Awarded Top Conference 2021, Imprint is the university’s premier marketing and corporate branding conference. Our vision is to educate attendees on the enormous variety of marketing careers available, while also relaying to them the importance and relevance of branding both in the corporate world and within their own personal lives.
- Suzanne Pang, UBC IMPRINT Chairperson
Imprint would like to acknowledge that while we are all online in different places, UBC’s Point Grey Campus is located on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territory of the Musqueam people. As a student-led service, we collectively value our community and we encourage you to explore and research more about UBC's land and also the land where you reside now.
You can learn more at www.native-land.ca.
Why should I attend UBC Imprint?
When and where is UBC Imprint 2022?
UBC Imprint 2022 will be held in-person. Further information will be released through our newsletter. Make sure to join to stay updated!
How much does an Imprint ticket cost and what does it include?
UBC Imprint tickets are highly subsidized by the CUS and priced as follows: $40 for UBC Sauder students and $60 for non-Sauder students (i.e. all other faculties and external delegates). Further information will be posted soon!
Where and how can I register for the conference?
You can register for the 2022 UBC Imprint Conference through our case competition. Further information will be posted soon!
Can non-Sauder / non-UBC students attend UBC Imprint?
Yes! UBC Imprint is open to all faculties and we encourage anyone who is interested to attend. Marketing and corporate branding are universal topics that are not only fun, but also relevant to us all! We’re also excited to welcome non-UBC delegates.
What is the dress code?
Will I have an opportunity to speak to business delegates?
Yes! Throughout the event you will have numerous opportunities, including our new speed networking portion as well as the coffee reception and dinner.
What is branding?
Your brand is your promise to your customer. It tells them what they can expect from your products and services, and it differentiates your offering from that of your competitors. Successful companies differentiate themselves through their brands by staying true to their brand promise and by building sustainable long-term relationships with their consumers.