Warwickshire County Cricket Club has renewed its long-standing Official Print Services partnership with Apogee for a further five years.
Apogee, which began working with the Bears in 2013, will continue to support operations at Edgbaston until at least 2025 by providing the latest print, scan and copy technology. It will also work with the Club to monitor usage and to make printing efficiencies, where required, to support its wider sustainability goals.
Ben Seifas, Commercial Partnerships Manager at Warwickshire CCC, said: “It’s fantastic to secure another long-term partnership extension and these additional five years, will ensure that our relationship with Apogee will run for at least 12 years.
“The Apogee team have been fantastic during the lockdown process in identifying trends in our printing usage and in creating a long-term plans about our office requirements. Given this support, we were thrilled to be able to extend terms.”Ben Seifas, Commercial Partnerships Executive
As part of the commercial terms, Apogee will receive perimeter branding at Edgbaston and hospitality on major match days, and for domestic fixtures. The firm will also form part of the Club’s Bears Club, which is a newly formed business group, which will stage several Club-themed events throughout the year, providing networking opportunities for small and medium sized businesses.
“We are delighted to have extended our partnership with the Bears and look forward to another five years of success together, both on and off the pitch.” said Nick Payne, Strategic Account Director at Apogee, “It’s always a pleasure working with WCCC and we are proud to a play a vital role in delivering innovative solutions and service excellence to the club.”
Warwickshire’s men’s team recently returned to action in the Bob Willis Trophy, taking on Northamptonshire at Edgbaston and Gloucestershire in Bristol. The team will play five matches in the Bob Willis Trophy Central group in addition to 10 group games in the Vitality Blast.