Corporate Support

Partnering with the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland as a sponsor provides your business with the opportunity:

  • To target highly engaged membership and partner organisations both in the UK and overseas
  • To raise the visibility of your brand to new audiences and generate new, positive PR
  • To enhance image of your business by aligning your brand with a prestigious Society with over 230 years of history, supporting research excellence and understanding of Scotland’s past
  • To develop links with local communities to stimulate sales and positive staff recruitment
  • To entertain clients and maintain commitment, enthusiasm and pride of your employees with a specified number of complimentary tickets to special previews and sponsored heritage events

Showing there are many benefits for business of sponsorship, not least how sponsoring arts and heritage is certainly a lot more enjoyable and rewarding than buying advertising space.

Investec Wealth & Investment, our investment managers, are sponsored the Society’s new website in 2015. Kate Brown, Senior Investment Director, said “The Society website is a valuable resource for all those with an interest in Scotland’s past and we were delighted to support this new initiative”  

“We saw this as an opportunity to raise our profile and to become involved in archaeology at all levels… we’re very very proud to be involved…” Colm Moloney, Managing Director, Rubicon Heritage sponsors of the 2014 Rhind lectures.

To explore ways in which your company could work with the Society – be it through gifts in kind, equipment, the sharing of knowledge and expertise or corporate sponsorship of our programme of events and projects – please contact Andrea Kaszewski, Fellowship and Development, by email  or by telephone 0131 247 4350, who will be delighted to discuss options with you in more detail.


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