Conference Sponsorship Opportunities

This year we look forward to partnering with individuals, small and large businesses and other organisations to support the music therapy community. The AMTA Conference will be back to in-person again, held in Melbourne. Sponsorship opportunities will range in price from only $300 upwards, and can be tailored to suit your budget and requirements.

The generous benefits of sponsorship offer exposure to over 250 health professionals in person at the Conference and PDS and online via the website in the lead up to the event. The limited Platinum, Gold and Silver sponsorship packages will provide supporters exclusive benefits that will showcase their business or organisation, and will communicate their dedicated support of music therapy. These packages will allow supporters to be part of the exhibition which offers exposure through branding, engagement and networking with 2022 attendees.

Conference sponsorship provides a unique opportunity to target your marketing to those who really need to see it. If an individual, a business, or an organisation you know of could benefit from partnering with AMTA this year, please forward them this information.

We welcome applications for sponsorship from all interested individuals, small business owners, organisations, associations, groups and services.

Please contact Kate Aitchison Conference Chair & Sponsorships Coordinator, about how you can be involved with the premier annual event for music therapists.

Kate Aitchison
Conference Chair & Sponsorships Coordinator

Please find below a copy of the AMTA 2022 Sponsorship prospectus & application form

Download Prospectus here
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