Partner Talks

Partner Talks are webinars that position your organization as a thought leader or subject matter expert to information professionals. By delivering in-depth, up-to-date presentations on topics that benefit the special library and information professions, you can build loyalty and trust for your organization and brand while sharing valuable knowledge with potential customers.

When you collaborate with SLA on Partner Talks, you’ll receive our help and guidance in crafting your presentation and choosing a topic that will resonate with our members. You’ll also be able to take advantage of the many opportunities we’ve created for you to gain significant exposure before and after the initial broadcast of your Partner Talk.

As a Partner Talk sponsor, you’ll create a live, 30-minute, content-based program with a 20-minute Q&A session. Partner Talks typically attract 100-150 registrants, and some webinars draw more than 200. After the webinar, you’ll receive the registration list with contact details within 48-72 hours.

The benefits of presenting a Partner Talk with SLA are many:

  • Create lasting relationships with Partner Talk attendees by providing the information they need to get ahead and excel in their careers.
  • Make personal connections one-on-one during the question-and-answer period after your presentation.
  • Capture valuable leads through the broadcast and re-broadcast of your presentation.

For more information, contact Kathy Bradley at kbradley@sla.org.

Recent Partner Talks

Info Pros and the Changing Landscape of Technology
Presented by Springer Nature
24 September 2019

Transformative and Integrated Request Management: Can Your ILS Deliver?
Presented by Lucidea
26 February 2019

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