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synonyms for sponsoring

  • back
  • bankroll
  • finance
  • fund
  • guarantee
  • subsidize
  • grubstake
  • patronize
  • stake
  • answer for
  • be responsible for
  • put up money
  • vouch for
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antonyms for sponsoring

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  • take
  • disapprove
  • discourage
  • hurt
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How to use sponsoring in a sentence

Problematic as the retroactive sponsorships were editorially, the absence of sponsors for the majority of Great Big Story’s videos was problematic financially.
‘TWO VERY, VERY DIFFERENT COMPANIES’: WHY CNN’S GREAT BIG STORY FAILED TO SURVIVETIM PETERSONNOVEMBER 2, 2020DIGIDAY
A person paying for a $49 ticket over a $19 ticket, for instance, might indicate that they are more inclined to spend more on things that are of interest to them, which is valuable information to share with sponsors.
PAID VIRTUAL EVENTS ARE THE NEW GOLDEN TICKET FOR PUBLISHERSKAYLEIGH BARBEROCTOBER 23, 2020DIGIDAY
Over the summer, a coalition of activists, government officials, and corporate sponsors scrambled to construct a brand-new urban mesh network in time to bring Canal’s students to their virtual classrooms this fall.
THE VOLUNTEERS BLANKETING CITIES WITH WIRELESS INTERNETKATIE MCLEANOCTOBER 21, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
Patrini says he’s spoken with influencers and YouTubers, as well, who’ve had deepfaked pornographic images of them sent directly to their sponsors, costing them immense emotional and financial strain.
A DEEPFAKE BOT IS BEING USED TO “UNDRESS” UNDERAGE GIRLSKAREN HAOOCTOBER 20, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
Deals to be a lead sponsor with esports teams are usually around $100,00, according to one sports media exec.
‘THERE’S STILL A LOT OF HAND-HOLDING’: MCLAREN FOCUSES ON TURNING REVVING ADVERTISER INTEREST IN ESPORTS INTO MORE MEDIA DOLLARSSEB JOSEPHOCTOBER 19, 2020DIGIDAY
The Post also considers the sponsors of surveys, including results only from nonpartisan outlets.
HOW THE WASHINGTON POST’S POLLING AVERAGE WORKSSCOTT CLEMENT, EMILY GUSKINOCTOBER 16, 2020WASHINGTON POST
I don’t think any sponsor would dare defy the DSMB’s recommendation.
WHO DECIDES WHEN VACCINE STUDIES ARE DONE? INTERNAL DOCUMENTS SHOW FAUCI PLAYS A KEY ROLE.BY ISAAC ARNSDORF, CAROLINE CHEN AND RYAN GABRIELSONOCTOBER 16, 2020PROPUBLICA
We would also like to thank Microsoft for its support as sponsor of this year’s awards.
2020 SEARCH ENGINE LAND AWARDS CAMPAIGN CATEGORY FINALISTS ANNOUNCEDKATIE JORDANOCTOBER 15, 2020SEARCH ENGINE LAND
From the 30-minute sessions that 12 of the sponsors paid to have a “presented by” claim over, smaller clips were edited by the Fast Company Studio team that the sponsors could then use on their own properties.
‘BOTH SIDES BENEFIT’: WHY FAST COMPANY PURSUED MORE SMALLER-BUDGET SPONSORS FOR TENTPOLE INNOVATION FESTIVALKAYLEIGH BARBEROCTOBER 14, 2020DIGIDAY
Attend, sponsor, and speak at diverse management events, and invite those managers to speak at industry events in your sector.
HOW THE FINANCE INDUSTRY CAN COMBAT RACISMJAKEMETHOCTOBER 11, 2020FORTUNE
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WORDS RELATED TO SPONSORING

  • allotment
  • allowance
  • apportionment
  • assignment
  • budgeting
  • concession
  • donation
  • funding
  • giving
  • grant
  • provision
  • setting apart
  • sponsoring
  • stipend
  • stipulation
  • subsidy
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