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Expires
ADE/PL001
1883 MAGAZINE
"1883 Magazine celebrates all that is new and exciting in the world of fashion, music, film and the arts. We show you who and what is new and who to watch out for in the future! Born in West London in 2010, 1883 is an independently produced lifestyle biannual and online platform that showcases and promotes the most innovative new talent around. What began as a small fashion publication centred in-and-around London, has now evolved into an internationally distributed magazine that not only looks at fashion, but also delves into the worlds of music, film and the arts. This is the magazine where future talents reveal their thoughts, challenges and industry secrets. This is the magazine which captures the household names of tomorrow. 1883 Magazine's aim is to showcase and promote the most innovative new talent around. We provide the reader a rare opportunity to learn the reality behind the fantasy of inspiring images. Our philosophy is to portray this new talent in a professional way that can compete on an equal level with established talent showcased in other major fashion publications. 1883 does this via the use of top class imagery and editorials that are both stylishly laid out and printed on high quality, heavy weight gloss paper. 1883 Digital is a constant source of information on the hottest new talent in fashion, music, film and the arts. Our online site also encompasses 1883 TV, which streamlines interviews and creative videos for rapid consumption and 1883 Blog, which provides information in a more visual format. 1883 Digital holds regular competitions to engage the reader. 1883 has a small yet determined team, who work together persistently to promote and grow the brand. We are on the lookout for sponsors and collaborative partners who can identify with 1883's philosophy and would like to be associated with the brand". Contact: Alicia Tomlinson, Editor in Chief. Address: 6 Auriol Road, West Kensington, London W14 0SR. Tel.: 0044 77 80 99 55 09. E-mail:
alicia.tomlinson@1883magazine.com.
link to website

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Ongoing
     ADE/PL002    
BORDERLESS EXHIBITION: MADE IN ARTS LONDON (ARTS STUDENTS' UNION)
Arts Students' Union represents the 20,000+ students of the University of the Arts London's six colleges. "We aim to help students embrace different experiences as they develop their creative practice through study. Arts SU is independent from the University, which means that we are always on the side of students. Made in Arts London (MiAL) is a not-for-profit enterprise run by Arts SU, promoting and selling art and design by students and recent graduates. We support our artists in their personal and professional development to break into the creative market. MiAL curates annual exhibitions, which explore relevant themes affecting artists as they progress from student to professional. How will 'Brexit' and the introduction of borders affect emerging artists in the UK and beyond? Through a week-long exhibition of students' work and an inspiring programme of professional-development workshops, Borderless addresses the new socio-economic obstacles facing British and international students and discusses how contribution from creatives across the world is vital to our multicultural society. Approximately twenty selected MiAL artists will exhibit their work, which we invite the public to view and purchase should they wish. As a not-for-profit, all profit goes straight to our student artists, ensuring they are valued for their time and talent. We have a number of sponsorship opportunities available and are seeking the perfect organisations to creatively collaborate with, in turn benefiting Borderless, our student membership and your brand's visibility and status. Please get in touch for an informal chat about your marketing objectives and how your financial support will make a difference to the next generation of artists". Contact: Jess Forsyth. Tel.: 0207 514 6270. E-mail:
j.forsyth@su.arts.ac.uk
link to website

Benefits include:

    Substantial brand exposure to our 20,000+ creative students (digital, physical, social)
    Goodwill transfer: support prestigious artists in realising their potential
    Bespoke advertising campaign through Arts SU marketing channels

  www.facebook.com/MadeinArtsLondon
  www.twitter.com/MadeinArtsLDN

 

Ongoing
ADE/PL003

THE DESIGN & TECHNOLOGY ASSOCIATION
The Design and Technology Association inspires, develops and supports excellence in design and technology education for all. The organisation is a registered charity and professional association. It provides free advice and resources for teachers to use with primary, secondary and special needs pupils, cost return training and conferences, plus an awards ceremony for top D&T teachers. A range of sponsorship opportunities are available including associate membership, sponsorship of research and curriculum development groups, national and regional conferences and resources given to schools. Sponsors' names are entered on the charity's website, programmes, publications and posters, accessed by thousands of teachers. Contact: Richard Green, Chief Executive. Address: 16 Wellesbourne House, Walton Road, Wellesbourne, Warwickshire CV35 9JB. Tel.: 01789 470007. Fax: 01789 841955. E-mail: richard@data.org.uk.
link to website

 

Ongoing

ADE/PL004

HANDMADE IN BRITAIN: SCULPT AT KEW
Handmade in Britain is regarded by exhibitors and visitors as one of the leading organisers of contemporary craft and art fairs in the UK. With annual visitor figures exceeding 15,000+, Handmade in Britain events are an essential highlight of the UK's craft portfolio for designer-makers, collectors, industry professionals and design enthusiasts. Established in 2007, Handmade in Britain has provided a platform of support and promotion for art and craft talent through fairs, events alongside workshops and business mentoring for over a decade. In 2015, after the successful launch of the international contemporary craft event Handmade at Kew, Handmade in Britain is excited to collaborate once again with Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew to present a brand new outdoor sculpture trail, Sculpt at Kew. Bringing together the beautiful natural surroundings of the iconic Kew Gardens with stunning, man-made creations, Sculpt at Kew provides the opportunity for artists to show and sell their work whilst allowing the public to enjoy both the sculptures for sale and the gardens themselves. "Handmade in Britain is an ambitious and ever-expanding brand. We are continuously researching and developing fresh opportunities in the creative industry. With a passion for handmade, we seek new ways to promote the work of talented makers, designers and craftspeople and reach new audiences. We promote quality and skill, supporting worthy and lasting practices and these values are echoed in the way we work. We work with arts organisations to raise the profile of British designers through our shows and we are increasingly conscious of the opportunities we can offer to companies interested in supporting the British design industry, and in reaching its affluent, fashionable and discerning audience. We invite you to support the launch of this brand new sculpture exhibition, and in turn support contemporary artists and sculptors working in the UK today. We have a number of sponsorship opportunities available and are seeking like-minded organisations to creatively collaborate with, in turn benefiting Sculpt at Kew and your brand's visibility and status. Please get in touch for an informal chat about your marketing objectives and how your financial support will make a difference to the cultural landscape of the UK through the introduction of this new exhibition". Contact: Piyush Sun. Address: Studio 31, 21 Clerkenwell Green, London EC1R 0DX. Tel.: 0203 105 1682. E-mails:
piyush@handmadeinbritain.co.uk and info@handmadeinbritain.co.uk
link to website

Benefits

    Bespoke advertising campaign.
    Substantial brand exposure to over 100,000+ visitors during five week exhibition.
    Support and champion contemporary British and internationally renowned artists and talented craftspeople.
    Align your company with our industry values - quality, sustainability, tradition, heritage and conscious consumption.
    Raise brand awareness and associate your company with quality contemporary art and craftsmanship of the highest level.
    Build a mutually beneficial and bespoke partnership with Handmade in Britain that addresses your interests and objectives.
    Take full advantage of an iconic world heritage site in London, the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
 
https://www.facebook.com/handmadeinbritain/  
https://twitter.com/handmadebritain

 


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9th September, 2017
ADE/PL005

THE LONDON DESIGN FESTIVAL
The London Design Festival is an international event held every September to celebrate and promote the best of London and the UK's design and creative talent. The festival acts as an umbrella for over 155 partners including national and regional government, national museums, membership organisations, galleries and trade shows that stage a diverse range of events and activities during the festival period. It is well established on the international creative calendar. As an integral partner with the event, the sponsor is promised the full benefit of massive media coverage plus an on-street presence at high profile venues across London. This is a highly targeted sponsorship property ideal for a brand trying to reach a high end audience with a clear association with design excellence. Contact: Sponsorship Department. Address: 33 John Street, London WC1N 2AT. Tel.: +44 (0) 20 7242 6022. E-mail:
hello@londondesignfestival.com
link to website

 

Ongoing
ADE/PL006
LONDON MOTOR MUSEUM
Opened in late 2007, a five minute journey from the UK's busiest airport, London Heathrow, and a fifteen minute train ride from London Paddington station, London Motor Museum is an exciting, innovative museum which encapsulates the essence of motoring achievement and features an element of extreme conversion vehicles never seen before. The museum's collection currently houses over 200 vehicles, covering the eras of the 1930s through to modern day concept cars. A wide range of transport vehicles is displayed, including bikes, trucks and concept cars. Being the only motor museum in the London region, the museum is able to stimulate the most profound motoring fanatics as well as provide an educational element which introduces innovation and core aspects of technology and design. A wide market reach, with targeted audiences being families, predominately males, and a large tourist interest, the London Motor Museum provides a fantastic canvas for inventive displays and exhibitions, being involved in some of the most prestigious and well-known motoring events - such as Goodwood Festival of Speed and Top Gear Live - and working for companies such as Nokia, Microsoft and Disney. London Motor Museum has always heavily based employment for the younger generation and provides hands-on opportunities to be involved in all aspects, such as planning, marketing and production. The museum's aims are to provide unique opportunities for the local community; it aims to raise funds for local youth programmes as well as establish a base and provide training through workshops and employment prospects. The museum is seeking sponsorship to market and promote the education programmes and to fund core collaboration projects with the community. The redevelopment of the suites will greatly improve revenue sources. To implement the second phase, a subsidiary museum in central London is planned. London Motor Museum is looking for sponsors to help fund projects and the redevelopment of the museum. All sponsors will get advertising space on the museum website, within the museum premises and on all brochures and leaflets, great marketing material and use of the museum facilities and vehicles. Contact Mai Elo, Manager. Address: 3 Nestles Avenue, Hayes, Middlesex UB3 4SB. Tel.: 0800 195 0777. Fax 0208 561 7263. E-mail:
mai@londonmotormuseum.co.uk
link to website

 

Ongoing
ADE/PL007
MASQUERADE 2K LTD
Masquerade 2000 is seeking partners to put on performances at various events. "We are one of the UK's largest carnival floats/troupes, comprising 800-1,000 participants from diverse cultures and age groups, from the regions and London, appearing on both days of carnival. The London Notting Hill Carnival attracts 2.5 million visitors over the August Bank Holiday weekend. We offer sponsorship packages which are tailored to the individual needs of our sponsors, enabling you to achieve the maximum exposure and awareness for your brand, product, service or business. We offer opportunities for advertisement on our banners (trucks), 800 t-shirts and any other promotional materials you may wish to distribute. You may also be linked to the website 'm2kmas.com', e-newsletter and social media platforms. M2K mas was established in 1992 and has celebrated over twenty years of carnival with our superior security, promoting health and safety. We are a responsible professional organisation, winning major awards for our artistry. We have been featured on prime time television, press (VogueUK.com, Time Out London, Metro, etc.) and promotional material for the Olympics and Millenium celebrations. Previous sponsors include British Airways, Asda, Supermalt and ESG. We attend other regional carnivals in Swanage, Derby, Leicester and Bristol (half million visitors). Further details are available on request". Contact: Margaret Hamilton. Address: 32 Chichester Road, London E11 3LH. Tel.: 07956880635. E-mail:
m2kmas@hotmail.co.uk.
link to website

M2K Opportunities

     Notting Hill Carnival launch: theme and product line
     M2K at Notting Hill Carnival parade (two day event)
     St Patricks Day appearance in Ireland: performers and float
     DJ Competition
     'R U Ready 2 Dance' competition.

 

Ongoing
ADE/PL008
MUSIC DESIGN AWARDS
The Music Design Awards recognise designers, worldwide, for the outstanding work they do for the music industry, at every level. To those in the know, designing for the music industry takes hard, hard work and real innovation - strokes of brilliance underscored with inspiration - leading to spectacular end results. Design for the music industry is unrelentingly challenging and occupies the minds of the world's most inspired, leading-edge designers and design houses. The Music Design Awards represent an opportunity for designers around the world to enter their projects for clients. The awards are truly global in context and open to designers from all regions. There are sixty-two awards to win - eleven project categories across five music genre groupings and seven continental region categories. Leading companies seeking to encourage and reward great design for the music industry support the Music Design Awards. The organisers of the Music Design Awards are keen to foster longer term relationships with partners/supporters and build enduring two-way relationships, ensuring supporters benefit from positive exposure and the Awards benefit from the credible support of companies for whom the link between design and music is important. Supporting organisations will benefit from electronic media exposure (in the form of website and editorial content), email activity, e-bulletins and e-ads on search engines. They will also gain exposure in more traditional media such as direct mail, editorial in trade titles, carefully selected display advertising and support from media partners. Contact: Marie Thomas, Operations Director. Address: Music Design Awards (jla), 80 Great Portland Street, London W1W 7NW. Tel.: +44 (0) 20 8675 8405. E-mail: marie.thomas@musicdesignawards.com.
link to website

 

Ongoing
    ADE/PL009    
THE SHEFFIELD COLLEGE: TED (TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING AND DESIGN)
The £15.6 million Sheffield College upgrade will lead to new facilities and courses linked to areas of growth for the regional economy. "£6.8 million of this project is being used to build an extension on our Olive Grove Road Campus, which will see the launch of the latest technology, engineering and design facilities including teaching accommodation and workshops. Opened in September 2015, the new centre is known as TED (Technology, Engineering and Design). Through sponsorship opportunities, we are looking to raise additional funds to equip our refurbished workshops and new technical classrooms, with equipment and systems of industry and professional standards - this will ensure our learners have the best possible chance of filling ever-growing employer skills gaps. For example, we are proposing new course provision to include robotics, control systems engineering, design and computer numeric control, and sustainable development. We are aiming to train the next generation of engineers in the latest technology, engineering and design facilities. We currently work with over 1,000 students completing apprenticeships, diploma and higher level qualifications. We have already established strong connections with industry - for example, training apprentices for employers including Tata Steel Speciality Steels". Call for updated details. Contact: James Smythe, Deputy Principal. Address: The Sheffield College, Granville Road, Sheffield S2 2RL. Tel.: 0114 2602600. E-mail:
james.smythe@sheffcol.ac.uk.
link to website

Key areas for investment

We have four specialist curriculum areas based at TED: Mechanical Engineering and Manufacturing, Electrical Engineering and Installation, Motor Vehicle and Plumbing, Heating & Ventilation. We are looking to invest in state of the art equipment to provide quality, industry standard experiences for students in these vocational areas:

  Mechanical Engineering and Manufacturing
: Co-ordinate Measuring Machine (CMM)
: Laser cutter
: Lathes
: Millers

  Electrical Engineering and Installation
: Robotics equipment
: PLC equipment
: Oscilloscopes
: Signal generators

  Motor Vehicle
: Piaggio Chassis trainer
: Electric vehicle and hybrid rigs - pneumatic
: Electric vehicle and hybrid rigs - hydraulic
: Electric vehicle and hybrid rigs - hybrid
: Electric car

  Plumbing, Heating & Ventilation
: Renewable energy training rig
: Under floor heating training rig
: Pressure testing equipment
: Pipe threading machines

 

Ongoing
 

 
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