Want to Sponsor?

Do you want to be part of the most fun Awards show around?

The Awards position the iQ brand in front of the right audience and help recognise and reward the dynamic Irish web community. It’s a great format, informal and fun to attend. – iQ Content

We’re blessed each year with the Web Awards because we have a high percentage of repeat sponsors and it isn’t difficult to sign up new sponsors either. The Web Awards are probably unlike any Awards show that you’ll be involved with, unless you’ve been to the Blog Awards or the Social Media Awards, our sister events. This is an idea of what happens, taken from the 2013 Social Media Awards:

Category Sponsorship packages:
Early Bird €777 including VAT
Pre-October €888 including VAT

The list of available categories are listed here.

For that, what do you get?

  • Name and logo on all photo backgrounds.
  • Name and link on the website, next to your category through each stage (Nominated, Round 1+2, Finalist, Winner).
  • Name called out for your category on the night.
  • 5 tickets to the event.
  • Meeting some awesome people on the night.
  • Sugar high from the treats on the night.

We love the ethos behind the Mulley Communications events. Unlike many events and awards that are more concerned with the economic benefits for the organiser, the Mulley events are geared towards the Irish Internet Community. – Blacknight

Want to be involved? Email Michelle or Damien on 2013@webawards.ie

The Web Awards are fun, informal, full of love, sweets, cupcakes, nerds and even more fun. Unlike other shows there is no fee to nominate a website, there is no sit-down meal and dress code. Tickets too for the event are usually about 1/5th to 1/10th of the cost to attend other shows.

Colm Lyon, CEO of headline sponsor Realex Payments

Colm Lyon, CEO of headline sponsor Realex Payments

Sponsors are encouraged to attend on the night and chip in to having fun. Sponsors can’t be nominated in any of the categories either and do not judge the category that they are sponsoring.

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