Apogee has announced a new partnership with Lincoln City Women, as part of a wider journey to support inclusivity in sport and business.
With the team situated less than ten miles from its National Operations Centre, the partnership is an ideal fit for Apogee – especially as it continues to increase its involvement with local communities.
Marketing Director Dom Gryszan, said: “We’re proud to support a progressive local team, and look forward to seeing our relationship develop further in the future. Both of our organisations are committed to making a positive impact on our local communities, and this will be a key focus for us going forward. We look forward to inviting our employees to join us for many matches this season as a show of support for a more inclusive sport.”
In addition to fundraising for The Royal Marines Charity, TeensUnite, and Rethink Mental Illness; Apogee’s investment in local teams – such as Aylesford FC, the local club to its Head Office in Maidstone, Kent – plays an instrumental part in its wider objectives to invest in local communities.