Become a partner in our employee benefits scheme

Are you an exciting local business who'd like to work in partnership with the council to offer special deals to our employees?

We're interested in joining forces with a wide range of businesses; you could be a restaurateur, run a beauty salon, own a sports club or even have a company offering legal services or car maintenance; or something completely different.

To become one of our partners you need to be able to offer a special deal exclusively to our employees such as a 20 per cent off your food bill offer.

In return, you will receive free advertising space on our recently launched employee benefits website, among other things.

Your deal, which will only be accessible to our staff, will be listed under 'Local Offers' under 'Key Benefits and Discounts'. 

Benefits of becoming our partner

The scheme can only be accessed by our staff using a unique payroll number and registration details.

It's a great opportunity for you to engage with the council and help drive the local economy.

Signing up now would mean you become one of the council's first local partners; giving you long term opportunities as the program develops.

Offering discounts direct to our employees aims to expand your customer base and increase your chances of profitability.

There is further potential for roadshows and online marketing to take place and the chance to create on-going loyalty through tailored offers.

What you need to do:

  1. Provide an exclusive offer for Brent Council employees. For example 20 per cent off, get a free starter when you buy a main course or get your first month's gym membership free.
  2. Fill out the local offer form 
  3. Provide a logo
  4. Submit your completed form (you will be redirected to Contact Us to do this)

What happens next?

The offer will be considered, and if approved, passed onto our employee benefit provider. It will then be added to MyBrentRewards under 'Local Offers'.

Employees will be given full details of the exclusive discount and encouraged to take advantage of it.