The DLM Forum will hold its 8th triennal conference in Brighton, UK from Wednesday 13th September to Friday, 15th September, co-organized by ARMA Europe, University of Brighton and The National Archives of UK. Sessions will focus on the latest challenges and innovation on Information Governance. Speakers from all over Europe and beyond will present their experiences with current and next generation information governance across government, commercial and specialized industry sector.
By sponsoring the conference, your company can be part of this unique convention of international experts and has the one-of-a-kind chance to introduce its’ services to a circle of highly interested professionals, generate all-round profitable cooperation and build sustainable and future-oriented networks. So meet the public sector experts on information management!
Platinum sponsors will be seen as a Subject Matter Expert during one general session that you present.
Gold sponsors will be seen as a Subject Matter Expert during one specific session that you present.
Silver sponsors will be seen as a Solution Provider on Information Management
Your logo on all communication materials around the Gala Dinner
Your logo on all tables during the diner
Opportunity to put giveaways on the tables
A 5 minutes introduction message from one of your company representative to introduce diner and thanks guests to come.
In addition to a Platinum / Gold or Silver Package
Put your logo on the lanyards that will be given to all delegates
One sponsor only
Inserts will be placed in conference bags to be distributed to each delegate
Insert is limited to one piece of A5 / A4 format.
Nb of inserts will be limited to 10 items.
Your logo on all buffet tables
Your company name announced by moderator at the end of morning sessions
Limited to 2 sponsors, one per Conference day lunches.
If same sponsor wants the 2 lunch sponsorships, package will be of 3 500 €
Your logo visible on delegates bag to be distributed at registration
Of course, your visibility will be during AND after the event !!
One sponsor only
Handbook will be distributed in every delegate pack
One full colored page per sponsor. Page & artwork will have to be supplied by sponsor
Limited to 8 sponsors max
|Estimated participants||200 pax|
|Dates||13-15, September, 2017.|
|Venue||University of Brighton, Mithras House, Lewes Road, Brighton, BN2 4AT|
For detailed information regarding the general framework of the possible presentation mode (information booth, poster, space availability etc.), please contact:
Cultural Informatics Research Group, University of Brighton
Room 805, Cockcroft building, Lewes Road, Brighton BN2 4GJ, UK
Tel: +44 (0)1273 641 617
The DLM Forum is vibrant community of public archives and interested parties from across government, commercial, academic and voluntary sectors who are active in information governance, including archives, records, document and information lifecycle management. It was founded by the European Commission in 1994 and first met in 1996. Today it is a not-for-profit foundation providing industry specifications, MoReq and E-ARK, participating in activities and serving members from all over Europe and the rest of the world.
ARMA Europe is the European chapter of ARMA International, which is a global not-for-profit association on managing records and information that has served, since 1955, as the trusted source for standards, best practices, publications, and other resources on the various aspects of records and information management. ARMA International is the world’s largest professional association for records and information management professionals, with more than 10,000 members worldwide. It was a key contributor to the international records management standard, ISO-15489. The association also advocates good records and information management practices in the USA, Canada and Europe.
TNA is the official archive and publisher for the UK government and guardians of over 1,000 years of iconic national documents. They are a non-ministerial government department with expert advisers in information and records management and are a cultural, academic and heritage institution. We fulfil a leadership role for the archive sector and work to secure the future of physical and digital records.
The University of Brighton is a leading higher education and research institution with more than 20,000 students. From small beginnings in 1850s Brighton, the University of Brighton has grown to a complex and diverse institution based in three towns across the south coast of England. Our ethos is defined by four core values: inclusivity, sustainability, creativity, partnership. Our students are part of a dynamic, diverse and creative community that embraces partnership working and that makes a positive difference to society.
eSignLive™ is the electronic signature solution behind some of the world’s most trusted brands. Regulated industries and analyst firms recognize eSignLive’s solutions for their ability to balance the highest levels of security and compliance with ease-of-use while automating any process – from the simplest, internal signings to the most complex, customer-facing transactions.
Preservica is a world leader in digital preservation. Our active preservation solutions are used by businesses, archives, libraries, museums and government organisations globally, to safeguard and share valuable digital content, collections and electronic records, for decades to come.
Cogniva Information Solutions Inc. is a leading provider of enterprise content management solutions to public and private firms across the Americas and Europe.
Cogniva’s C3 software solution makes it possible to create a consistent Information Governance framework over multiple content platforms. Cogniva was founded in 2005 with headquarters located in Gatineau Canada.