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Synonyms for sponsor

one who assumes financial responsibility for another

a person who supports or champions an activity, cause, or institution, for example

to act as a patron to

Synonyms for sponsor

an advocate who presents a person (as for an award or a degree or an introduction etc

assume sponsorship of

assume responsibility for or leadership of

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do one's shopping at

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Referees would also be supplied with kits, transported and paid allowance through the sponsorship for two years, noting they had 15 referees.
Among them, ten applicants presented a financial guarantee but their files lacked the necessary sponsorships.
The Local Sponsorship Finder enables brands to reach out to local nonprofits and community events that provide local branding benefits, in-person lead generation and of course links that can drive local search rankings.
Telkom CEO Aldo Mareuse said the sponsorship will act as a launching pad for long term partnership with rugby.
The sponsorship agreement was executed between TPB, represented by Montano, and the manager of Fusion concert festival on January 2018.
The letter notes, according to the PNN, that "UN Security Council Resolution 2334 denounces Israeli settlements as flagrant violations of international law" and cautions the world's second largest sportswear manufacturer that its sponsorship of the IFA makes it eligible for inclusion in the UN's database of complicit companies doing business in or with Israel's illegal settlements.
The study also found that brand sponsorship appeals to young audiences and, for 79 per cent of the UK audience, it is an accepted part of a TV experience.
While it is the responsibility of both parties to ensure that sponsorship benefits are fulfilled in accordance with the sponsorship agreement, the ultimate burden falls on the charity, whose consequences from losing funding could significantly affect the overall success of its purpose more than that of the donors.
This study utilizes event history analysis (EHA) approaches (i.e., survival analysis) to empirically examine the duration of sponsorships. To begin, the study utilizes what Box-Steffensmeier and Jones (1997) termed a "life-table analysis" to construct life tables for sponsorships.
* Overall sponsorship of the Experience Elastomers High School Program during our International Elastomer Conference
Sport sponsorship has become one of the integral tools in the promotional mix of an organisation which has lured the researchers towards the further exploration of sport marketing.
"The huge deficit caused by this subsidy can only be covered by sponsorships from corporates and individuals," the centre said on Monday.
"The Passport Department will not renew the iqamas of residents with dependents aged 25 or above until they transfer their sponsorships and change their occupation," Mohammed Hussain, a spokesman in Jeddah, told Arab News.
The City of Henderson is soliciting proposals for advertising and sponsorship revenue services with the aim to reduce operating costs and enhance revenue streams through sponsorships of various City events/programs and advertising opportunities on/in City-owned assets.
Vauxhall chairman Duncan Aldred said: "Vauxhall Motors has enjoyed great success over the past three seasons with our Home Nations football sponsorships and this exciting new sponsorship will undoubtedly benefit from the experience we have gained in international football."