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NaNoWriMo sponsors

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NaNoWriMo has had a number of corporate sponsors. While NaNoWriMo is primarily funded by individual donors, the corporate sponsors help close the gap. These sponsors usually provide financial funding, but others also provide special offers for participants. Sponsors appear at the top of the Brought To You By page with clickable image logos.

A corporate sponsor must donate a minimum of $2,500 USD [1] to NaNoWriMo for each year of participation. Many are small independent companies or individual developers hoping to recoup their costs by providing incentives for participants to purchase their software. Supporting the corporate sponsors is a good way to get high quality writing software and encourage more corporate donations to NaNoWriMo.

The Special Offers and Greetings from NaNo Sponsors forum allows users to ask questions about the sponsor offers. A similar forum exists for asking questions about Camp NaNoWriMo sponsors.

List of NaNoWriMo's corporate sponsors

2016

  • Scrivener
  • MasterClass
  • Pronoun
  • Ulysses
  • Author's Republic
  • Reedsy
  • Bookbaby
  • Swoon Reads
  • Storyist
  • Aeon Timeline
  • Scribophile
  • Zoetic Press
  • Evernote
  • Kobo
  • 4thewords
  • Kindle Scout
  • Edit My Novel
  • Self Pub Book Covers
  • Scribendi
  • iA Writer
  • Medium

2015

  • Amazon Literary Partnership
  • FastPencil
  • Nook Press
  • Kindle Direct Publishing
  • Aeon Timeline
  • Scribophile
  • Kindle Scout
  • RescueTime
  • Gotham Writers
  • UpLiterate
  • Self Pub Book Covers
  • Edit My Novel
  • CreateSpace
  • Ulysses
  • Storybundle
  • Evernote
  • Bookbaby
  • Bibliocrunch
  • Scrivener
  • Pronoun
  • Freedom Plus
  • Reedsy
  • Storyist
  • 4thewords
  • Kobo
  • Swoon Reads
  • Zoetic Press

2014

  • Scrivener
  • StoryBundle
  • 4thewords
  • Swoon Reads
  • CreateSpace
  • Storyist
  • Zoetic Press
  • Lulu
  • Kobo
  • Blurb
  • JukePop
  • Ulysses
  • Evernote
  • Aeon Timeline
  • Bookow
  • BookBaby
  • Scribophile
  • FastPencil


2013

  • Amazon: a grant from Amazon
  • CreateSpace:
  • Kindle Direct Publishing:
  • Scrivener
  • Wattpad
  • Lulu
  • Storyist
  • Swoon Reads
  • Leanpub
  • Aeon Timeline
  • Kobo Writing Life
  • Bookbaby
  • FastPencil
  • Spark, A Creative Anthology
  • Litfactor
  • Book Country
  • Tablo
  • Bibliocrunch
  • Scribophile
  • Pubslush
  • Edit My Novel
  • Jukepop Serials
  • Chris Baty Studios
  • 48 Hour Books

2012

While NaNoWriMo did have sponsors in 2012, they haven't been listed here yet. List them maybe?

2011

  • CreateSpace sponsored NaNoWriMo. They provided five free copies of your published novel (shipping not included). This differed from the past offers in that one still had to purchase a proof copy in this year's offer.
  • PangurPad sponsored NaNoWriMo and providing 50% off for MLs as well as donating 5% of all sign ups back to NaNoWriMo.
  • Scribendi sponsored NaNoWriMo and offered free webinars on surviving NaNo for participants.
  • Scrivener sponsored NaNoWriMo and providing winners with a 50% off coupon for the Scrivener program.
  • Storyist Software sponsored NaNoWriMo and providing Wrimos with a 25% off coupon for the Storyist program along with a free November trial of Storyist.
  • WriteWay sponsored NaNoWriMo and providing 50% their professional edition.
  • Yarny sponsored NaNoWriMo and providing winners with 50% off one year's registration.
  • Amazon.com sponsored NaNo.
  • Edit My Novel sponsored NaNo.
  • Beezwax sponsored NaNo.
  • Dragon Naturally Speaking sponsored NaNo and offered a discount on their products to Wrimos.
  • PubIt sponsored NaNo in 2011 and hosted a special chat for Wrimos.

2010

  • Amazon.com provided NaNo with a $25,000 grant.
  • Scribendi sponsored NaNo in 2010 and provided Wrimos with 10% off the manuscript editing services.
  • CreateSpace provided NaNoWriMo winners with a free proof copy of their novel.
  • Scrivener sponsored NaNoWriMo and provided winners with a 50% off coupon for the Scrivener program.
  • Storyist Software sponsored NaNoWriMo and provided Wrimos with a 25% off coupon for the Storyist program along with a free November trial of Storyist.
  • ThinkGeek sponsored NaNoWriMo and provided coupons and gift certificates for donors of certain levels.

2009

  • Amazon.com provided NaNo with a $25,000 grant.
  • Scrivener sponsored NaNoWriMo and provided winners with a 50% off coupon for the Scrivener program.
  • CreateSpace provided NaNoWriMo winners with a free proof copy of their novel.
  • F+W Media sponsored NaNoWriMo in 2009.
  • Neo sponsored NaNoWriMo.

2008

  • CreateSpace provided NaNoWriMo winners with a free proof copy of their novel.

2007

  • Believer magazine sponsored NaNoWriMo.
  • Better World Books sponsored NaNoWriMo.
  • Chronicle Books sponsored NaNoWriMo and offered 20% off No Plot? No Problem! with free shipping to Wrimos.
  • CreateSpace provided NaNoWriMo winners with a free proof copy of their novel.
  • Neo sponsored NaNoWriMo.


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