The 2020 Race to Costa del Sol champion Emily Kristine Pedersen is to represent consulting business Enavate after signing an exclusive multi-year sponsorship agreement.
The 25-year-old Danish player had an unforgettable 2020 season winning a total of 4 Ladies European Tour events throughout the year, including back-to-back victories at the Saudi Ladies International and Saudi Ladies Team International. She is currently 67 in the world rankings.
Enavate is a recognised consulting company that transforms businesses and the lives they touch. Their expertise has recently earned them global Microsoft Gold Partner and NetSuite Solution Provider statuses.
As part of the agreement, the Enavate logo will be positioned on the front of Pedersen’s top as she plays around the world.Pedersen has a busy schedule this year and will play at all 5 Women’s Majors. She is also looking to secure a spot at The Solheim Cup in September, and is keen to join Denmark’s team at the 2021 Olympic Games in Tokyo.
Pedersen commented: “I am extremely honored to become a brand ambassador for Enavate as they continue to grow internationally. As part of their vision, Enavate believe that great outcomes start with big dreams, diverse and empowered team members, and a driving passion to exceed your goals and that is something I totally identify myself with. I’m really looking forward to build a strong alliance with Enavate and I can’t wait to start representing them in such an important year in my career.”
“Emily had an unbelievable season last year and we’re confident that she will achieve many more successes in her golfing career,” said Thomas Ajspur, CEO of Enavate. “We’re an international business and having her as our brand ambassador as she plays in different parts of the globe fits our strategy extremely well. We would like to welcome Emily into the Enavate family and look forward to being part of her future successes in the world of golf.”
Pedersen is part of the WME Sports stable that includes American stars Patrick Cantlay, Jordan Spieth and Danielle Kang; Ryder Cup Captain Padraig Harrington and 2018 Open Champion Francesco Molinari.