Ada Lovelace Day depends upon the generosity of our sponsors, and over the years we've had some fabulous companies supporting our work, including ARM, J. P. Morgan, Google, UCL Engineering, Deloitte, Siemens Rail Automation, Xero and many more.
We have a number of sponsorship options for companies or individuals looking to support our work in 2020 and beyond, with packages starting from £1,000 and covering both Ada Lovelace Day and the Finding Ada Conference. For ongoing support, please take a look at our Sustaining Sponsor option which is just £1,000 per annum.
We are also happy to create a custom packages, whether that's a specific project you'd like to support, a multi-year agreement, or a particular goal you have for your sponsorship.
By sponsoring Ada Lovelace Day, you will be helping to promote the work of women in STEM on a global level. This is your opportunity to make an impact on the world of tomorrow by encouraging girls and women to study and pursue a career in the exciting fields of STEM. In working with us, you will be associated with a vibrant, forward- thinking community and an event beloved around the world.
To secure a sponsorship package, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and let her know which sponsorship level you are interested in and which company/organisation you represent.
All event sponsorship package items related to the event itself are subject to confirmation with the venue. If an item is deemed impractical by the venue, we will agree an acceptable alternative with each sponsor. Speaker slots and/or stalls are NOT included in any sponsorship package.
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Ada Lovelace Day was founded in 2009 by Suw Charman-Anderson and Ada Lovelace Day Live! has been held every year since 2011. ALD has grown enormously from its humble origins as a day of blogging ten years ago and is now a truly global event. The first independent events were held in 2011 in the UK and America. Since then, there have been at least 643 events that we know of, in 216 different towns or cities, in 38 countries, across all major inhabited continents.