The B2B trading platform’s newest sporting sponsorships include a back of the shorts sponsorship with Sheffield United and two front of shirt deals with Swindon Town and Oldham Athletic.
Bartercard, first established in 1991, continues to grow at an impressive rate. These sponsorships are one of many ways that the business franchise is always actively promoting and marketing its brand (all of which benefits franchisees). Of working with Bartercard, Paul Reeves (Sheffield United’s Head of Commercial) said, “Bartercard is a well-established brand and our growing business community will certainly be able to interact and benefit from this new partnership.”
In return, Chris Kirby (Managing Director of Bartercard) shared, “It’s an absolute pleasure to announce a partnership with Sheffield United. Bartercard is thrilled to see our brand displayed on the club's shorts, and we are looking forward to supporting the club off the field and watching them flourish on it.”
Chris also spoke on the further two deals, saying of Oldham Athletic that, “Working with Oldham Athletic is a massive honour for us. The forward vision of the club, Karl and Steven, was prominent when initial discussions were taking place.” And of Swindon Town that, “We are incredibly proud to see our brand on the front of their shirts. [...] I know the future of Bartercard will be brighter with the presence of Swindon Town.”
If you’d like to join the ever-expanding Bartercard network, you can become a franchisee by making a minimum initial investment of £15,000. After two years in business, your revenue is expected to sit at around £79,911. In return for your investment, you’ll receive access to the company’s CRM system, access to branded promotional materials (including stationery and business cards) and licensing for Outlook 365 and DocuSign. Find out more about Bartercard via the franchise’s profile page, which you’ll discover linked above.
Lily Sweeney, Point Franchise ©