A business partnership with Central Library will help position your organisation as a champion of children’s development, a benefactor of education and culture, and a supporter of new business development and regional economic growth. Business partnerships can be tailor-made to suit your organisation’s objectives through mutually beneficial and attractive sponsorship deals.
Share in the library’s success and support future activities whilst offering clients, employees and other stakeholders privileged access to amazing collections and resources in an architecturally stunning venue. With an estimated 2 million visitors in the first year and prominent national media attention, position your business as a champion of children’s development, a benefactor of education and the arts and a supporter of new businesses. Partnerships can be tailor-made to suit your organisation’s objectives through mutually beneficial and attractive sponsorship deals. We can create bespoke commercial benefits and explore interesting ways for your business to engage with the library.
Become a Gold, Silver or Bronze Business Partner and impress your guests with unique ‘behind the scenes’ tours; entertain your clients, staff and stakeholders with an event in the new Performance Space; let your organisation’s name shine on our prestigious supporter board in the grand Shakespeare Hall entrance or have your business name or logo on a limited number of study rooms in a busy area close to the new Business & IP Centre.
Bronze Business Partner – £2,000+VAT over two years
Silver Business Partner – £6,000+VAT over two years
All the ‘Bronze’ benefits plus:
Gold Business Partner – £10,000+VAT over two years
All the ‘Silver’ benefits plus:
To discuss these opportunities contact Development Manager, Chris Whitfield on 0161 234 1931 or email [email protected]
We are very keen to forge a number of exclusive, long term and mutually beneficial business partnerships with a number of organisations at a range of levels. Your organisation's support and commitment would help to create and sustain a new educational and cultural programme.
For an initial discussion, contact Development Manager, Chris Whitfield on 0161 234 1931 or email [email protected]