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BCLM Announces Launch of Business Partner Scheme

MHThe Black Country Living Museum plans to forge even stronger links with local businesses with the launch of its brand new Business Partner scheme. Available from May 2016, the innovative scheme will offer a host of exclusive opportunities and benefits for those who join.

The scheme has three partner levels – coal, iron and brass – inspired by the Black Country’s rich industrial and manufacturing heritage as well as its role in the Industrial Revolution. Each offers increasing benefits, many of which have not previously been available. Packages include priority bookings, access to networking events, private tours, hands on heritage experiences, transferable family passes for employees, use of the Museum’s historic and contemporary spaces and more. Plus, businesses will also receive marketing opportunities with the Museum, which currently attracts around 300,000 visitors a year and has recently been awarded the title of Best Midlands Visitor Attraction from the What’s On Readers’ Awards.

Vicki Stanley, Deputy Chief Executive (Development) comments: “This is a fantastic opportunity for local businesses to connect with the Museum, and offers a unique way to reward employees and entertain clients with meaningful experiences. Black Country Living Museum is an extraordinary place to host an event and treat your staff, and what’s more, partners will be able to promote their company to over 1 million people per year through this scheme.”

Founding BCLM Business Partner Neil Herman, H&R ChemPharm (UK) Ltd., comments: “As a business with a rich Black Country history, H&R ChemPharm (UK) Ltd. are thrilled to become a founding partner of this unique scheme, and support the fantastic work of an organisation with whom we have such a strong connection.”

If you’re interested in joining the scheme email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., call 0121 557 9643 or visit

Last modified on Friday, 20 May 2016 12:16

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