SENIORS EXPO was created in 2015 with a vision of creating a one-stop community event where stakeholders can meet with service providers, businesses and community groups focusing on seniors’ issues, concerns and lifestyle.
Who comes to Seniors EXPO
We expect over 70 service providers and stakeholders to exhibit at EXPO and it is anticipated that nearly 1,000 seniors will visit SENIORS EXPO in 2017. Our audience is:
Male and female, predominantly aged from 55 to 70 years old
Living in Darwin (primary market), Territory or interstate
Individuals, couples and groups from different ethnicities
Stakeholders including constituents, members, supporters, government, funders and local partners.
Benefits of sponsoring EXPO
By sponsoring the COTA NT’S SENIORS EXPO 2017, you will be helping to:
• Create an age-friendly Territory • Add your voice and support to the call for an equitable and socially-just society • Target the largest growing sector of consumers in the Northern Territory
Link to a community of nearly 25,000 seniors. Senior Territorians make up just over 10% of the Territory’s population. At June 2014, the population of the Territory was 245,100. (The number of Senior Territorians is set to double by 2041).
Nationally known, locally recognised. There is a COTA in every State and Territory, each focusing on local seniors’ issues and concerns. Our national member magazine, ONECOTA brings it all together. There are over 50,000 COTA members throughout Australia.
Align your brand with an organisation trusted by local seniors. Sponsors secure a listing on our corporate website www.cotant.org.au including logo, business profile and contact information.
Network directly with seniors in the local community. At the SENIORS EXPO you can meet your market/consumer face to face to promote and see your products and services.
View Seniors EXPO 2015 and Seniors EXPO 2016 for a look at a Territory-flavoured seniors’ celebration! Call Stephanie, Events & Communications Manager on 8941 1004 or email to discuss options and investment levels.