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The Corporate Supporters Program (CSP) is designed to link the fields of business and art for the mutual benefit of both. Recent studies show that traditional forms of business and art cooperation reap financial benefits for all partners. But we take such cooperation a giant step further.



Improving the Bottom Line


For ten years now CSP has supported the strategic marketing activities of medium to large corporations with services such as advertising campaigns, public relations activities and focussed networking events—all in conjunction with fine art exhibitions and presentations.  




The Program


With the Corporate Supporters Program we offer middle and large-scale companies our extensive and established infrastructure, in order to successfully support their marketing.


The CSP should not be confused with conventional cultural sponsoring. Rather, the program is conceived of as an alternative to traditional public relations and advertising agencies. Our interdisciplinary concept transcends the limitations of traditional cultural programs, in order to bring art and commerce in line as business partners. Above all the program has the goal of economically increasing the revenue potential of our Corporate Supporters.


Our CSP services are supplemented by our art program and special cultural events. Our publications such as art catalogues offer a unique way to communicate your company strategy and product information to decision makers and selected audiences. Promotional materials such as art gifts leave a lasting positive impression with your clients. And artistically designed advertising materials offer improved company recognition and greater effectiveness in presenting your corporate message.



Good Art Has Always Been Good Business


Of course our success ultimately relies on the quality of the art we present.  




Contact us for further information about the Corporate Supporters Program.

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Last update:  24.02.11 00:41
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