Cardiff Blues have agreed a new commercial partnership with The Indigo Group.
The fast-growing UK-wide business has an ever-growing presence in Wales, having recently confirmed their sponsorship of the Welsh Premiership. This has now been re-affirmed with their partnership at the Arms Park with Wales’ Capital Region.
With more than 40 years’ experience The Indigo Group is the market leading provider of end-to-end business solutions for contractors, freelancers and agencies in construction and other industries.
In addition to in-stadium branding The Indigo Group logo will also feature on the right sleeve of all Cardiff Blues’ jerseys for the 2019-20 season.
Indigo Group CEO, Ian Cole-Wilkins, was delighted to partner with Cardiff Blues as the company continue to invest in sport and their local communities.
He said: “We’re incredibly proud to support rugby in Wales and our new partnership with Cardiff Blues enhances our commitment to the sport. Having recently announced our partnership with Welsh Rugby, becoming title sponsors of the Indigo Group Premiership league in 2019, it is great to get behind Wales’ Capital Region.
He added: “We’re thrilled to work closely with the Cardiff Blues over the coming season as we continue to build our business both within Wales and across the UK. We’re also pleased to continue our continued commitment to Welsh Rugby as a whole.”
The Indigo Group have pledged their support to Cardiff Blues following the announcement that Hugh James have become the region’s legal partner. They join the likes of Land Rover, Heineken, BT, LexisNexis Risk Solutions, DS Smith, IMIUM, Cardiff University, High Motive and Cardiff & Vale College as official partners of the Blues.
Cardiff Blues CEO, Richard Holland added: “We’re really pleased to welcome The Indigo Group to the Cardiff Blues family and look forward to working alongside them in what will undoubtedly be a highly beneficial partnership for both businesses.
“They are enjoying great growth in Wales and hopefully our brand alignment will help them continue that trend, while their support is invaluable to our efforts here at the Arms Park.”