The ASEAN St Andrew Society would like to welcome Jamieson & Carry as our new sponsor, Established in 1733 and located at 142 Union Street, Aberdeen, UK, Jamieson & Carry is a family-owned jeweller with a wide Read more…
About The ASEAN St Andrew Society
With its roots in the proud heritage and generous spirit of our Scottish ancestors, the St Andrew Society builds on cultural connections to create a united body of community support and outreach. There are organisations to celebrate Scottish heritage, culture and warmth throughout South East Asia; each creating a packed programme of activities. The ASEAN St Andrew Society was formed to improve communication, collaboration and support between each of these distinct groups. It also assists in attracting sponsorship to their community work and event programmes as a whole. The ASEAN St Andrew Society also assists in booking the top names in Scottish entertainment, when one of our prestigious member societies is holding a high-calibre event.
Why sponsorship is important for St Andrew Society projects
What are the advantages of sponsoring the work to protect and promote Scottish ties with South East Asia? It enables you to engage with the diverse people who choose to join our member groups, including influential and high net worth expats. Sponsoring the activities of our member groups also means that you are helping to provide a multitude of benefits to the wider communities they serve. This is why the ASEAN St Andrew Society offers sponsorship opportunities in South East Asia that promise diverse returns on your investment. Not to mention the assurance that you will only have one reliable point of contact as you strengthen your organisation’s ties with businesses and residents within host countries.
Why join a St Andrew Society?
Should you wish to join one of our member societies you would be very welcome. Friendship and a varied range of activities are on offer, for those of Scottish descent or for anyone with an interest in Scotland. The country which counts St Andrew as its patron saint is not simply the ancestral home of some of our Society members. It is also a source of inspiration for culture, business, entertainment and special interest. Scotland also creates a wonderful theme for many of our events which celebrate this proud nation’s history, literature, cuisine and music.