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Sports Impact Introduces New Website & Brand Identity

10.07am 1st June 2020 - Corporate

Sports Impact, the leading specialist Marketing, PR & Sponsorship agency that handles some of the best-known brands in golf, has introduced a new brand identity and interactive website to promote its services and credentials to a wider commercial audience across sport.

The new-look website features examples of the agency’s promotional work across golf, football, rugby and tennis. The new brand logo is designed in two distinctive formats – a modern corporate look when used in conventional business applications, while the button version is more appropriate for the growing number of social media and smartphone interactions.

“As more sports emerge from the pandemic lockdown around the world, so a greater number of brands and sporting organisations are wanting to put their best image and products forward, especially those in the premium sectors,” said Director Natalie Collard.

“That’s why we’ve invested in the new logo and website at this time, so we’re in a better position to attract more sporting businesses to sit alongside our existing loyal clients, each of whom retained our services throughout this recent lockdown period to maintain a high profile and generate confidence within their markets,” she added.

The agency, which represented the sports category in this year’s Best of British Business  campaign run in conjunction with the Telegraph, is due to celebrate 20 years in the sports promotion business, having been established in 2001 to promote AXA FA Cup and npower Test cricket sponsorships, for which it won sports industry awards for innovative publicity.

In more recent years, it has worked with Wilson in golf and tennis; helped to establish Galvin Green as a leading apparel brand in Europe and the USA; given Motocaddy an international profile as the world’s leading electric trolley brand; and supported premium brands such as HONMA, Arccos, Sun Mountain, KBS, AXIS1 and Duca del Cosma.

For more details, visit the new website at www.sports-impact.com

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