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Here is what just some of our supporters say about us:

'Baillie Gifford is delighted to continue its support of Edinburgh Science Festival. The Science Festival is one of Edinburgh’s most diverse and accessible festivals, offering a rich programme of events that appeal to people of all ages and backgrounds. In 2014, our title sponsorship of the new festival hub at Summerhall allowed an expansion of programme, offering audiences even more opportunities for education, engagement and entertainment. This hub is an important part of Edinburgh’s cultural landscape, and we look forward to helping the Science Festival’s future expansion and development.'
Samantha Pattman, Sponsorship Manager
Baillie Gifford Investment Managers

'We’ve supported the Edinburgh Science Festival for more than a decade and are thrilled to be back again this year as the Headline Sponsor for the Earthfest along with sponsoring the Women in STEM series. Our partnership with Edinburgh Science is very special to Cirrus Logic as we both share the values of innovation and education, and we take great pride in helping to foster a love of science, maths and technology amongst future generations, with equal opportunities for everyone. The Festival is definitely a favourite amongst our employees as they love being out in the community with their families, participating in the incredible hands-on learning experiences.'

Eddie Sinnott, Director of Marketing and Applications
Cirrus Logic


'As the funding catalyst to encourage new and diverse entrants into engineering and construction in Edinburgh and South-East Scotland, partnering with Edinburgh Science is a brilliant way for HCI Skills Gateway to inspire people of all ages and backgrounds. A career in the built environment can no longer be dismissed as unskilled labour: we all need the best and the brightest to explore how they can combat the climate crisis through careers in construction. By funding some of the Edinburgh Science’s dedicated work with primary schools in the city region’s most deprived communities, HCI Skills Gateway is supporting young people to open doors to future highly-skilled, highly-paid roles to construct and retrofit our homes.'
Kirsty Connell-Skinner, Programme Manager 
HCI Skills Gateway

HCI Skills Gateway support Careers Hive and activities at the Edinburgh Science Festival City Art Centre