Sponsorship & Patronage

Please email sponsor@uknof.org.uk to discuss sponsoring a meeting, social event and / or being an annual corporate patron.

UKNOF (a not for profit organisation) relies on registration fees, patronage, and sponsorship to help with costs for its conferences as well as the costs of managing ongoing communications and promoting our and your Corporate Social Responsibility goals.

Generally, UNOF meetings are 1 – 2 days events comprising a range of technical presentations. It is all about being open and transparent and giving everyone a chance to attend. Other similar meetings tend to be closed affairs or charge hefty fees.

What we do is allow anyone with an interest to attend. We don’t just get the “usual suspects” from the global Internet meeting circuit at UKNOF, but a real cross-section of the UK Net Ops community – we can use UKNOF to bring the best of the content (and well known speakers) from the global circuit to a UK audience that can’t get to the bigger meetings, and cover topics which are closer to home and of specific interest to the local community.

UKNOF is about spreading the knowledge, the networking between people – to create a better informed industry.

UKNOF offers a range of sponsorship and patronage options each with a number of benefits for the sponsor and patron. These include opportunities to present to the UKNOF attendees in the meeting and live webcast plus the regular promotion of your brand in event communications in online and print media where applicable.

Speaker Information

Guidelines for Speakers at UKNOF Events

Respect Policy

Our primary mission is "distribution of clue". Our mailing list and meetings exist as an open environment which encourages information sharing and learning, to build an inclusive and welcoming community between the people who run the UK's IP networks.

Participate in UKNOF

This is an open participation list, comprising announcements about UKNOF meetings, plus other information and discussion of interest to network operators in the UK.

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