View definitions for sponsor
noun as in person who helps, promotes
For example, Disrupt will feature more branded content sessions and presentations than in years past, and sponsors will be able to more easily track who attends those presentations, giving them a chance to gather leads.
Instead of seeking out a small number of exclusive launch sponsors that would pay tens of millions of dollars, WarnerMedia is looking for a broad array of advertisers to run ads across HBO Max.
Broadcast sponsor, Procter & Gamble, is co-producing and co-financing the show’s production, said Orefice.
Financial institutions like Citibank and DBS Bank and insurance providers like State Farm and American Family Insurance have been sponsors for this series.
The proposal’s sponsors say beefed-up training, daily check-ins and weekly visits would lead to greater patient safety.
Delta was a sponsor of the HRC dinner here in Atlanta and I went and met her there.
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Cruz is a co-sponsor of the bill, along with libertarian-minded Sen. Mike Lee.
And he has been involved in the Mind and Life Institute, the sponsor of the ISCS conference, from its inception.
But despite so distinguished a sponsor, the books remained generally unknown.
The latter replied: “No; I won't do that, and I will stand sponsor for it yet once more.”
The failure to find a firm to stand sponsor for his book discouraged Whitman to the extent of planning to go West and pioneer.
Part of that five minutes, too, was taken up by advertising matter from a sponsor.
At birth a sort of sponsor for the child was summoned, and he was given more authority than the parent.
On this page you'll find 79 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to sponsor, such as: advocate, backer, benefactor, patron, promoter, and supporter.
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