Warwickshire County Cricket Club has renewed it’s long standing partnership with Apogee, confirming Apogee as the Official Print Services partner for a further five years.
Managed Print and Outsourcing Services expert Apogee, will continue to support operations at Edgbaston until at least 2024 providing the latest print, scan and document technology. The service provided by Apogee also includes the live monitoring of device usage, further printing efficiencies and to support the club’s wider sustainability objectives.
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.”
“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 Dom Gryszan, Marketing Manager at Apogee Corporation, “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.”
As part of the commercial terms, Apogee will receive perimeter branding at Edgbaston and hospitality on major match days, and for domestic fixtures. The company 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.
As Warwickshire’s men’s team return to action in the Bob Willis Trophy, Apogee are continuing to support organisations across the UK to help ensure they provide a Covid Compliant workplace for their employees as they start to return to work.