporate branding in all promotional materials, attendance of 4 company representatives during the event, option for trade display at event, option for cross promotion of relevant services and events, option to develop targeted education and marketing strategies with ASNEN Board.
Gold event sponsor $20,000-$40,000
Includes: Corporate branding in all promotional materials, attendance of 3 company representatives during the event, option for trade display at event.
Silver event sponsor $10,000-$20,000
Includes: Corporate branding in all promotional materials, attendance of 2 company representatives during the event, option for small display space for promotional materials.
Bronze event sponsor $3,000-$10,000
Includes: Corporate branding in all promotional materials, attendance of 1 company representative during the event, option for small display space for promotional materials, pending availability of space.
ASNEN’s national webinars enable acute stroke nurses from across Australia to access education from an extensive list of highly acclaimed educators. Webinars ensure current stroke specific education is accessible to all clinicians regardless of location and time barriers.
Each webinar is accessed by approximately 250 stroke clinicians across many health specialties and facilities Australia wide. These recorded events are also retrospectively accessible for those unable to attend the live event.
Webinar series sponsorship $1,000
Includes: Sponsorship of 4 webinars, fixed corporate branding on webinar homepage, corporate branding in all promotional materials
Single webinar sponsorship $300
Includes: Corporate branding in all promotional materials
Support the nurses working hard to improve stroke care through an acknowledgment of their dedication and achievements. A monthly winner will be chosen from nominated nurses, with an ASNEN Nurse of the Year award announced annually from the monthly winners.
Winners will receive a prize and a certificate and will be featured on our webpage and social media pages to promote their achievements and inspire other nurses.
Single award $50
Includes: Single award for one-month, corporate branding on all promotional material
Award series: $600
Includes: Sponsorship of 12 awards over one year, fixed corporate branding on award website homepage, corporate branding on all promotional materials
Nurse of the year award: $200
Includes: Sponsorship of the annual end-of-year prize, fixed corporate branding on award homepage, corporate branding on all promotional materials