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Sat, Jul 07 2018

The Secret Life of Honey Bees,

Toronto, Ontario, Canada Toronto, Ontario, Canada

  • About the event

    It would be an absolute honour and privilege if you joined me for the screening of my new documentary, The Secret Life of Honey Bees. The documentary is a collection of brutally honest interviews with eight individuals who identify as visible minority, and whose journeys are incredibly unique. All eight individuals currently work, or are on the path to working a "real" job, but are also committed to and invested in a creative field (music, dance, photography, fashion, blogging, animation). The documentary essentially explores the age-old struggle with one's identity, and deciding between "reality" and "fantasy." The screening will be the centrepiece of the event, amongst a panel discussion, a keynote speech and other fun activities to provoke honest conversations around the unique pits and peaks of the visible minority experience.

    Light refreshments and good vibes will be served.

    Early Bird Tickets are now on sale at: https://www.eventbrite.ca/publish?crumb=006030bb9c95ba&eid=45675736357&listing=to_new

    Why should you sponsor?

    I am reaching out to you because I have a new, exciting documentary called The Secret Life of Honey Bees. The Secret Life of Honey Bees is a collection of brutally honest interviews with eight individuals who identify as visible minority, and whose journeys are incredibly unique. Their journeys are unique because all eight individuals currently work, or are on the path to working a “real” job, but are also incredibly invested in a creative field. Thus, the purpose of the documentary is to explore the age-old struggle with identity and deciding between “reality” and “fantasy,” and discuss how visible minority youth (university students, recent graduates, new workers) who fall in this category, can leverage the resources around them to find a balance and craft a career that suits them exactly.

    Thus, I feel that we can offer you direct engagement with a target demographic with a lot of buying potential (youth) through our various social media platforms. We are beginning to offer limited sponsorship opportunities to companies we think would be a good fit for our audience. 

    We have three different ways we are offering sponsorship pricing:

    Bronze package ($1500)
    - Recognition on our gratitude page of the Secret Life of Honey Bees newsletter
    - Displayed link to company through Dear September blog and all social media platforms
    - Certified recognition from Black Ties Association, on behalf of the University of Toronto, that your company promotes the professional development of visible minorities in a tangible manner to strengthen recruitment of potential hires 
    - Access to the CV of all Black Ties members within your internal HR database and The Secret Life of Honey Bees mailing lists

    Silver package ($3000)
    - Quarter page recognition in the Secret Life of Honey Bees newsletter 
    - Emphasized link to company through Dear September blog and all social media platforms
    - Certified recognition from Black Ties Association, on behalf of the University of Toronto that your company promotes the professional development of visible minorities in a tangible manner to strengthen recruitment of potential hires 
    - Access to the CV of all Black Ties members within your internal HR database and The Secret Life of Honey Bees mailing lists.
     - A portion of sponsorship will go towards funding welfare programs at Hydrocephalus Canada. 

    Gold package ($5000)
    - Company logo on Dear September banners for events for the next year
    - Logo on the footer of official press release, half page recognition in official newsletter
    - Emphasized link to company through Dear September blog and all social media platforms
    - Honourable mentions in the closing credits of the documentary
    - Rights to product distribution during the annual events 
    - Certified recognition from UTBT (University of Toronto Black Ties) on behalf of the University of Toronto that your company promotes the professional development of visible minorities 
    - Access to the CV of all our members within your internal HR database 
    - Access to our UTBT HR database, which includes alumni, supporters, and affiliates who have excelled various academic sectors A portion of sponsorship will go towards funding welfare programs at Hydrocephalus Canada. (Gold)

    I would love to chat more if you are interested and I would love to have Burt's Bees featured in our event and throughout the year.

    Thank you for your time and consideration.

    Warm regards,
    Nini Kunu

     


    Nini Kunu

    I currently work as a part-time Contributing writer at Schick Magazine and I run a lifestyle and advice blog called Dear September. Over the past three years, I have spearheaded and supported numerous internal and external communications strategies. I am proficient at filling white spaces between cross-functional teams while also continuing to be customer-centric. I am looking to plan events that help people communicate better and get the best of their careers. 

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    50% Female Attendees

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