Become a Sponsor
So you want to become a sponsor? That's great!
If you’ve got any questions hopefully they’re answered below in the FAQ. If they aren’t, or you a ready to become a sponsor, please send us a message by clicking here.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the different sponsorhip types?
We have a variety of different sponsorship types. These include:
– General Code Network sponsorship (usually for a period of 3-12 months)
– Event specific sponsorship (only available for specific events)
– Weekly meetup sponsorhip (send a dev to do a technical talk and shout pizza to ~30-80 students)
How much does event sponsorship cost?
Each and every one of our sponsors need different things (eg hiring, increase product exposure etc). Each sponsor partnership we enter into is cutomised to the specific company. Below is a few examples of previous agreements and the approximate cost.
$1,000 – Banner on stage, speak at beginning/end, listed as platinum sponsor on slides, one “prize bought to you by
$500 – Logo in slides, merchandise and stickers can be given to students, banner can be setup in the event space, listed as silver sponsor in slides.
$250 – Logo in slides and banner can be setup in the event space.
In kind/prizes etc – Dependent on value and usefulness.
How much does general sponsorship cost?
Each and every one of our sponsors need different things (eg hiring, increase product exposure etc). Each sponsor partnership we enter into is cutomised to the specific company.
$500 – 12 months general sponsorship. This generally inlcludes logo on website and in weekly meetup slides.
$300 – 6 months general sponsorship. This generally inlcludes logo on website and in weekly meetup slides.
$200 – 3 months general sponsorship. This generally inlcludes logo on website.
How much does a weekly sponsorship cost?
Each weekly meetup is unique and run by a different speaker. They run for about 3 hours with a 30 minute pizza break somewhere in the middle. We’re happy for you to send a technical person from your company to give a presentation.
These presentations must be technical in nature and cannot be hiring session, how to use the software our company makes etc. Great examples of past presentations include how to make a twitter bot, how to do test driven developement etc.
Just sending someone along to speak is free. However, if you’d like to shout the group pizza for the night (generally $100-$200) we’ll be super appreciative and let everyone know. (students love free food!) We’ll also give you a chance to talk about whatever you like for 5-10 minutes at the start or end of the presentation. (this is allowed to be come work for us etc)