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Enjoy the Benefits of IFMA Sponsorship

WORLD WIDE ORGANISATION = WORLD WIDE EXPOSURE

GOOD FARM MANAGEMENT PRACTISE = APPROPRIATE USE OF YOUR PRODUCTS

Sponsoring IFMA links your company to promoting the responsible  management of agricultural  resources and the environment.

The IFMA Sponsorship Plan

This plan is being introduced to enable organisations to get closer to IFMA and benefit from its resource base.
IFMA has 1 specific sponsorship and 4 graded general sponsorships to offer companies or organisations that wish to support the IFMA in meeting its objectives.

WEBSITE SPONSOR
To sponsor the ifma.network website – the main vehicle for providing information to both members and visitors and IFMA’s “window” to the world.

Sponsorship Fee: US$ 4,200 / € 3,400 / GB£ 3,000 or the equivalent per annum. Long term sponsorships can be arranged at a discount.

Sponsor Benefits:

  • Company Logo & “Sponsored by Co. name” on the bottom (gold) bar of all website pages.
  • Company Logo and text paragraphs (>400 words) + hyperlinks  to company’s  websites on the Sponsors Page.
  • Complimentary Corporate Membership of IFMA.

(IFMA is happy to discuss alternative specific sponsorships that meet our objectives including scholarships for students or young farmers.)

Contact the Hon. Secretary to find out more

GRADED SPONSORSHIPS

To sponsor the objectives and activities of the IFMA.

Platinum Sponsor

Gold Sponsor

Silver Sponsor

Bronze Sponsor

WHY YOUR ORGANISATION SHOULD SPONSOR THE IFMA

WHAT IS THE SINGLE MOST IMPORTANT COMPETENCY YOUR CUSTOMER SHOULD HAVE?

No matter which product your organisation supplies to the farming industry, the answer has to be “the ability to manage their farming activities”.

  • This is as true for the peasant farmer trying to develop into commercial activity as it is for the large farmer or farming company.
  • Small or large the demands on “the manager” have changed and increased in dimension hugely with serious consequences for failure.
  • The avoidance of disease – the safe and appropriate use of chemicals – food safety – food quality – staff – environment – business – marketing – finance – all require better management skills than ever before.
  • Education and training resources are limited – governments in developed countries have reduced their funding – and those in developing countries often lack the resources and will to provide them.

IFMA mitigates these problems by offering a unique resource – Online and via Congresses – for the exchange of knowledge, expertise, ideas and strategies to cope with today’s demands for increased food production, higher quality and greater safety standards.

IFMA knows it can do so much more to help meet the farm management needs of a fast changing world. With your company’s help it will be able to do so.

We hope you will wish to link your company to these objectives and support IFMA in its endeavors to improve farm management world wide! It certainly has an important role to play to meet the world’s needs!

Contact the Hon. Secretary to find out more