What are some clever tech-related sponsorship levels?
October 14, 2009 7:12 AM   Subscribe

Help me think of some clever sponsorship levels for our upcoming tech conference.

I am on the planning committee for a fairly small (150ish attendees) national conference. The organization that puts on the conference is a group of Catholic IT professionals. This year, we're implementing sponsorship levels, like "Platinum", "Gold", and "Silver". But those are kind of boring.

Help us think of some technology-themed levels we can use.

We will have three levels of sponsorship, and the titles need to be obviously "good", "better", and "best".
posted by pyjammy to Work & Money (8 answers total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
 
kilo, mega, giga, tera, etc.
posted by carmicha at 7:30 AM on October 14, 2009


Archbishop, Cardinal, Pope
Dial-up, DSL, FiOS (or whichever three you prefer to use)
posted by iconomy at 7:36 AM on October 14, 2009


Microsoft, Apple, Red Hat.
posted by devnull at 7:39 AM on October 14, 2009


venial, cardinal and mortal?
or
Parish, Bishopric, Archdiocese?

Sorry, the catholic angle is far more lulzy than the tech.
posted by Cold Lurkey at 8:31 AM on October 14, 2009


Hyundai, Cadillac, Lexus
Green Ribbon, Red Ribon, Blue Ribbon
posted by theora55 at 11:13 AM on October 14, 2009


T-1, T-3, OC-3, OC-12, OC-48, OC-192 -- for the non-techies, these are the most common sizes of internet "pipes". A T-1 transmits 1.544 megabits per second, a T-3 is 43.232 megabits/second, an OC-3 is 155 megabits per second, and so on. As an ex-techie myself, I'd love to strut around saying "Yeah, well I'm an OC-3".
posted by Concolora at 12:34 PM on October 14, 2009


The nine orders of angels:
Angels, Archangels, Virtues, Powers, Principalities, Dominations, Throne, Cherubim and Seraphim.

Maybe use the first and last two?
http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/01476d.htm
posted by at at 6:32 PM on October 14, 2009


I think we're probably going to go with the mega/giga/tera suggestion. Not as exciting as I'd hoped, but easily understood, at least.
posted by pyjammy at 8:10 AM on October 15, 2009


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