n 1 a person or group that provides funds for an
activity, esp a.
a commercial organisation that pays all or part of the cost of
putting on a concert, sporting event, etc. b.
a person who donates money to a charity when the person requesting
the donation has performed a specified activity as part of an
organised fund-raising effort. 2 someone that finances
a project or an event carried out by another person or group,
especially a business enterprise that pays for radio or television
programming in return for advertising time. 3 a person
or group that promotes another person or group in an activity
or the activity itself, either for profit or for charity. 4
a person who presents and supports a proposal or suggestion. ~vb
5 to act as a sponsor for (someone or something)
n 1 (computing) a. a mechanism for creating
a virtual connection between processes. b. communication
end-point to a network. 2 a fitting - small and often standardised
accessory to a larger system. 3 a receptacle, a.
container that holds items or matter. b. (Electrical) a
device for insertion to harness power and connect in a circuit.
principal portal that aids local, national and International new
and established Sponsors; private individuals or businesses, that
have scarce time to trawl the Internet or various periodicals,
in order to find suitable events/projects via private or public
organisations, charities, community groups or social enterprises,
to participate in a campaign where they can promote their services
and/or products to achieve better business awareness, development
between the Alpha or Beta
easy as A, B, C.
effective portal that aids organisations seeking sponsorship of
their event or project, through making their event/project visible
online or on a preferred list.
between the Option 1, Option
2, or, Option 3 packages.
easy as 1, 2,