APRIL 27 - 28, 2020 - TORONTO, CANADA
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The Sponsorship Collective
President and CEO
Chris Baylis is the President and CEO of The Sponsorship Collective and a self-confessed sponsorship geek.
After several years as a sponsor (that’s right, the one investing the money!) Chris decided to cross over to the sponsorship sales side where he has personally closed tens of millions of dollars in sponsorship deals. Chris has been on the front lines of multi-million dollar sponsorship agreements and has built and coached teams to do the same.
After several years as a sponsorship consultant for The International Fundraising Consultancy, Chris launched The Sponsorship Collective with one goal in mind:
To build best-in-class sponsorship programs for his clients
Chris now spends his time working with clients to value their assets and build strategies that drive sales. An accomplished speaker, international consultant and head coach inside The Sponsorship Academy, Chris has helped his clients raise millions in sponsorship dollars.
My Speaker & Workshop Sessions
Monday, April 27 • 0:00am • Coming soon…
Tuesday, April 28 • 0:00am – 0:00pm • Workshop – Coming soon…
Founder and Principal
Brad Offman is Founder and Principal of Spire Philanthropy, a management consultancy specializing in corporate-charitable partnerships. He is the former Senior Vice President, Strategic Philanthropy at Mackenzie Investments. Brad is also former President of the Mackenzie Investments Charitable Foundation and Managing Director of the Mackenzie Charitable Giving Fund. Prior to joining Mackenzie, Brad served as Vice President, Development at the Toronto Community Foundation.
Brad is currently on the Board of CANSOF Foundation, the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) Toronto and Benefaction Foundation. He is a member of the National Advisory Council for Imagine Canada.
Brad is past Chair of the Leave A Legacy Program for the Greater Toronto Area and former member of the Board of Directors for Philanthropic Foundations Canada. He is a past Faculty Member for the CAGP Original Gift Planning Course and is currently on the organization’s Government Relations Committees. He is also on the Editorial Advisory Board for Gift Planning in Canada.
Brad holds a Master’s Degree in Business Administration and a Master of Arts Degree from the University of Toronto and a First Class Honours Bachelor of Arts Degree from McGill University in Montreal.
Founder and CEO
Paul is an internationally recognized authority on the intersection of business and social change. He is the Founder and CEO of Impakt a B Corp that helps corporations solve social problems and Impakt Labs a non-profit social incubator.
Paul writes about social innovation for publications including Forbes, The Globe and Mail, The Guardian and the Stanford Social Innovation Review and serves on the Advisory Council of the Centre of Excellence in Responsible Business at the Schulich School of Business and the Advisory Boards of Urban Matters and Power to Be.
Ramp Communication Inc.
Founder and President
Shelley founded Ramp Communications in 2011 with a genuine desire to change the landscape in social cause marketing. Her strategic expertise, creative spirit, and approachable style make her a true leader in the sector. Shelley is a sought-after speaker who enthusiastically shares her knowledge and experience with the industry.
What inspires her the most is working with organizations that are dedicated to causing a shift and making a difference through strategic, creative, and practical marketing solutions that help them achieve their goals. With more than 20 years of combined client and agency experience, Shelley is a trusted strategic advisor to social impact organizations and is actively involved with CBSR, Imagine Canada, B Local Toronto and Futurpreneur Canada. She is also a four-time SheEO Activator contributing to the financing of women-owned social enterprise in Canada. Shelley holds a business degree from Wilfrid Laurier University.
Co-Founder & CEO
Phillip Haid co-founded PUBLIC in 2008 to disrupt the way companies think about doing “good”. Driven by a passion to prove that social impact is a key business driver to achieve profit with purpose, he set out to build a hybrid company – part consultancy/part creative agency– designing social purpose brands, community impact strategies and social change programs and campaigns.
As CEO, he is responsible for overseeing the strategic and creative growth of the business, including oversight on some of PUBLIC’s North America clients including: NBC Universal, Converse, The Body Shop, Tiffany’s & Co, Johnson & Johnson, Rogers, TD Bank, and the LCBO. Phillip is also a columnist for Fast Company writing on “profit with purpose”.
Where It’s At
Marriott Downtown at CF Toronto Eaton Centre
Toronto, ON Canada