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International Conference and Annual Meeting (In-Person)

This April, we are proud to convene the largest global gathering of business school leaders at AACSB’s International Conference and Annual Meeting.
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April
24
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April 24​ – 26​
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International Conference and Annual Meeting (In-Person)
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  • Beta Gamma Sigma
    Beta Gamma Sigma is The International Business Honor Society. Since 1913 we have recognized and honored top performing students from around the world in business schools accredited by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). We are also a proud member of the Association of College Honor Societies (ACHS). Through our dedication to providing lifetime value for our members, we work to bring programs, connections, benefits, and opportunities to every individual in our organization.
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  • Graduate Management Admissions Council (GMAC)
    The Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) is a mission-driven association of leading graduate business schools worldwide. Founded in 1953, we are committed to creating solutions for business schools and candidates to better discover, evaluate and connect with each other. In support of our vision, mission and purpose, GMAC provides world-class market intelligence, professional development opportunities, premier admissions assessments and engagement services for the graduate management education industry. GMAC is a global organization with offices in China, India, Singapore, the UK and the US. To learn more about our work, please visit gmac.com. The MBA Tour and BusinessBecause are wholly-owned subsidiaries of GMAC.
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  • Louisiana State University, E.J. Ourso College of Business

    The LSU E. J. Ourso College of Business is the flagship business college of Louisiana, playing an essential role in uplifting the economy of the state and the well-being of its citizens. Our nationally recognized academic offerings and services cultivate future leaders through experiential learning, applied research, and professional development.

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  • Trinity University, Michael Neidorff School of Business

    Trinity University is a private, residential liberal arts institution with approximately 2,300 undergraduate students and 200 graduate students from 43 states and 61 countries. Rooted in the liberal arts, Trinity’s Neidorff School of Business is AACSB accredited and offers Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Arts, and Master of Science degrees. 

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  • University of California, Riverside
    Positioned as a center of excellence in research and teaching, University of California, Riverside is ranked alongside national leaders in diversity, international reach and opportunities for minority students. UCR School of Business is accredited by AACSB and consistently ranked in the top 100 best business programs for both graduate and undergraduate degrees.
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  • University of Minnesota, Carlson School of Management

    We believe in using business as a force for good. Drawing on the strengths of our location and our faculty, engagement with the business community serves as a foundation for our strategy and underpins all our educational initiatives.  More than 4,000 students call the Carlson School home, representing every state and many countries. Together, our community transcends the classroom to transform the world.

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  • University of North Carolina Greensboro, Bryan School of Business

    At the UNC Greensboro Bryan School of Business and Economics, we develop exceptional problem solvers. One of the largest business schools in North Carolina, the Bryan School holds dual accreditation in business and accounting from the AACSB – a distinction held by only 1% of business schools in the world.

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  • University of North Texas
    The University of North Texas G. Brint Ryan College of Business is the choice of more than 7,000 students — making it one of the largest business schools in the nation. Since 1961, the college has been continuously accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) — a hallmark of the world’s best business schools. Nationally recognized and cutting-edge degrees, enable students to learn beyond the classroom so they can become leaders in their field.
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  • University of Wyoming College of Business
    The University of Wyoming College of Business aims to be the business college of choice for people who value enriching experiences and the integrity of a handshake. We are committed to the success of our students, the impact of our scholarship, and the economic vitality of Wyoming and beyond.
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Become a Sponsor!
Creating a sustainable future for business education requires the cultivation of meaningful relationships with business partners and communities, built on trust and action. This April, we are proud to convene the largest global gathering of business school leaders at AACSB’s International Conference and Annual Meeting.

Join 700+ peers as we innovate for change. Through our connections to each other, to business partners, and to our communities, we can improve student success, faculty engagement, program quality, and the way we lead our organizations.

The 2022 ICAM has more than 40 hours of engaging sessions, peer networking, regional and topical meetings, and social discussions. Your conference registration also provides access to the Exchange, where you can interact with your peers.

Sponsorship commitments must be received prior to February 17, 2022 in order to provide print recognition. All sponsorship opportunities are available on a first-come, first-served basis and are non-cancelable.

Benefactor Level Benefits:

  • Prominent logo recognition on the ICAM website and in the ICAM journal
  • Logo displayed in the AACSB slideshow (stage screens)
  • Recognition from the stage and signage at your sponsored event
  • A complimentary one-page, four-color advertisement in the conference journal
Welcome Reception - the opening reception of the conference taking place in the Exhibit Hall
SOLD

Monday Evening Reception - occurs the second night of the conference at the Hyatt Regency New Orleans
Investment: 40,000 USD
Benefactor level benefits plus: Table provided during reception to distribute materials to attendees

Keynote I - the most attended event of ICAM with a well-noted speaker
Investment: 30,000 USD
Benefactor level benefits plus: Table provided at keynote to distribute materials to attendees or placement of materials at all attendees' seats

Keynote II - second keynote that features thought leaders and contributors to business education
Investment: 30,000 USD
Benefactor level benefits plus: Table provided at keynote to distribute materials to attendees or placement of materials at all attendees' seats

Tuesday Networking Luncheon - second day's networking luncheon
Investment: 25,000 USD
Benefactor level benefits plus: Table during luncheon to distribute materials to attendees or placement of materials at all attendees' seats

Continental Breakfasts - Monday Morning or Tuesday Morning; held in the exhibit hall and always well attended
Investment: 25,000 USD
Benefactor level benefits plus: Table provided at breakfast to distribute materials to attendees
SOLD

Conference Lanyards - Logo on conference lanyards given to all in-person conference attendees
SOLD

Contributor Level Benefits:

  • Logo on the ICAM website and in the ICAM journal
  • Logo displayed in the AACSB slideshow (stage screens)
  • Recognition from the stage and signage at your sponsored event
Attendee Gift
SOLD

General Conference Support
Investment: 20,000 USD
Contributor-level benefits plus: Half-page ad in conference journal

Conference Bags
SOLD

Refreshment Break - Monday Morning or Tuesday Morning; held in the exhibit hall and always well attended
Investment: 18,500 USD per refreshment break
Contributor-level benefits plus: Table provided at refreshment break to distribute materials to attendees
SOLD: Monday Afternoon Refreshment Break, Monday Morning Refreshment Break

Conference Padfolios - includes pockets for organization and a pad for taking notes
SOLD

Entertainment at Monday Evening Reception
SOLD

Hotel Key Cards - sponsor branding on all attendees' room keys
SOLD

Conference Wi-Fi
SOLD

Friend-Level Benefits:

  • Sponsor recognition on the ICAM website and in the ICAM journal
  • Listing in the AACSB slideshow (stage screens)
  • Recognition from the stage
Custom Cube Stack
Investment: 12,000 USD
Friend-level benefits plus: Your advertisement/logo on three large, four-sided cubes placed in a prominent location at the conference; multiple available

Health and Safety Sponsor
Investment: 12,000 USD
Friend-level benefits plus: Your logo included on health kits placed in all in-person attendees' to meet with their colleagues

Meeting Place - informal space with tables and chairs, set aside for attendees to meet with their colleagues
SOLD

Conference Journal Ad
Investment: Half-Page: 4,000 USD | One page: 7,500 USD | Two-page spread: 12,000 USD
Friend-level benefits plus: 4-color ad in the journal - multiple spaces available

Welcome Refreshments - refreshments placed near conference registration on Sunday afternoon
SOLD

Exit Refreshments - refreshments placed near conference registration onTuesday afternoon
Investment: 7,500 USD
Friend-level benefits plus: Sponsor recognition on signage near exit refreshments

Networking Community Refreshments - refreshments placed near networking community meetings
SOLD

Hydration Stations - water will be located at sites throughout the conference for attendees
SOLD

Sessions-at-a-Glance - hand-held agenda, used by attendees as a referene guide
SOLD

Conference Journal Blow-In Card - card inserted into all attendees' journals
SOLD

Have any questions or ready to sponsor?