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Engineering Talent Awards 2022

Leonardo Royal London Tower Bridge, England, United Kingdom
Thu, Sep 15 2022

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About our event

The Engineering Talent Awards 2022, powered by EqualEngineers celebrates the diversity of the engineering and technology profession. The awards aim to raise the profile of the engineering and technology professions across the UK and highlight diversity in engineering on a national platform. Through showcasing role models and inspiring people to consider a career in engineering and technology, we can celebrate the diversity of organisations and engineers.

The event will attract over 400 guests from engineering and technology professionals, along with senior leaders in business.

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Attendees Demographics

Gender Distribution

50%
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Expected Audience

251-500

Sponsorship Opportunities

  • Raise the profile of the engineering and technology professions across the UK and highlight diversity in engineering on a national platform.
  • Through elevating positive role models, inspire people to consider a career in engineering and technology.
  • Celebrate the value that engineers bring to society in improving everyday life.
  • Connect people in engineering and technology to foster greater collaboration.
  • Champion the diversity of organisations delivering excellent engineering projects

£3000

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Category Supporters

Opportunity to present the award, logo affiliation, and three tickets to the evening meal reception and awards ceremony, and extensive coverage in our social media campaign in the lead-up, during and post-event.

£10000

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Principal Partner

Includes an opportunity to speak at the awards ceremony, a table of ten to the evening meal reception and awards ceremony, logo affiliation, and extensive coverage in our social media campaign in the lead-up, during and post-event.

£2500

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Event Supporter

- Two tickets - 1/4 page feature in awards evening brochure - Exhibition space at awards with poseur table - Company logo and word ‘Supporter’ on ETA webpage

£3000

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Evening Brochure Supporter

- Your logo in a prominent position in the awards evening brochure - Full page advert in the awards evening brochure - Two tickets - Company logo and word ‘Supporter’ on ETA webpage

£3000

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Photobooth Supporter

- Banner stand in the photobooth area - One ticket - Logo included on the printed photographs - Company logo and word ‘Supporter’ on ETA webpage

£7500

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Drinks Reception Sponsor

- 3 tickets to event - Quarter page advert in the awards evening brochure - Single panel banner stand (1m max) at the drinks reception - Company logo and word ‘Supporter’ on ETA webpage

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Mark McBride-Wright, PhD, CEng, MIChemE is a recognised diversity and inclusion leader. He is Founder and Managing Director of EqualEngineers, a company offering a wide array of diversity & inclusion consultancy and training services, as well as creative events. Mark has delivered 25 Engineering & Technology careers fairs since 2017 connecting over 10,000 diverse opportunity-seekers with over 100 inclusive employers. Mark also founded the Equality in Engineering conference, and the Engineering Talent Awards, and established the Masculinity in Engineering research theme leading to a new way to deliver more impactful positive interventions on organisational culture change. EqualEngineers has trained thousands of engineers on creating inclusive cultures from front line leaders and operatives to senior leadership and executive teams. Clients include EDF Energy, McLaren Racing, Eurostar, GKN Aerospace, Institution of Mechanical Engineers amongst others.

Mark is also Chair and Co-Founder of InterEngineering, a non-profit industry body that connects, informs and empowers LGBT+ engineers and supporters. In recognition of his diversity work, Mark won the coveted 'Corporate Rising Star' award at the 2016 British LGBT Awards and was ranked #2 in the 2015 Financial Times Future LGBT Leaders list (#6 in 2016). In addition, he was 'Highly Commended' at the Inclusive Networks Awards (2015), shortlisted for the 'Corporate Equality Award' by PinkNews (2016), and is a regular speaker at the London Business School.

He has worked with many Fortune 50 companies on D&I programs and talent engagement strategies and has also authored a white paper for the UK Government on tackling homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying in engineering. Mark is a Chartered Engineer (IChemE) by training with a focus on health and safety, having worked at KBR Inc (2013-2017) and ERM (2012-2013) before pursuing his work in diversity. He also holds a doctorate (PhD) in chemical engineering at Imperial College London (2009-2013).

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