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Nottingham Forest partner with Littlefish

Nottingham Forest have applied for a different partnership with international Managed IT Provider Littlefish.

Littlefish, which have their headquarters in Nottingham, will likely be making their biggest sponsorship investment up to now together with a continuing recruitment and staff engagement programme. The corporation has big ambitions being recognised as one of Nottingham’s most sought-out employers.

David Cook, Chief Commercial Officer at Nottingham Forest, said: “A key strategic means for the club is to grow and develop relationships with leading businesses in Nottingham, so Littlefish is an excellent partner.

“When the club continues to grow, don / doff the pitch, we need like-minded partners that match our vision and ambition. Like ourselves, Littlefish have clear goals, and that we significantly expect using the services of on them next season.”

Littlefish Md, Steve Robinson, said: “Our partnership with Nottingham Forest doesn’t only increase local focus to Littlefish as a possible employer of preference, it is going to play a role in our staff engagement programme, providing additional rewards we’re able to offer our employees, as well as our extensive investment in self improvement, training, accreditations and existing staff benefits.

“Littlefish has strong Nottingham roots so we’re excited to partner with Nottingham’s leading sports organisation and also to take part in the magic and excitement of live sport from the city.

“Nottingham Forest have a huge group of fans and clearly have big ambitions to do this season and beyond – this resonates with his try to be called considered one of Nottingham’s best employers. Consistent growth is regularly creating progression opportunities for persons in our team and we’re currently expanding our vibrant Lace Market offices to accommodate our growth – it’s an excellent time for you to come along.”

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