Code BEAM America Media partner proposal

Michael J michael.jaiyeola@REDACTED
Thu Sep 23 09:53:20 CEST 2021


I’m the community partner lead for Code BEAM America, which returns as a
virtual event this year over three half-days November 3-5.

Code BEAM America <>is
a dedicated dev conference, gathering the key figures and contributing
coders in the BEAM community who shape the open source project and
radically improve the way we look at using the software, including Erlang
and Elixir core team members from Ericsson and WhatsApp.

The conference is coming up in less than two months and we’d love for to support Erlang Solutions and Code Sync as a community

If you could help us spread the word about the conference, we’ll provide:


   1 complimentary virtual pass for someone from your team to join us

   1 complimentary virtual pass to raffle off to your community

   A 10% discount code to share with the rest of your community

   Plenty of exposure for your brand on our website and social media

In exchange, we ask for 3 social posts along with 2 newsletter mentions
leading up to the conference.

If this sounds good to you, please send over a web-ready version of your
logo  (.png files if possible) and some blurb we can add to our website.
I’ll then send over the Code BEAM America blurb, graphics and the various
complimentary promo codes. And if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to
get in touch and we can arrange a call to discuss.




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*Michael Jaiyeola*
FinTech Marketing Lead

*+44 (0) 20 7456 1020*

*+ 44 (0)7572 109 225*

*Erlang Solutions*
London, Stockholm, Kraków, Budapest, US Remote

upcoming conferences: *

ElixirConf EU: 
<> 8-10 September
Beam SF: <> 4-5 November

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