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Please note we will send an email with a link to the recording and a copy of the slide handout 1-2 days after you register.
If you have ever sought support, sponsorship or guidance from another organisation, you may have considered what is often referred to as an auspicing arrangement. Being auspiced can be a great way for community groups to access grants and funding, trial a new project or program, or hold a one-off event. In this webinar we’ll give you an overview of common auspicing arrangements and the key legal issues to consider, including what should go into an auspicing agreement.
- What is auspicing and when should you consider it
- Pros and cons for the auspicor and auspicee
- Key considerations for both parties of an auspicing arrangement (eg. privacy, intellectual property, and sharing information)
- Key terms of an auspicing agreement
- What to do if things go wrong
- Top tips and further resources
You’ll also get:
- A copy of webinar recording (available for 30 days)
- Information on further resources and support
Cost: $30 - $50
If your organisation is unable to cover the webinar fee or if you're having trouble registering please get in touch at email@example.com
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