There are a range of sponsorship and partnership opportunities available with Scotland's Towns Partnership. We are also able to consider proposals for wider strategic partnership and collaboration. Please contact us for more information or to discuss further.
Please see below for a list of our current partners and sponsors:
Blachere Illumination UK design, supply and install town centre Christmas, festive and outdoor lighting displays. Whether master planning a complete visitor attraction for a Theme Park, decking the malls of Shopping Centres, helping Council’s win BID awards or creating art installations, they have worked their magic on hundreds of sites.
BT Scotland: BT have a vision for a Connected Society: to help improve society globally through the power of digital connections. As well as providing access to communities throughout Scotland, BT want to help people gain the skills and confidence they need to get online.
Campbell Dallas; As one of Scotland’s leading accountants & business advisors we are passionate about the physical environments that we work in. We all use Scotland’s towns in different ways and they are part of the core of Scottish life; be it for work, living or leisure. One of the most dynamic and progressive firms with a wide range of property & construction clients in Scotland, our experts across VAT and Tax are champions of dynamic and functional towns – our experts work with local authorities and contribute to groups such as the Scottish Empty Homes Partnership.
Capita is a leading digital infrastructure provider - trusted by thousands of public and private sector enterprises across the UK. From bringing virtual reality into the classroom, to building smart towns and communities, they are passionate about finding new, practical ways to innovate and create better outcomes for our customers.
DWF Law is a global legal business, transforming legal services through its people for its clients.
Eyebright Utilities. eyebright's mission is to manage your utilities, so you can focus on what matters to you most. By providing an incomparable level of support and guidance on your business utilities, we ensure that you do not spend a single minute or penny more than you need to. Boosting growth for small to medium businesses across Scotland and the rest of the UK lies at the heart of our business. Through our Scotland-wide conjunction with business improvement districts we support businesses on their mission to collectively drive improvements for their local business communities.
Keep Scotland Beautiful is the charity that campaigns, acts and educates on a range of local, national and global environmental issues to change behaviour and improve the quality of people’s lives and the places they care for. KSB is committed to making Scotland clean, green and more sustainable.
Prostate Cancer UK is our chosen charity in 2018-19, supporting the theme of Healthy Towns. You can read more about how to help stop prostate cancer being a killer in Scotland and get involved here.
ScotRail plans to transform rail services for passengers in Scotland. Beyond that, they intend to play a strategic role in the long-term success of the country, providing jobs and support for small businesses in towns and cities; supporting and boosting Scotland’s leisure and tourism industries; working with local schools; and supporting community programmes
Scottish Grocer's Federation is the trade association for the Scottish Convenience Store Sector
Scottish Government - the devolved government for Scotland has a range of responsibilities which include: health, education, justice, rural affairs, housing and the environment. Scottish Government endorsed STP as the ‘go to’ body for Scotland’s towns in 2014, supporting and promoting government’s Towns Centre First Principle and Town Centre Action Plan.
Scottish Power Energy Networks transmit, distribute and connect electricity to and from 3.5 million homes and businesses over our network, 24 hours a day, every day of the year.
Sustrans Scotland works to enable people in Scotland to travel by foot, bike or public transport for more of their everyday journeys.
Threesixty Architecture is an architectural practice that has studios across Scotland. With a strong history of repeat work, they continue to deliver considered design for buildings, places, and spaces.
Visit Scotland is the national tourism organisation for Scotland. Its main aim is to contribute significantly to the advancement of Scottish tourism by giving it a real presence in the global marketplace and benefiting the whole of Scotland.
Zero Waste Scotland is a publicly-funded agency that works to support resource efficiency and the circular economy to create a society where resources are valued and nothing is wasted.