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BatFast manufactures and develops portable cricket simulators that allow users to face the world's best cricket bowlers. "Our scoring system, instant replay capability, state of the art stadium sound capability and commentary features make our simulators fun, engaging and competitive and are comfortably the most immersive sports simulation technology in the market. In 2016, we are conducting a tour of four UK shopping malls. Our goal is to engage the public with the sport of cricket and enable them to experience what it is like to be an international cricket batsman. We hope to partner with a brand that shares the same values as us, as we get more and more young people actively playing sports and building vibrant communities. Sponsors can expect to brand our equipment with their logos, get shared ownership of all social media content generated and naming rights to the event. Most importantly, sponsors will get to directly engage with thousands of users and create awareness of their brand to millions of users. The advertising brochure has more information and you can see other information on our website,
www.batfast.com. Hope this is of interest to your company and please do not hesitate to get in touch with us at any time". Contact: Runish Gudhka, Head of Business Development. Address: Gordon House, 29 Gordon Square, London WC1H 0PP. Tel.: 08006893137. E-mail: runish.gudhka@batfast.com.
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Some important features of the targeted shopping malls

    Family friendly
    Between 90K and 200K footfall per week
    Middle income and upper middle income shoppers

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Emmaus North East is a homelessness charity offering sponsors the opportunity to name a room in its new residence, in return for 2,000.00. "We are converting a former children's home to be a residence for an Emmaus community where fifteen formerly homeless people will live. They will work in the charity's shops and workshop, repairing and reconditioning donated household goods which are then sold in the shops. Local families on tight budgets are able to buy low cost goods and there is an environmental benefit as the donated items would otherwise have been disposed of at landfill sites. Residents, or 'companions' as they are known, get a secure place to live and work, as well as companionship and support to help them recover their confidence and self-respect. They learn useful work skills and eventually will move on to mainstream economic activity and independent living. There are currently twenty-eight Emmaus communities in the UK and over 300 worldwide, though none in the north east of England where there is a pressing need. They are extremely successful in enabling individuals who have lost everything to make a fresh start. Every 1 invested in an Emmaus community returns 11 in economic, social and environmental benefits". Contact: Susan Wilson. Address: 639-643 Durham Road, Low Fell, Gateshead NE9 5HA. Tel.: 07885 591466. E-mail:
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Nottinghamshire Flavours is an independently published 64-page quarterly magazine which celebrates the local Gourmet and Foodie scene in Nottinghamshire. Each issue features interviews with local food producers, specialist retailers, restaurateurs, chefs and other Food-related businesses. There are restaurant reviews, and articles on gourmet travel, wine, and 'grow-your-own' gardening. The magazine is sold through the county's farm shops, garden centres and specialist food outlets. It has a growing list of subscribers, and has been praised for its independent stance, quality editorial and determination to avoid over-reliance on advertising. "We are now looking for sponsorship partners for the magazine and its associated Foodie Events. Sponsorship packages start at 250; but rather than dictating packages and benefits, we would like to work with potential sponsors to design a tailor-made programme which will achieve the sponsor's aims". Contact: Alison Lowe. Address: Adelanta Events, 2 Commercial Road, Nottingham NG6 8HA. Tel.: 0115 975 6907. Fax: 0115 975 6907. E-mail: flavours@adelanta.co.uk.
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The Keen Green and Ethical Trade Market, to be held at Old Spitalfields, London, provides a great sponsorship opportunity to help increase a company's 'green credentials' within its local community and beyond. "Organiser the Market Square Group is offering a cost-effective sponsorship package of this brand new eco- and ethically-focused event, providing the opportunity to promote your eco-credentials and existing products or road-test or launch new ones within this premier London attraction. The Market Square Group is a long-established markets and events resource supplier which recognises the public's growing understanding of ethical and environmentally-friendly products and trading practices. Initially running every Tuesday and Wednesday during March 2012, the vibrant, colourful Keen Green and Ethical Trade Market will showcase producers and merchants of ethically-traded arts, crafts, clothing, jewellery and home furnishings from all over the world alongside free range, traceable and homemade local and regional food and drink. Supported by a comprehensive PR and marketing campaign, this unique event promises much more than retail therapy and will combine working demonstrations, entertainment and planned visitor attractions including a weekly auction and swap shop". Contact: Paul Kennedy. Tel.: 07944 599165. E-mail:
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Sponsorship package and benefits

The cost of sponsorship is 375.00 per week for four weeks.

    Branding opportunities throughout the venue
    Logo and details on 20,000 flyers
    Logo/link on the Market Square Group website
    Stall to sell and promote within the event

    ORT/002     LEITH CIRCLE
Leith Circle has become a very important community support group. Leith Circle, formed in 2009 by a local group of friends, has a shop which displays and sells local arts and crafts along co-operative principles. "In addition to this in the last three years we have 'inspired individuals to fulfil their potential'. Some have totally turned their lives around and taken a step forward instead of backwards. Some have achieved the first step into work in Scotland. Some have benefited from the shared life experience of others within the group and most do not feel they are on their own any more!!! Everyone in Leith is proud of Leith Circle; but it requires core funding to sucessfully launch future projects - specifically with regard to opening a cafe and kitchen refurbishment within an existing centre and to keep the circle and the shop going. The Leith community is very proud of the Leith Circle Shop and it has become a symbol of positivity in what is a very negative period of time". Contact: Sandra Marshall, Co-ordinator. Address: 115 Leith Walk, Edinburgh EH6 8NP. Tel.: 07564 138768. E-mail:


Untold Design CIC is a not for profit Community Interest Company which provides affordable showcasing opportunities for new and emerging designers to introduce themselves to press, media and buyers within the fashion industry. It also creates opportunities for designers and creatives to subsist themselves in the early stages of their careers at consumer events where they are able to meet with potential customers, build an awareness of their brand and sell to clients. The ethos of Untold is to work as a collective through which a cyclical programme of support and assistance is made available, with the aim of building a long-lasting legacy for new designers and creatives. The organisation relies solely on the hard work and dedication of volunteers and visionaries to take the vision forward; however, there is so much more that they have planned to really broaden their reach and their usefulness to designers and creatives, and they now seek outside sponsorship and support that will enable them to take the organisation to the next level. Currently, Untold produces fashion shows and exhibitions during London Fashion Week, including the Fashion Diversity event produced in partnership with Mahogany Model Management and Museum of London. They have also produced shows at such venues as the Clink Prison Museum, The Foundling Museum and the Kensington Rooms and have an ongoing partnership with the London Design Festival. Untold also works with Clothes Show London and debuts at The Glam Show at Earls Court this October. "All of these opportunities have been created through the organisation since it began in 2007. Over the next year we are seeking to establish a base from which designers can have a retail presence which will also double up as a flexible workspace and training venue for new and aspiring designers. We are seeking to forge long term working relationships with our supporters and sponsors and this can be in varying forms, including services in kind and monetary donations". Contact: Maame Baryeh, Founding Director. Address: 1 Charmouth House, Dorset Road, London SW8 1EU. E-mail: info@un-told.co.uk
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