Sponsorship opportunities

At our last conference we welcomed just short of 100 people to the conference.

Every penny of the sponsorship raised will be used to help with conference costs, mainly venue costs, speaker expenses and catering for attendees.

We run a tight ship, and keep our costs to a minimum. Everyone involved in organising Northern Lights works on a voluntary basis. We work hard to keep individual ticket prices as low as we can to encourage the widest attendance possible.

Tickets for Northern Lights 2016 are just £18 including refreshments through the day and a great lunch. Student tickets covering lunch and refreshments are £8.

Sponsors are essential to the continued success of Northern Lights, we’d be delighted to have you on board at any level.

To make life easier we're trying out a new approach. This means you can pay for sponsorship on the booking form. Just email me to let me know who you want to send along on your guest tickets, or who needs parking for the day. Please get in touch if you have any questions, we’d love to hear from you, and we hope to see you in October.

We have also introduced a code of conduct this year. We expect all participants to follow this: attendees, speakers and sponsors. As before, get in touch if you have any questions.

.Platinum Gold SilverSupporter
Logo & link on site
Logo on lanyard
Logo on conference banners
E-mail to previous and current attendees about you and stating your support
Social Media release announcing your sponsorship and URL
Logo displayed on screen between speakers
Table / Banner / Flyers in breakout area
Company name and logo on screen before each talk
Company banner to side of stage (supplied by sponsor)
Conference Passes 6 4 21
Prices£750 £300£100 £50

Who does this? If you have any questions about Northern Lights please get in touch with:

Bruce Scharlau

Bruce is Senior Lecturer in the Department of Computing Science at the University of Aberdeen.

He is very active in the community, organising events throughout the year, including Codethecity.

Steve Milne

Steve is Solution Architect with Fifth Ring, as well as Northern Lights he organises Codethecity and Refresh Aberdeen, dabbles with training games, and occassionally blogs.

Ian Isted

Ian is a developer at Hampton Associates. He loves app development, enjoys working on pet projects, and tinkering with electronics.