Non-Profit & Community Sponsorships
The World Branding Forum has limited sponsorships for non-commercial community projects. Such sponsorships must benefit a community of people as opposed to benefiting an individual.
Typically, sponsorships are awarded to registered charities, educational bodies and non-profit organisations or groups.
The World Branding Forum may endorse or support selected and approved commercial programmes such as workshops, conferences or other branding related activity.
Please note that the WBF does not provide financial support for commercial projects of this nature.
For more information, please contact us.
Current & Past Sponsorships
The World Branding Forum supports the innovative education programme at the Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising. Our partnership enables the Museum to provide quality learning experiences to students attending education sessions in the Museum each year.
In 2014, the Museum had over 10,000 students attending sessions. One of London’s top tourist attractions, the Museum receives over 40,000 visitors annually.
A replica of the World Branding Awards trophy is on display at the Museum. Click here to find out more.
The Oxford Union is the world’s most prestigious debating society, with an unparalleled reputation for bringing international guests and speakers to Oxford. It has been established for 189 years, aiming to promote debate and discussion not just in Oxford University, but across the globe.
The World Branding Forum supports the work of the Union through a sponsorship grant. To find out more about the famous speakers at the Union including Presidents, Prime Ministers and other well-renowned speakers such as the Dalai Lama, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Mother Teresa, Albert Einstein, Professor Stephen Hawking, Dr Jane Goodal, and many others, click here.
The World Branding Forum is an official sponsor of the Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations (HPAIR) 2014 Conference, organised by Harvard University.
As Harvard’s largest annual student connection in Asia, the Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations creates a forum of exchange and facilitates discussion of the most important economic, political, and social issues relevant to the Asia-Pacific region. Since 1991, it has continuously gathered a growing pool of international students from top universities, renowned academics, business professionals, and political leaders to engage in our rigorous educational events. Through plenary sessions, panels, keynotes, workshops, and case studies, HPAIR provides valuable opportunities for discussion about challenges and trends in the international landscape.