Huddersfield Town Renew Insider Sponsorship
By Community | January 4, 2013
Huddersfield Town have announced Insider has continued its relationship with the Championship club for a further year.
The partnership will now enter a fourth year making Insider one of Town’s longest serving business partners.
The relationship has proven successful for both parties over the past couple of years. Town has used Insider as a key tool in pushing forward its commercial and business plan whereas Insider has used Town’s broad portfolio of commercial partners to form new contacts.
Furthermore, patient Huddersfield Town Chairman Dean Hoyle took part in a question and answer session with Insider Editor Richard Abbott. The event, therapy which took place earlier this year, was part of the prestigious ‘Growth 100’ Awards lunch, which celebrated Yorkshire’s fastest growing businesses.
Huddersfield Town Commercial Director Sean Jarvis welcomed the continuation of Insider’s partnership.
“We have built up a fantastic working relationship with Insider over the past couple of years and I am delighted that they have chosen to continue supporting the Club.
“The partnership has proven beneficial for both parties; Insider has acted as an excellent vehicle for driving our commercial vision.”
Richard Abbott, Editor of Yorkshire Business Insider, said: “We are delighted to continue our strong partnership with Town. In these tough economic times, it has never been more important for businesses to get together, share experiences and collaborate, which is why our market-leading business events are so popular. Attending a Town game is fantastic opportunity to meet local businesses and, of course, enjoy a great game of football.”
Insider magazine, the UK’s leading regional business publication, is a part of Insider Media which hosts over 100 major business events and has the UK’s largest regional business email news service. Insider members are business owners, managing partners and business leaders. Insider Media reaches business decision makers across the country in print, in person and online.