Astonishing Science. Spectacular museum.
Our sponsors enjoy a high profile alignment with a trusted voice, networking opportunities and tailor-made business, employee and customer benefits.
Become a Corporate Sponsor and help us realise our ambition to make the Science Museum the best place in the world to enjoy science. This commitment drives everything we do, from transforming the visitor experience with new, reinterpreted galleries and powerful temporary exhibitions to presenting the world’s best learning programmes for all ages and lectures and events on the issues of our time.
Our sponsors enjoy a high profile alignment with a trusted voice networking opportunities and tailor-made business, employee and customer benefits.
But more than that, they share our passion to make sense of the science that shapes our lives and to inspire the scientists and technologists of tomorrow, enabling us to communicate how science and technology has shaped the modern world and the options that science and technology offer for different futures.
Support from our Corporate Partners has helped us this year to open new and exciting temporary exhibitions such as Collider and current opportunities to support future exhibitions include Robots and Cosmonauts. This year we open our new gallery, Media Space, and we have opportunities to support the redevelopment of our Maths, Computing and Medical galleries. Alternative opportunities include supporting the work in our contemporary science gallery, Antenna.
If you would like more information about the opportunities we can offer please contact Caroline Reid on 020 7942 4376 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We would like to acknowledge and thank all the Corporate Sponsors who have generously provided support to the Science Museum in recent years:
Accenture Advanced Oncotherapy ARM Holdings Bank of America Merrill Lynch Barclays Bayer BG Group BP BT Cambridge Wireless EADS Google GlaxoSmithKline IET Johnson Matthey Life Technologies Foundation Mastercard Motorola National Instruments The University of Nottingham Qualcomm Renishaw Shell Siemens STFC Winton Capital