Cantlie to Sponsor Canberra Brumbies

December 11, 2012

Cantlie, price viagra a Canberra-based executive and specialist talent sourcing and consultancy firm, viagra pills will be the exclusive Coaches’ Sponsor for the University of Canberra Brumbies.

Cantlie sees a real parallel with the Brumbies’ holistic approach to coaching as it is focused on the player on and off the field, as well as their future careers.

Since 2005, Cantlie has been working with organisations and individuals in relation to their career and talent needs.

Cantlie Managing Director Keith Cantlie said linking with the Brumbies is a great opportunity for Cantlie to lead the way in developing Canberra’s Talented Future.

“Just like the Brumbies, Cantlie understands how important it is to look after the whole person,” Mr Cantlie said.

Mr Cantlie said the sponsorship of the Brumbies coaches shows a synergy between his organisation and the club.

“Our strong key focus is to support individuals as they develop through their careers along with giving our clients access to comprehensive talent pools.”

Brumbies Rugby Chief Executive Andrew Fagan said he was thrilled to welcome Cantlie on board as Coaches Sponsor for the next three seasons.

“Cantlie is committed to improving the careers of professionals, which can be directly compared to the work done by our coaches here at Brumbies Rugby,” Mr Fagan said.

“Brumbies coaches get the best out of players. Cantlie aims to get the best out of people’s careers.”

Mr Fagan said the partnership will further enhance and grow the brands of both organisations.

“Cantlie has been actively working to expand its reach both nationally and internationally.

“And it’s a big plus to have access to its specialist Human Resource Consultants.”

The Cantlie logo will appear on the Brumbies coaches’ collars as well as on the breasts of their training gear and throughout the coaches’ box on game day at Canberra Stadium.

Cantlie looks forward to its ongoing association with the Brumbies and building stronger community ties across Canberra.