Business Membership

We deliver creative solutions for business challenges. 

Over the past 30 years we’ve helped businesses to differentiate their brand and motivate their employees by engaging with arts and cultural organisations. We have an unrivalled depth of cultural knowledge and a passion for developing creative connections that deliver financially tangible progress and enhanced employee well-being.

We add creativity and innovation to our business members’ vision and ambition. It propels them in new directions, reignites team spirit and binds their employee teams with energy and purpose.

By connecting businesses with arts members, local communities and thought leaders from different sectors, we give them a differentiated, competitive edge. 

Why become a business member?

Becoming a business member unlocks a range of benefits, gained by partnering with local arts organisations, including:


Interested in seeing our work in action? Check out our Celebrating Creative Partnerships microsite, to see some case studies of the projects we support here.

“Arts & Business NI lets Translink fulfil its corporate responsibility potential by delivering a bespoke, professional and expert service. As a people-orientated business delivering around 80 million passenger journeys a year, the Investment Programme has opened the doors to lasting and mutually beneficial partnerships between ourselves and some of the most talented local arts organisations.”

“Working with our talented Arts Partner, Bounce Culture, we developed our successful podcasting series.  Building on our first year, we focused on high performing organisations.  Covering areas of relevance to all sectors and with guest contributors and a conversational style, these resonated with audiences. They have been a very valuable asset. Working with an arts partner really brings a new dimension both to our thinking and outcomes.  It has been a truly remarkable experience, a real partnership.”

Our Funders & Partners

Arts & Business NI is generously supported by The Arts Council of Northern Ireland.