MEET OUR SPONSORS
Before we row an ocean, we need to get to the startline. Take a look at some of our amazing sponsors below
As a company, they have played a pivotal role in mentoring and inspiring our very own Enginoar – Rufus Mitchell-Heggs
From his time working there, Rufus had the following to say – “There are not many companies that can combine the fulfilment of working on impactful healthcare projects and the adventure of exploring mountains, lakes and cities with a spirited team – there is no doubt that EXIN helped define me as a person and is at least partially responsible for crafting the mindset that led to my enrolment in this Atlantic campaign”.
As a company, they support some of the biggest bio-pharmaceutical companies in successfully preparing, launching, and commercializing their products, with two vibrant offices in London and Zurich.
We are very happy to be partnered with such an impactful and adventurous company!
For over 175 years, IMechE has been at the heart of improving the world through engineering. With over 115,000 members in 140 countries, they have been pushing STEM education and sustainability through the following channels:
IMechE Strategic Objectives:
📚 Developing Engineers
📣 Promoting Engineering
💬 Informing opinion
As a team of Engineers backed up by a support team of Engineers and partnered with Engineers Without Borders UK & Ingeniører Uten Grenser Norge / Engineers Without Borders Norway we couldn’t be happier with this partnership and the opportunity to share our journey.
Atlantis are leading the way to 100% sustainable headwear. As the Enginoars official hat sponsor, we could not be happier to have partnered with this fantastic brand. Not only do they make great hats, but the whole Atlantis collection is set to be produced within a sustainable mindset, by using certified materials and production processes with a lower impact on our environment by 2025. They rely on the use of sustainable materials such as Organic cotton, Recyled Polyester Polyana and Dope Dyeing.
PSW Power & Automation is a real example of how a company can adapt to the changing market and take a leading role towards sustainable solutions.
Check out this video to learn of their exciting activities around shipping, solar panels and hydrogen power.
Franzefoss is one of Norway’s leading recycling companies with over 100 years of experience! They handle all types of waste: Industry, Business, Construction, Civil engineering and Offshore. They take care of the entire process from collection, sorting, processing, recycling, waste disposal and residual products. Their goal is to transform as much of the waste as possible into raw materials for material or energy recovery in a sustainable and environmentally friendly way.
Founded in 1975 Concept2 rowing machines are one of the best ways the Enginoars can prepare for the Atlantic row. They are our best friends (and worst enemies) and will be crucial in building our bodies for this row.
Adventure sunglasses, committed to sustainability. Sungod has been fantastic in providing the Enginoars with the highest professional standard sunglasses for training and crossing the Atlantic. With 30 degree sun bombarding the team over the entire Atlantic crossing - sun protection is not something to forget.
With a mission is to inspire the next generation of engineers, the James Dyson foundation pursues a goal similar to our own. They have been crucial in helping us get one step closer to our Ocean rowing boat and to achieving our campaign mission.
The Printers (established 30 years ago) has been crucial in helping us brand and market our campaign!