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WebRTC Summit Sponsorship Opportunities Announced

Sponsors of WebRTC Summit will benefit from unmatched branding, profile building and lead generation opportunities

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Upon this week's announcement of the event, we received "wide interest" in SYS-CON's 1st International WebRTC Summit co-located with Cloud Expo 2013 Silicon Valley, November 4-7, at the Santa Clara Convention Center, where over 5,000 global delegates are expected to attend.

WebRTC Summit, the world's leading event on Web-based Real Time Communications (@WebRTCSummit), is taking place Nov 6-7, 2013 side-by-side with Cloud Expo & Big Data Expo. Exhibit opportunities offering unmatched exposure are available for as low as $4,000.

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WebRTC Summit is the ideal opportunity to meet face to face with IT professionals, developers, mobile operators, web site owners and operators who will be attending the two-day event to understand how to deploy WebRTC and how to use the capabilities to gain strategic and competitive advantage.

WebRTC (Web Real-Time Communication) is an open source project supported by Google, Mozilla and Opera that aims to enable browser-to-browser applications for voice calling, video chat, and P2P file sharing without plugins. Its mission is "To enable rich, high quality, RTC applications to be developed in the browser via simple Javascript APIs and HTML5." A survey by TokBox found that the WebRTC adoption rate among small organizations is growing quickly where over 25% of developers say it is important for their work.

WebRTC Summit, taking place in the heart of Silicon Valley, offers a vast selection of technical sessions from a rock star conference faculty and the leading WebRTC industry players and a bustling expo floor complete with a busy "Demo Theater" so that delegates can kick the tires of solutions and offerings and discuss one-on-one with all the leading WebRTC companies what they are offering and how to make use of it in their particular situation.TC

Sponsors of 1st International WebRTC Summit will benefit from unmatched branding, profile building and lead generation opportunities through:

  • Featured on-site presentation and ongoing on-demand webcast exposure to a captive audience of industry decision-makers.
  • Showcase exhibition during our new extended dedicated expo hours
  • Breakout Session Priority scheduling for Sponsors that have been guaranteed a 35 minute technical session
  • Online advertising in SYS-CON's i-Technology Publications
  • Capitalize on our Comprehensive Marketing efforts leading up to the show with print mailings, e-newsletters and extensive online media coverage.
  • Unprecedented PR Coverage: Editorial Coverage on WebRTC Journal Tweetup to over 75,000 plus followers, press releases sent on major wire services to over 500 industry analysts.

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Listed below are the prices for both 1st International WebRTC Summit sponsorship opportunities.

WebRTC Sponsorship & Exhibiting Opportunities

Platinum Sponsorship: $20,000
Package Includes
10x20 Booth Space (Booth Structure Not Included)
Guaranteed Technical Session
Opening Keynote on Day One or Two
Unlimited use to the opt-in attendee list

Additional Benefits
One 15-AMP Electrical Drop (wireless will be available on the expo floor)Table & Two Chairs
SYS-CON.TV Interview

Event Passes Provided
One Full Conference Pass (which includes meals)
Unlimited VIP Passes (does not include lunch)
Two Booth Staff Badges

Press Benefits
Access to Full Press List
Press Kit Displayed in Press Center

Show Addendum
Logo & Company Description (up to 25 words)
Half page ad in the show directory

PRE-SHOW SPONSORSHIP BENEFITS
Company logo on all event pages
Company description and logo on exhibitor site
Company logo on direct mail and email newsletters leading up to the show

Gold Sponsorship: $15,000
Package Includes:
10x20 Booth Space (Booth Structure Not Included)
Guaranteed Technical Session
30 Minute Vendor Presentation
Unlimited use to the opt-in attendee list

Additional BenefitsOne 15-AMP Electrical Drop (wireless will be available on the expo floor)Table & Two Chairs
SYS-CON.TV Interview

Event Passes Provided
One Full Conference Pass (which includes meals)
Unlimited VIP Passes (does not include lunch)
Two Booth Staff Badges

Press Benefits
Access to Full Press List
Press Kit Displayed in Press Center

Show Addendum
Logo & Company Description (up to 25 words)
Half page ad in the show directory

PRE-SHOW SPONSORSHIP BENEFITS
Company logo on all event pages
Company description and logo on exhibitor site
Company logo on direct mail and email newsletters leading up to the show

Silver Sponsorship: $8,000
10x10 Booth Space (booth structure not included)Guaranteed Technical Session
Unlimited use to the opt-in attendee list

Additional Benefits
One 15-AMP Electrical Drop (wireless will be available on the expo floor)
Table & Two Chairs
SYS-CON.TV Interview

Event Passes Provided
One Full Conference Pass (which includes meals)
Unlimited VIP Passes (does not include lunch)
Two Booth Staff Badges

Press Benefits
Access to Full Press List
Press Kit Displayed in Press Center

Show Addendum
Logo & Company Description (up to 25 words)
1/4 ad in the show directory

PRE-SHOW SPONSORSHIP BENEFITS
Company logo on all event pages
Company description and logo on exhibitor site
Company logo on direct mail and email newsletters leading up to the show

Exhibitor Package: $4,000
10x10 Booth Space (Booth Structure Not Included)
3x time use to the opt-in attendee list

Additional Benefits
One 15-AMP Electrical Drop (wireless will be available on the expo floor)Table & Two Chairs
SYS-CON.TV Interview

Event Passes Provided
One Full Conference Pass (which includes meals)
Unlimited VIP Passes (does not include lunch)
Two Booth Staff Badges

Press Benefits
Access to Full Press List
Press Kit Displayed in Press Center

Show Addendum
Logo & Company Description (up to 25 words)
1/4 ad in the show directory

PRE-SHOW SPONSORSHIP BENEFITS
Company logo on all event pages
Company description and logo on exhibitor site
Company logo on direct mail and email newsletters leading up to the show

For additional information please contact your WebRTC Summit sales team member at "events (at) sys-con.com" or by phone 201 802-3021.

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Carmen Gonzalez is the co-founder, president, and CEO of SYS-CON Media, Cloud Expo, Inc. and Ulitzer, Inc.

Carmen has been in charge of SYS-CON's sales and marketing functions since 1994. Under her leadership, the company was named by Inc 500, among the fastest growing 500 privately held companies in North America three years in a row.

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