Facades+ conferences are prime informational and networking events for architects, general contractors, engineers, fabricators, material suppliers, building owners and developers, educators, and students. That’s why Facades+ has become the premier conference on high-performance building enclosures.
Our first Facades+ conference, started in 2012 in New York City, brought together hundreds of key members of the AEC community. Since then, we’ve added more cities: Chicago, San Francisco, Dallas, Miami, and Los Angeles, and more.
There are many ways to use this opportunity to connect in a personal way with this influential group as a sponsor. For more information on the various levels of sponsorship, please fill out the form below or contact Diana Darling at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-966-0630.
Facades+ 2 Day Conferences
The Methods+Materials Sponsor Gallery offers almost 4 hours of face-to-face interaction between you and our architects, designers, and facades specialists who spec your materials and processes. The two networking breaks, lunch, plus the Thursday cocktail reception equal almost 4 hours to make important connections.
Your logo will be included in all Facades+ digital and print media and on signage at the event. In addition, there are other branding opportunities such as:
- Kickoff Cocktails the Wednesday prior to the Symposium
- Post-Symposium Cocktails Thursday night in the Methods+Materials Gallery
- Lanyard, bag, other customized logo-imprinted items
- Gold level sponsorship includes your Methods+Materials Symposium presentation
- Networking breaks and lunch
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Facades+ 1 Day Conferences
In 2018, we’re bringing our Symposium, Gallery, and Workshops to Chicago & Boston in a 1 Day format. These forums offer similar opportunities as the 2-day conference with a smaller, more intimate Methods+Materials Sponsor Gallery.
Facades+AM Morning Forums
We’ve brought Facades+AM to Seattle, Houston, Atlanta, D.C. and more. These forums offer similar opportunities as the 2-day conference with a smaller, more intimate Methods+Materials Sponsor Gallery.