Corporate Sponsorship

Become a Corporate Sponsor

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Corporate Support

In collaboration with our corporate members and sponsors, we are raising the level of awareness, attention and education about atopic dermatitis/eczema (AD). We have entered a new era, with AD now being more broadly recognized as a life-altering inflammatory skin condition with numerous co-morbidities and requiring chronic, multidisciplinary care. It is an exciting and, we anticipate, historic time to come together internationally and across all communities – patient, medical, and payor – to advance our shared goals.

Become a Corporate Member

Join us in shaping the future for atopic dermatitis! The IEC is deeply committed to AD research and education, and is seeking collaborators who share our vision of one unified voice across the patient, payor, and medical communities. Corporate Members contribute unrestricted funds to support the IEC’s overall mission and goals, and can be part of our team in brainstorming about priorities towards advancement. Total annual support from corporate members may also include educational grants and other monetary support to help advance the IEC’s mission.

Our Corporate Members form the Corporate Council of the IEC, each with a designated liaison for our Industry Liaison Committee. Unrestricted support is critical as we build upon our operational foundation, establish our website, solidify our multi-year strategic plans, prioritize our list of unmet needs and, most importantly, implement our planned programs in 2016 and beyond. It is a crucial time to organize and we hope you’ll unite with us in this effort.

Donated funds are used to organize, plan, market and run the IEC and the professional meetings of the IEC. In addition, working groups are collaborating on AD-related definitions, setting new international standards, and developing publications as tangible outcomes of our meetings. Funding will also be used for our important liaison function to provide educational materials from our experts to other organizations, including the National Eczema Association (NEA).

Corporate sponsorship enables companies to:

  • Connect internationally with physicians and researchers at the forefront of science
  • Advance research to find better treatments for AD
  • Identify and educate the broader community about new advances and treatments
  • Participate in outreach and education programs specific to AD
  • Support advocacy efforts in the field
  • Collaborate with other organizations to bring knowledge and advances to physicians, researchers and patients

When you become a corporate sponsor with the IEC, your company may:

  • Expand its reach to a highly committed group of scientists and physicians who are committed to advancing AD research and awareness
  • Drive awareness and visibility of your leadership in AD research
  • Contribute directly to finding better treatments and ultimately curing AD

Corporate Membership Levels and Benefits

President’s Council ($200,000 or more annually)

Your President’s Council participation enables:

  • Up to quarterly in-person or telephone conferences with IEC leadership
  • Involvement in meetings and roundtable discussions as appropriate
  • Special invitations to receptions with IEC leaders
  • Active engagement in surveys and outreach from IEC leaders when considering policy decisions and directions
  • Participation on our Industry Liaison Committee
  • Appointments to other selected committees and task forces
  • Recognition of your President’s Council membership on the IEC website and marketing

Executive Council ($100,000-$199,999 per year)

Your Executive Council participation enables:

  • Meetings twice yearly with IEC leadership (including a once a year face-to-face at the AAD Conference)
  • Involvement in meetings and roundtable discussions as appropriate
  • Special invitations to receptions with IEC leaders
  • Participation on our Industry Liaison Committee
  • Recognition of your Executive Council membership on the IEC website and marketing

Director’s Council ($50,000-$99,999 per year)

Your Director’s Council participation enables:

  • A yearly meeting with IEC leaders
  • Engagement in surveys
  • Participation on our Industry Liaison Committee
  • Recognition of your Director’s Council membership on the IEC website and marketing

Councilor’s Council ($25,000-$49,999 per year)

Your Councilor’s Council participation enables:

  • Participation on our Industry Liaison Committee
  • Recognition of your Councilor’s Council membership on the IEC website

Educational Grants

In addition to unrestricted grants provided by Corporate Members, we also collaborate with industry supporters who provide Educational Grants on specific programming and educational events. If your organization has a particular interest that you’d like to discuss, please contact Margaret Jung, Executive Director, to set up an exploratory meeting with IEC leadership.

Additional Opportunities

In addition to unrestricted grants, we also collaborate with industry supporters on specific programming and educational events. If your organization has a particular interest that you’d like to discuss, please contact Margaret Jung, Executive Director at mjung@eczemacouncil.org, to set up an exploratory meeting with IEC leadership.

Our Corporate Supporters

We thank the following corporate members for their valuable collaboration during the launch of the IEC. We urge others to join with us now, as we build momentum and ramp up our efforts and capabilities. At this critical time in history, we can enable significant and life-changing advancements in AD research and education. Together, we can vastly improve the quality of life for AD patients around the world.

President’s Council Members

The President’s Council is the IEC’s highest tier of membership and recognition. These companies contribute $200,000 or more annually to advance AD research and education in support of the IEC’s mission.

  • Abbvie
  • Pfizer
  • Sanofi Genzyme and Regeneron Pharmaceuticals

Executive Council Members

Executive Council members contribute $100,000-199,000 annually in unrestricted funding. Thanks to the following companies for their Executive Council membership:

  • Leo Pharma
  • MedImmune/AstraZeneca

Director’s Council

Director’s Council members contribute $50,000-99,999 annually in unrestricted funding. Thanks to the following companies for their Director’s Council membership:

  • Amgen
  • Celgene
  • Chugai
  • Eli Lilly and Company
  • Galderma
  • GSK/Steifel
  • LEO Foundation

Councilor’s Council ($25,000 per year)

Councilor’s Council members contribute $25,000-$49,999 annually in unrestricted funding. Thanks to the following Councilor’s Council member:

  • Valeant