Sponsoring one of CIOB's events or activities is a perfect way to support your marketing ventures by promoting your brand and showcasing your organisation as experts in your field.
CIOB events and activities have been created to inspire and support professionals with their career development in construction and the built environment.
These activities range from specialist conferences and specific CPD learning to celebrating individuals who achieve chartership and those who become finalists at our prestigious CIOB Awards.
Sponsoring one of the CIOB's events or activities is a perfect way to support your marketing ventures by promoting your brand and showcasing your organisation as experts in your field, whilst showing that you support our values for professionalism and excellence in construction.
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The Membership Spectrum
The Membership Spectrum describes just how uniquely broad our membership is in this sector. It evidences the fact that the CIOB, as the professional home for those who manage in construction, includes members in almost all the roles associated with the making of our built environment.
How we work with sponsors
Through sponsorship activities, CIOB adds value to our membership offering by accessing a sponsor’s knowledge and experience. By engaging in activities with our members, sponsor brands are visible to members and non-members through ways that may include:
- Visibly linking your brand with CIOB and/or a specific event or campaign
- A platform to showcase your own campaigns, expertise and/or products
- Logo placement on events or campaigns
- Hosting exhibition stands at conferences
- Editorial in newsletters and publications
- Presentations, webinars or CPD and other learning content
CIOB Conference Themes
The activities and events we run can be categorised into four main areas: People and Careers, Conservation and Heritage, Early Stage Careers, and Educating CIOB Members. Find out more about each category by downloading the explainer leaflets.
Our Upcoming Opportunities
CIOB Conservation Conference, 25 April, One Moorgate Place, London
Running for over 15 years, the CIOB’s conservation and heritage conference is an event for those who have an interest in the heritage sector. The theme for this year is tough times and how it demands innovative approaches. It follows nicely on from our 2022 Lessons for Reliance conference. It’s s a great opportunity to network with the conservation sector, and with refreshments served in the exhibition hall there is plenty of opportunity to do so.
Global Student Challenge
The CIOB’s competition for students from around the world has an exciting new format. Using a new interactive software platform, students will be given an imagined injection of cash from and will be asked to bid for the construction of a student focused campus facility. The winning team will receive a £2,000 cash prize plus all-expenses paid trip to CIOB Members’ Forum in the UK, to present their bid to global industry experts.
It’s a six-month campaign and call for entry starts in January. Sponsorship is ideal for companies who wish to engage with the future of the construction industry and support them as they start their career journey.
The annual CIOB Awards celebrates those who inspire, lead and have a positive impact on the industry. It’s a great way for our members to become familiar with your organisation with an on-stage presentation of an award, logo placements across the campaign and a VIP table for ten guests.
As a category sponsor, you will stand on stage at CIOB’s flagship event, presenting an award in front CIOB officials, key players, and influencers of the industry.
CIOB is a truly global organisation, with over 45,000 members in more than 100 countries.
- 250,000 social reach across LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram and Facebook
- 150,000 monthly unique users across BIM Plus, Construction Management Magazine and Global Construction Reviews
Whilst our Headquarters are based in Bracknell, we have staff spread across the whole of the UK and the rest of the globe to assist our members.