Posted on 12 December 2014
Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club (NCCC) have confirmed that leading accountancy and business advisory firm Smith Cooper will be official sponsors after signing a two-year business partnership agreement.
The firm, who are based in Lace Market Square, are already accustomed to working with and sponsoring local sports teams with links to Nottingham Rugby and Nottingham Squash Racquets Club.
James Bagley, Managing Partner of the Nottingham office said: “the agreement with Trent Bridge is part of a larger firm wide strategy which sees us continuing to support and work closely alongside local businesses. We pride ourselves on maintaining and nurturing excellent relationships with leading local businesses, and, as one of the most progressive firms in the region, we are proud to join forces with NCCC.”
In addition to providing sponsorship, Smith Cooper will be working closely with the Trent Bridge Community Trust.
“Our long association with Nottingham based elite sporting teams reflects our strong and continuous commitment to the local area and our partnership with Trent Bridge will further enhance this. We’re very excited to be working alongside NCCC and Trent Bridge as not only are we working alongside a prestigious club, but we have the opportunity to support the Trust and the fantastic work they do in bettering the community.”
“Smith Cooper have a long tradition of supporting sporting excellence across Nottinghamshire and we’re very pleased that they have seen fit to become a business partner at Trent Bridge,” added Nottinghamshire’s Commercial Director Justin Tose.
“All of our commercial partners have chosen to align themselves with Trent Bridge to further their reach in the business community and we look forward to working with Smith Cooper to achieve our joint goals."