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Sponsorship

Sponsoring the Awards is a great way to raise the profile of your brand and to network with leading figures from across the public sector counter fraud arena.

For full details of the exposure you can expect to receive, download our sponsorship leaflet (PDF, 738KB).

Sponsorship will:

  • raise the profile of your brand;
  • allow you to reach and engage with highly-targeted and relevant audiences;
  • increase awareness of your organisation, brand, product or service;
  • create association with the excellence, independence and credibility; and
  • influence the people responsible for much of the UK’s counter fraud expenditure.

Packages available:

Table Sponsor

  • A table of 10 with the opportunity to request delegates with whom you wish to be seated, including Award nominee(s) and organising bodies
  • Branding on the table
  • Your logo and a 60 word company profile on the Awards website
  • Your logo on promotional material available at the Awards ceremony
  • Invitation to CIPFA pre-Awards event

£2,500 +VAT

Award Category Sponsor

  • Your logo on the ceremony’s presentation slides
  • A table of 10 with the opportunity to request delegates with whom you wish to be seated, including Award nominee(s) and organising bodies
  • Opportunity to interview winners of the sponsored Award for your own marketing purposes
  • Your logo and a 60 word company profile on the Awards website
  • Named as Award category sponsor on the website and in emails promoting the Awards
  • Your logo on promotional material available at the ceremony
  • Invitation to CIPFA pre-Awards event

£6,000 +VAT

Headline Sponsor

  • Pull-up banner stand at the Awards ceremony
  • Your logo in a prominent position on the ceremony’s presentation slides
  • A table of 10 in a prime location with the opportunity to request delegates with whom you wish to be seated, including Award nominee(s) and organising bodies
  • Opportunity to provide a branded gift on your table
  • Access to the list of attendees (name and organisation) after the Awards ceremony
  • A sponsor message in the post-Awards email congratulating the winners
  • Your sponsorship announced via emails promoting the Awards, the Public Finance email newsletter and social media
  • Your logo and a 60 word company profile on the Government Counter Fraud Awards website (listed as headline sponsor)
  • Your logo on emails promoting the Awards
  • Your logo on the front page of the promotional material available at the ceremony
  • Invitation to CIPFA pre-Awards event

Price on application.

To discuss the sponsorship opportunities available, please contact Marcus Baxby:

E: marcus.baxby@cipfa.org
T: 020 7543 5841

Award Sponsors

Gowling WLG

Gowling WLG is an international law firm created by the combination of Gowlings, a leading Canadian law firm, and Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co (WLG), a leading UK-based international law firm.

With more than 1,400 legal professionals in 19 cities worldwide, we provide our clients with in-depth expertise in key global sectors and a suite of legal services at home and abroad. We see the world through our clients’ eyes, collaborating across countries, offices, service areas and sectors to help them succeed – no matter how challenging the circumstances. Learn more at gowlingwlg.com.

Synectics Solutions Ltd.

Synectics Solutions has been working with the Cabinet Office to help combat fraud for over 20 years. Our data management and software solutions have prevented over £1.3 billion in fraudulent or mistaken payments through the National Fraud Initiative (NFI). Our AppCheck, ReCheck and FraudHub software also enables public sector organisations to increase their ability to prevent fraud from impacting their budgets. Learn more at www.synectics-solutions.com.

Award Partners

The Cabinet Office

The Cabinet Office’s Fraud, Error, Debt and Grants (FED) team is at the forefront of tackling fraud and error across government.

FED is a multidisciplinary team driving the counter fraud and error agenda in government through a range of policies and initiatives such as the creation of HMG Counter Fraud Profession. This groundbreaking initiative is to ensure that the government has the skills to identify, understand and reduce fraud and error loss.

CIPFA Counter Fraud Centre

The CIPFA Counter Fraud Centre was launched in 2014 to lead and coordinate the fight against fraud and corruption across the public services. The Centre offers training and a range of products and services to help organisations detect, prevent and recover fraud losses.

It leads on the national counter fraud and anti-corruption strategy for local government, ‘Fighting Fraud and Corruption Locally’ and was named in the UK Government’s 2014 Anti-Corruption plan as having a key role to play in combatting corruption, both within the UK and abroad. It also conducts the annual CIPFA Fraud and Corruption Tracker (CFaCT), the national overview of all fraud, bribery and corruption activity throughout the UK public sector.

The National Crime Agency

The National Crime Agency are a 24/7 operational crime-fighting agency, employing around 4,800 officers with specialist capabilities to undertake and support operations, covering a broad range of complex areas, including:

– preventing serious, organised and complex crime

– strengthening our borders

– fighting fraud and cyber crime

– protecting children and young people from sexual abuse and exploitation

– responding to a broad range of complex and national threats and risks.

Your details here

Interested in gaining premium exposure to a targeted audience of professionals plus invaluable coverage across CIPFA’s digital and print platforms? Then look no further. For more information about sponsorship opportunities get in touch today.

Contact us: marcus.baxby@cipfa.org

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