QNET Extends Partnership With Manchester City Football Club

QNET and Man City officials during the official signing and announcement of the partnership extension held in Penang recently. From left: QNET CEO  Trevor Kuna, QNET Managing Director JR Mayer, Senior Vice President of Partnerships for Manchester City Football Club Damian Willoughby, Director of Partnerships for Manchester City Football Club Stephan Cieplik and Senior Partnership Marketing Manager Dan Gardiner.

We are ecstatic to announce that QNET has now officially extended its partnership with Manchester City Football Club, the English Premier League team, for an additional three years.  The partnership extension means that QNET will continue to be ManCity’s Official Direct Selling Partner of the Club until the year 2020.

This promising partnership will allow us to expand its global brand presence further and establish more diverse marketing platforms.

“We are absolutely thrilled with this on-going partnership with Manchester City. This is a significant relationship between two brands that are both keen on taking on any challenges for the taste of success. With this renewed relationship, we get to engage and interact with the various global communities we come into contact with as well as maintain our significant connection to key markets in Asia, Africa, the Middle East and Europe” noted QNET Chief Executive Officer Trevor Kuna.

Senior V President of Partnerships for Manchester City Football Group Damian Willoughby,  commented, “We are delighted to see another partner extending their relationship with the Club as our respective businesses have enjoyed sustained growth and are set for further success in the years ahead. As we embark on a new exciting season in the English Premier League, we have a unique opportunity to connect with both our local and global fans and create unforgettable memories.”

Manchester City ended the 2016/2017 EPL Season with a third-place finish, sealing a place in next season’s UEFA Champions League. In July, Pep Guardiola’s team will travel to the United States as part of the 2017 International Champions Cup.

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