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The Big Bang North West 2016: Gold Sponsor – Unilever
June 29th 2016

The Big Bang North West 2016: Gold Sponsor – Unilever

We are excited to announce that Unilever have confirmed as our Gold Sponsor for The Big Bang North West 2016!

“Unilever Port Sunlight is proud to showcase the science behind the everyday, through some exciting interactive demos from our world-class research & development experts. Be inspired by Our People, and share with your friends through our ‘People Like Me’ photo-booth.”

Unilever are dedicated to promoting interactive STEM education. They’ll be giving you a sneak peek into what they do and you’ll even get a selfie opportunity. Team MerseySTEM will be heading over for snap or two, so keep your eyes peeled!

Unilever is one of the world’s leading fast-moving consumer goods companies. Over 2 billion times a day, someone, somewhere uses a Unilever product. All of this started in Port Sunlight and we are proud to represent the long-standing heritage at the Big Bang North West. Our aim is to inspire the next generation of students to pursue a STEM career by showcasing the science behind the everyday.

Did you know?
Unilever has 400 brands, sales in over 190 countries and operations in 100 countries.
Every day, our products are purchased 150 million times and used 2 billion times a day.

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AMAZING NEWS! THE BIG BANG NORTH WEST IS NOW FULLY BOOKED!
If you were hoping to book, DON’T PANIC!
Contact [email protected] to be added to our waiting list.

Businesses! Looking to sponsor a high profile event? We need you!
Click here to take a look at our Sponsorship Document…
You could help inspire the thinkers of the future!

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