Marketing, promotion and networking opportunities.
Why not get involved in arts events?
Here are some of the benefits:
Kent Creative works closely with its sponsors throughout the year and is happy to discuss ways in which it can customise sponsorship to meet your company’s aims/ethos.
We offer a number of packages with benefits that allow you to use your sponsorship as a pro-active marketing activity. Also, sponsorship is tax deductable!
Want to find out more and get involved?
To discuss opportunities and secure your place as a sponsor, please contact Nathalie at Kent Creative
Phone: 079 6646 2522
“The two networking evenings we attended provided an opportunity to meet passionate individuals who proved to be a source of inspiration and fresh ideas. These encounters not only expanded our local network of contacts but also created collaboration opportunities that we would not have otherwise considered.
Our presence as a sponsor of Kent Creative generated significant interest in our jewellery. Through discussions and interactions during the events, we were able to showcase our company to a diverse and engaged audience. This increased visibility attracted new potential clients and enhanced our reputation as a quality artisan in our city.
We are delighted to have participated in the events organised by Kent Creative and supported them through our sponsorship. They have been unique opportunities to showcase our jewellery in a creative way, and new projects are being contemplated for future collaborations.”
Anne et Philippe Rullière – www.rulliere.fr
“Through this sponsorship, we were able to reaffirm our commitment to playing a role in the community, supporting a photo exhibition showcasing our town and celebrating our shared heritage. Also, the private views in which we participated were opportunities to meet creative people, growing our local network.”
David and Steve Root – www.roots.uk
“Shepherd Neame are delighted to support local artists and are proud to have sponsored the Kent Creative Awards for the second year. As part of the judging panel, we had the privilege of seeing some of the most creative work throughout Kent, much of which was spectacular and was recognised at the awards”.
Moray Neame, Communications – Shepherd Neame Ltd – www.shepherdneame.co.uk
“The first thing to say about being a sponsor for the Kent Creative Awards is how much fun it was. Such a lovely supportive, engaging and substantial group of creatives and Kent Creative has galvanised them into a real force in Kent.
As for tangible results, Nathalie understands that sponsors need more than having a logo displayed somewhere.
Aside from positioning we have got solid leads, and new premium clients as a direct result of our sponsorship which means it has more than paid for itself just in terms of covering the outlay – not too mention all of the less tangible benefits such as exposure, reach and positioning.
We are proud to be sponsors of the Kent Creative Awards and look forward to another successful partnership for the coming year.”
“It was a delight to be able to host the Kent Creative Awards and to see how much the recognition of their achievements means to the award winners and all of those present. “The Kent Creative Awards are now a permanent fixture and are a great impetus for creative entrepreneurs and social enterprises. With the creative industries in the UK adding £10m every hour to the UK economy, it’s no wonder we, at Ashford School, see them as a vital part of childrens’ futures”
Mike Buchanan – Head of Ashford School – www.ashfordschool.co.uk
“Federation of Small Businesses was delighted to sponsor the Kent Creative Business of the Year category at this year’s award ceremony. The winners were Bombus, a personalised map location gift company. Everything they make is hand-made to order using quality materials, local suppliers and old-fashioned, low-impact production techniques of decoupage. Congratulations also to the runners up and all the small businesses operating in the booming creative sector across Kent. The awards showcased a very diverse spectrum of culture and art from passionate individuals right across the county.”
David Milham – FSB Kent and Medway – www.fsb.org.uk