Call for Sponsors

The first Special Education Expo is expecting more than 50 participants from different sectors in Special Education such as hospitals, sped practitioners, therapy centers, toy makers, book publishers, specialized food distributors and other suppliers. The Expo, which will be done in the Glorietta Activity Center, are expected to get 5,000 foot traffic.

By contributing to make this event happen, you are helping improve the quality of life and dignity of more than 5.4 million Filipinos who are in need of special education products, equipments and services. Proceeds for the said event will be given to Support and Empower Abused Deaf Children, a non-profit organization dedicated at defending the rights of deaf children who are victims of sexual abuse and maltreatment.

One of the event’s major sponsors, World Vision, will be bringing celebrity endorsers to do intermission numbers, storytelling and other activities.

Corporate sponsorships will be open until October 16, 2009. We will be accepting exhibitors until November 2, 2009. Interested parties will be able to reach us at or contact Faith Salazar at 0922-845-7380. Visit our website at

Get sponsorship packages and rates here.

Download Sped Expo 2009 Sponsorship Packages here.

Why join the Sped Expo?

Market reach – companies get to interact with a large number of their targeted client base
Strengthen brand image – the event is a way to make their brand known to people who matter
Cost-effective – companies can save on advertising cost by leveraging on the event’s promotional undertakings
Goodwill – it is a good way to create goodwill by helping the event’s beneficiary, Support and Empower Abused Deaf Children (SEADC), establish their own shelter for special children
Networking – it is a good way to know other market offering that can complement the company’s current line of products and services


Print Advertisement – ad placement in newspapers with readership comprising mainly of individuals in the upper C, B, and A market (2 nationwide broadsheets – Inquirer and Manila Bulletin, and 3 other print media, to be announced on or before September 30)
Radio Advertisement – ad placement in FM radio stations catering to young professionals and mature demographics and in family-oriented AM stations (1 nationwide station, and 3 other radio media, to be announced on or before September 30)
TV Coverage – television coverage by a major network (to be announced on or before September 30)
Online Live Streaming and Video Coverage – watch the online live streaming of the event at the website ( The official video coverage will also be uploaded for download and streaming.
Online Marketing – includes event promotion in major newspaper websites ( and special education forums, articles in blogs, email blasts, online newsletter, banner ads
Flyers – flyering initiatives on the day of the event and a week prior to the event date
Posters – hanging of posters in busy areas like malls, school bulletin boards, restaurants


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