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Media Partnership

GO NET ZERO ENERGY

Media Partnership

Why become our event Media Partner?

Our events provide a great opportunity for our media partners to strengthen their brand profile before a global audience of some of the industry’s key players. Over 40% of our delegates are directly involved in the decision-making processes of their companies.

As one of the official Media Partners for the GO Net Zero Energy Business Summit, you will benefit from:

  • Promotion of your logo on the Business Summit webpage with a link and description
  • Complimentary all-access passes for the event
  • An opportunity to distribute catalogues, reports and publications during the event.

To find out more about the tailor-made partnership packages with unique benefits, please provide us with your details, and our marketing team will get in touch with you.

Our regular event attendees include:

FJODOR KEMPL
Marketing Executive

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