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Ladies and gentlemen,here are the winners of the Arts & Business Awards in partnership with Jaguar Land Rover
Tate Modern is staging the most comprehensive exhibition ever devoted to foremost Pop artist Roy Lichtenstein.
This partnership between Bloomberg and the Roundhouse was initially formed prior to the venue’s reopening in 2006.
Pharmaceutics giant Takeda has taken the London Symphony Orchestra to delighted audiences throughout the world through a staggering 192 sponsored concerts so far.
Eager to show the world the fresh young talent of the London arts scene, Monorex arts collective launched Secret Wars live arts event.
Winner of the A&B Cultural Branding Award at the 31st Arts & Business Awards, 2009
A remarkable Sheffield partnership between engineering firm Ekspan and the Open Door Theatre Company (ODTC) dramatically demonstrates the positive outcomes achieved when the best of business “know-how” and artistic creativity combine.
The Co-operative had already been a partner of the Cambridge Folk Festival since 2004 when they decided to substantially grow their support in 2009. Last year’s rebranding of the festival as the ‘The Co-operative Cambridge Folk Festival’ was due to the success of the partnership and strengthening of the brand synergies on ethical and environmental values.
"Understanding different cultures is the first step to doing business internationally’. Present in 88 countries, global banking giant HSBC’s brand alignment with the British Museum, the 2nd most visited cultural institution in the world, is an important platform for its Cultural Exchange strategy.
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