Looking For Sponsor is a website where people and organizations can post their sponsorship opportunities. Companies and brands can then search our site to find sponsorships that interest them. When they find a match, companies can purchase sponsorships directly on our site.
Ubiquitools LLC is the company that created Looking For Sponsor and bizb.io.
Your profile name is the name displayed in your public profile and at the bottom of all your sponsorship opportunity posts.
You must be signed in to change your profile name. Once you've signed in, select the "My Account" option in the dropdown menu at the top right hand corner of the Looking For Sponsor site. In the box titled Public Profile, click the edit button to the right of your profile name. Then simply enter your new name and click the save button.
As described in our code of conduct, we require that sponsorship creators accurately and honestly describe their opportunities. There are, of course, situations where a sponsorship creator and sponsor might decide that a contribution should be refunded. When this is the case, sponsorship creators can use our platform to refund sponsorship contributions.
Before reading further, please note that our refund policies only apply if you have made a payment through our system. If you purchase a sponsorship off-platform (e.g., via Cash App, Venmo, check, or cash) we cannot assist you in any way with refunding that purchase.
We recommend that sponsors seek refunds before the 1st of the month following their payment. After this date has passed, we cannot guarantee that a refund will be possible as funds will have been paid out to the sponsorship creator.
If a sponsor believes that the sponsorship they purchased is fraudulent or misleading, they should first ask for a refund from the sponsorship creator. As a last resort, sponsors can file a report with the Looking For Sponsor team.
If a sponsorship creator is found to post intentionally fraudulent opportunities, their account will be immediately banned, disabled, and/or deleted. The Looking For Sponsor team will determine if a post is intentionally fraudulent or accidentally misleading on a case by case basis and will take appropriate action based on their judgement.
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for further support.
After signing in, go to the menu in the top right hand corner of your screen and select Post New Opportunity, then follow the instructions. You can also click the Create Post button at the top of the opportunities page.
There are a few ways you can get your sponsorship opportunity post seen by potential sponsors:
Once companies are viewing your opportunity, you need to convince them to become sponsors. To increase the odds of a company sponsoring your opportunity, you'll want to craft an attractive post. Learn more about creating good posts by reading our guide on how to get sponsored.
Read our sponsorship pricing guide if you're trying to figure out how much you should charge companies/brands for sponsorships. This content is also included in our longer guide on how to get sponsored.
No, you cannot post opportunities for another person or organization. While we have allowed this behavior in the past, we chose to disallow it moving forward to remove opportunities for fraud and reduce confusion on the part of sponsors.
Our full list of sponsorship opportunities can be found by visiting the opportunities section of the Looking For Sponsor website. You must sign in to view this page.
Visit the opportunities section of our site. After signing in, this will take you to a list of all opportunities available on Looking For Sponsor.
At the top of this page, click the Search button. You can search based on location, type, date, and other factors. Select the type of tag you want to search for, choose from the options in the displayed dropdown menus, and click Add To Tags. Once you have added all the tags you want to search for, click Search. This will search for posts that have all the tags you selected.