The team at the Museum of Brands is experienced at working creatively with partners to develop original and bespoke partnerships and the museum enjoys long-term relationships with many of its supporters. There are opportunities available to sponsor a special exhibition or a case within the Museum.
By becoming a Sponsor your company will have the exclusive opportunity to:
- Align your brand with the only museum in the world that actively presents brands and retailers as positive contributors to our society
- Network at invitation only events, attended by high profile marketers and creatives at one of London’s most inspiring locations
- Raise your profile amongst key audiences through sponsorship recognition at the museum and on social media, reaching the museum’s 475,000 followers from across the globe
Previous Sponsored Exhibitions have included:
- Founding sponsors including Kellogg’s, Vodafone, Cadbury, DS Smith
- Anniversary exhibitions for BIC, Guinness, P&G, Which? Magazine, Public Health England, Time Out and Mr Men
- Sustainability exhibition series sponsored by Tesco
- Colgate, Hovis, Marmite
Related Event Opportunities have included:
- easyGroup brand exhibition
- Professional development talks programme
- Commissioned film shorts e.g. Women in Advertising
- Pack to the Future press breakfasts on Smart Packaging, Sustainability, Personalisation
The exhibit by brand owner Diageo, tracks the development of Johnnie Walker’s advertising, from early text-based print ads, through to illustrations featuring the famous striding man, right up the recent cross-media examples.
With a display that celebrates innovation in environmentally-friendly packaging, Pro Carton showcases the winners of their annual award, highlighting the best in renewable, recyclable and biodegradable carton board.
Dementia Programme Sponsorship
Living Brands is a wellbeing programme aimed to provide multi-sensory resources, training, and reminiscing activities for people living with dementia, carers, and families. We provide creative reminiscing sessions at care homes, day centres, and memory cafes both in person and virtually.
Currently the programme reaches 63,000 people, across the UK and we are thought leaders on the topic. These sessions have demonstrated they improve engagement with participants and carers and improve emotional wellbeing.
Opportunities to support the Living Brands programme include professional development and online and digital partnerships