Sponsorship and Exhibition

Sponsorship and Exhibition

CORE 2020 will be held in Perth from 11-13 May 2020. CORE 2020 will build on the success of previous conferences, with national and international speakers providing their views on ‘Collaborating to Master Excellence’. A challenging technical program is being developed, with tours that will focus on leading-edge technology and techniques that position rail at the forefront of the transport industry.

There are a number of sponsorship opportunities available in a variety of categories and commensurate exposure. Previous supporters of CORE are provided with first right of refusal on their category sponsorship, therefore limiting the number of Major partnerships available upon release of the prospectus to the market. However in addition to the chief sponsorship categories, there are a number of specific individual sponsorships available, including the Networking session, Lanyards and Delegate Bags.

The committee also welcomes sponsorship suggestions from you and invites you to contact the conference managers, Encanta, to discuss your organisation’s desired sponsorship and marketing objectives.

Tailored Packages to suit your marketing objectives

For further information on packages available or to discuss a tailor made package to suit your organisational objectives, please contact the CORE 2020 Event Managers:

Encanta Event Management
T: (08) 9389 1488
E: [email protected]

Why Sponsor?

  • Unprecedented cross-market branding opportunities
  • Reach the maximum target audience
  • Strengthen your market position
  • Platform to build strong business relationships
  • Increase your profile in the market
  • Be recognised as a leader in the industry with
  • significant branding opportunities
  • Support professional development and networking opportunities as a means to further develop networks

Audience Profile

CORE conferences in recent times have attracted more than 600 delegates and exhibitors from across the globe, covering a spectrum of railway professionals from all areas of modern rail. These include:

  • Operators
  • Designers
  • Manufacturers
  • Researchers
  • Contractors
  • Academics
  • Service Organisations
  • Media
  • Planners
  • Policy Makers