Ingenium offers public and private organizations opportunities to act as sponsors or partners in support of its exhibitions, programs and events, as well as its facilities, such as buildings, classrooms, and theatres.
These collaborative and mutually beneficial opportunities enable your organization to raise its profile, while supporting the valuable work of Ingenium. We help you customize your rights and benefits, to ensure that you get the most out of the partnership and meet your business and marketing objectives.
Ingenium offers all its sponsors and partners the following benefits:
- Brand association with one of three renowned national institutions
- Visibility and extensive reach, through reputable educational programs and initiatives, and high-profile events
- An affiliation with Canada’s only comprehensive science and technology collection, acknowledged as one of the finest in the world
- Exposure to a broad range of audiences: thousands of families, adult, youth and teen visitors, loyal members, donors and sponsors, corporate venue renters, and government officials
- Access to one of the largest family membership bases in Canada, with more than 7,000 members
- Customized activation programs, product distribution, display and direct marketing opportunities
“We’re honoured to be a key partner on this fun, dynamic exhibit that teaches children and families about how food is preserved so that it is safe, tasty and nutritious.”
—Shelley Martin, President and CEO, Nestlé Canada Inc.
“As a leading North American energy producer, we’re proud to partner with the Canada Science and Technology Museums Corporation in helping people learn how we source, transport and use the energy we rely on every day.”
—Dave Lye, Vice-President, Sustainability, Encana
“Canola has an amazing innovation story to share. As a fourth generation family farmer, I am thrilled this exhibition will celebrate our canola story and bring agriculture a little closer to all Canadians.”
— Brett Halstead, President of Canadian Canola Growers Association and canola farmer from Saskatchewan.
“The Kenneth M. Molson Foundation values its relationship with the Canada Aviation and Space Museum in delivering a dynamic lecture series built on the legacy of Ken Molson, the Museum’s founding curator.”
— Robert H. Eldridge, Chair, Kenneth M. Molson Foundation