PGConf APAC is the PostgreSQL conference series for all PostgreSQL enthusiasts in the Asia Pacific region. The next PGConf APAC will be held from 19th – 21st March, 2019 in Singapore.
Singapore is a global city and is very well connected via flights with major hubs across the globe. It has a unique cultural blend and population from different ethnicity and religions. The coexistence and sound infrastructure has provided the foundation for rapid growth of the country and its positioning as a trade, technological and financial hub.
These are the reasons why various PostgreSQL User Groups from Asia have come together to organize one of the largest PostgreSQL shows in Asia Pacific – PGConf APAC 2019, the first large-scale PostgreSQL conference for the Asia Pacific region.
PGConf APAC 2019 is built on the success of pgDay Asia 2016, pgDay Asia 2017 and PGConf APAC 2018. These events would not have been possible without the generous sponsorships from various enterprises involved with or using PostgreSQL. We would like to invite sponsors to participate in PGConf APAC 2019.
We would like to invite enterprises who use PostgreSQL or provide support and services for PostgreSQL to support us in this initiative. We have different sponsorship levels, which provide organizations with access to varying levels of benefits within the PostgreSQL community and user base.
|Available slots||1 of 2||3 of 4||4 of 4|
|Free passes for PGConf APAC (community pass)||4||2||1|
|Permission for the business to use endorsement||"Platinum Partner of PGConf APAC 2019"||"Gold Partner of PGConf APAC 2019"||"Silver Partner of PGConf APAC 2019"|
|Inclusion of A4 or letter sized pages of the business' promotional material||4||2||1|
|Standee at the PGConf APAC event on 22nd March, 2019|
|Logo on the PGConf APAC Standee and Website||--|
|Inclusion of small business promotional giveaways in the conference packs for registered attendees, such as a pen, USB memory stick or pin||1 or 2||1||-|
|Provision of a table/booth for marketing and networking during breakout sessions||-|
|Talking slot at PGConf APAC||30 mins||20 mins||-|
|Sponsorship fee||US$ 5,000||US$ 3,500||US$ 1,500|
pgDay Asia and PGConf APAC 2018 would not have been possible without our great speakers and wonderful audience. We would like to thank all those organizations who previously supported our speakers, attendees, and volunteers for their travel.
Enterprises can also support us this year is by providing financial aid to their employees who will be traveling to attend the event. Enterprises and organizations supporting employees selected as speakers will be offered a tailored Silver Sponsorship and can use the following endorsement: "Silver Partner of PGConf APAC 2019. They can also upgrade to the next tier of sponsorship by paying only the difference.
PGConf APAC 2019 will be providing lunch to all attendees at the event venue. We invite organizations and enterprises to be a “Catering Sponsor”.
PGConf APAC 2019 will organize a “Thank You” dinner for our speakers. We invite organizations and enterprises to be a “Dinner Sponsor”.
There will a slot reserved for lightning talks on the 1st day of PGConf APAC 2019 (21st March). The winner will be awarded a gift or voucher.
Sponsorship amount: At Cost. Supports video recording and editing for PGConf APAC 2019. Sponsor logo on all the recordings, that will be uploaded to YouTube.
PGConf APAC is a community event which is organized and managed by volunteers and PostgreSQL enthusiasts. The purpose of the event is to spread the word and bring all the PostgreSQL users and enthusiasts under one roof to learn from each other. All the money collected in form of sponsorship and tickets are used solely for the purpose of PGConf APAC 2019 expenses e.g. venue cost, supporting speakers for their travel expenses, lunch for attendees, speaker dinner etc. Any profit made from the event will be reserved for supporting PGConf APAC in coming years.
PGConf APAC finances are managed by our local logistics partner Ashnik and a copy of expenses and financial records can be produced upon request from PostgreSQL Core Team