YouTube Play opening at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, 2010

Corporate sponsorships enable the Guggenheim to develop and present some of the finest cultural, educational, and public programs in the world. The Guggenheim's sponsorship programs offer flexible, multilevel engagement and are available at various levels.

The Guggenheim works closely with industry leaders to develop innovative local and global partnerships that achieve extraordinary results by:

  • Enhancing your business profile by aligning with a leading global arts organization
  • Connecting with target audiences
  • Providing a unique experience for customers, clients, and employees
  • Building relationships
  • Activating multi-channel opportunities

The Guggenheim works with its corporate sponsors to maximize benefits. Our offerings include:

  • Prominent corporate acknowledgment
  • Special event opportunities
  • Ultra-exclusive access to VIP events and engagement with membership groups
  • Client entertaining opportunities, including events and private tours
  • Brand visibility through acknowledgment on museum website and in press and media campaigns
  • Online interaction
  • Media and public relations
  • Employee access to special exhibitions and shopping events
  • Licensing of museum image and artworks

“The Guggenheim is one of our most creative and dynamic sponsorship activities. Our partnership with the Guggenheim has produced tangible benefits throughout the company and around the world.”
—H. Kettenbach, Head of Corporate Communications and Arts Sponsorship, Hugo Boss

For more information, e-mail:
Corporate Development

YouTube Play opening at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, 2010. Photo: Christine Butler

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