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MEMBER NEWS


Invictus invests in young champions


Telephony specialist Invictus Communications has pledged support for up and coming sporting champions by sponsoring the Derbyshire Institute of Sport. The Derby-based Chamber member is the latest company to join the


growing list of sponsors for the unique organisation, whose goal is to inspire and support Derbyshire athletes to realise their Olympic and Paralympic dreams. Since the Institute was formed in 2012, it has supported more than 150 athletes and para-athletes including tennis star Jay Clarke and swimmers Molly Renshaw and Lewis White. There are currently 32 young athletes in the programme, including members of the world-beating Team HUUB Wattbike track cycling team, which is also sponsored by Invictus Communications. Its Managing Director, Jonny McPhee, said: “Our ethos as a company is


to buy local, sell local and support local. We like to think we are at the top of our game, so Derbyshire Institute of Sport’s mission to help young people aspire to the international medal podiums is a perfect fit with us. “I am particularly keen to help the programme engage with more


potential athletes from a younger age and to champion this county as a centre of excellence in both business and sport.” Derbyshire Institute of Sport’s Head of Operations, Chloe Maudsley,


added: “Set up as Derbyshire’s legacy programme following the London Olympic Games, our aim has been to create a systematic model, leaving


less to chance and giving our athletes the best possible chance of achieving their Olympic and Paralympic dreams. “We receive no Government funding so our supporters and sponsors such as Invictus Communications are crucial to our existence.”


Bruton Knowles renews rugby club support


National property consultancy Bruton Knowles has renewed its sponsorship package with Nottingham Rugby Club for the 2019/20 season. The commitment is part of


Bruton Knowles’ ongoing sponsorship programme supporting local rugby clubs and teams in the towns, cities and regions in which it operates. It has 12 office locations nationwide. The partnership with Nottingham


Rugby Club is the largest agreed to date and extends the firm’s relationship with the club to four consecutive years. As part of the sponsorship


package, Bruton Knowles will play an integral part in helping the club encourage younger people into the sport. It will also be supporting the development of two senior players, Jake Farnworth and Alex Crocker.


Bruton Knowles’ Managing


Partner, James Bailey, said: “Support for our local communities is what fuels our sponsorship


Derbyshire athlete Bekah Walton puts a budding javelin thrower through his paces


Bruton Knowles' James Bailey is back in the sponsorship scrum


programme. We want to help promote the sport as much as possible and encourage others to do the same.”


Steve Smith, Chief Operating


Officer at Nottingham Rugby Club, said: “We are thrilled that Bruton Knowles has continued its support.”


business network November 2019


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