Adding event sponsors to events on your WordPress website helps to enhance the functionality of the website.

Event sponsorship has been around for a while and event organizers use different types of strategies to win the attention of the sponsors so that they can receive financial aid in the exchange for brand promotion.

Showcasing the sponsor logos or sponsor list is a technique used by most event-based websites to gain trust, get a sponsor, and show their loyalty towards their sponsors. Additionally, it attracts more companies willing to sponsor events.

You can add this feature to your events using the Event Sponsors extension.

In this article, we will demonstrate a simple and easy way to add events with sponsors, display sponsors lists, and more using the Event Sponsors extension.

 

 

Features of the Event Sponsors Extension

Event Sponsors extension helps you add and manage sponsors on your events website. Using this extension, you can add brand sponsor logos to any specific event.

The sponsors are visible on the front end of your website on the events description page. The event sponsors list will not only enhance the look of your events, but it will also add value to your events.

Here are some of the key highlights of this extension:

  • Upload sponsor logos to specific events from your dashboard
  • Horizontal display of sponsor logos on the event description page
  • Add single or multiple sponsor logos to any events
  • Add and manage sponsors on your events through the Global Settings Page

Explore additional advanced features that you can add to your events here.

Demonstration of How to Display Sponsors at an Event

Download the Event Sponsors extension from this link or from the button below. If you are already using the Premium or Premium+ versions of EventPrime, you do not need to download the extension separately. 

Try Event Sponsors!

After downloading the extension, install it on your WordPress dashboard. Follow the steps below to set up the extension and add events with sponsors displayed.

Step1: After downloading and installing the extension on your WordPress backend, go to the dashboard. 

Step2: Hover the cursor over the EventPrime menu and click on Events.

event sponsors

Step3: On the Events page, click on the event to which you wish to add the sponsors. 

event sponsors

Step4: Scroll down and click on ‘Dashboard.’

event sponsors

Step5: On the Dashboard page, scroll a bit down to find the ‘Sponsors’ option and click on it.

Sponsors event

Step6: From here you can upload one sponsor logo or multiple sponsors logos. (We have added multiple logos as an example)

Sponsor logo

Step7: Once done, save the setting and you can view the sponsor’s logo displayed on the front end of the event.

This is how it will look on the front end of the Event page:

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Event sponsors

Frontend Examples of Sponsors List

Example 1: Here is an example of a Vaccination Drive with a sponsors list:

event page

Sponsors list with multiple logos:

Event Sponsor list

Example 2: Here is another example of a Meeting with Sponsors images:

Sponsors

Sponsors’ images displayed on the Event page:

SponsorsSimilarly, you can display a list of sponsors for art events, concerts, conversions, and more.

In a Nutshell

If you have an events website, adding sponsors to the events can be profitable as they help in financing the events in the form of money, products, or services. 

The sponsor’s extension is a tiny tool that is useful in implementing and showcasing event sponsors.

You can also go ahead and try the EventPrime plugin that offers advanced extensions to create a robust event management website. 

The installation and usage of this plugin are exceptionally simple. Still, if you have any queries, you can comment below, and we’ll get you all sorted!

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