Coventry Building Society Arena's naming rights partner.
The sponsorship by the UK’s second-largest building society, one of the country’s top ten best employers, underlines the organisation’s commitment to Coventry and the wider region, and its desire to put the Coventry name firmly on the national map.
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Headquartered in Tokyo, Ricoh Group operates in approximately 200 countries and regions. In the financial year ended March 2018, Ricoh Group had worldwide sales of 2,063 billion yen (approx. 19.4 billion USD).
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HEINEKEN, Europe’s largest beer, and cider business, is the Official Lager and Cider Partner to Wasps and the Coventry Building Society Arena.
As well as the flagship Heineken brand, visitors to the Coventry Building Society Arena are able to sample Foster’s, Amstel, Strongbow, Symonds Founder’s Reserve Cider, and John Smith’s on draught, along with bottles of Heineken, Bulmers, Foster’s, Sol, Desperados, Birra Moretti, and Old Mout.
HEINEKEN has supported the refurbishment of many of the bars around the Coventry Building Society Arena and create brand areas and pop-up fanzones on Wasps match days to enable supporters to enjoy a full match day experience.
They have a long association with international rugby including the Rugby World Cups in 1995, 2003, 2007, 2011, and 2015, the Heineken Cup between 1995-2014 – which was won twice by Wasps – and many of the IRB Rugby 7s tournaments. HEINEKEN shares the Ricoh Arena’s ambition for providing a high-quality, memorable experience for visitors, whether they are visiting the Coventry Building Society Arena for a match, conference, exhibition, awards dinner, or concert.
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For over six decades Robert Welch has been creating award-winning products including cutlery, kitchenware, and tableware from its head office in the Cotswolds. Available for the home as well as five-star establishments, each product is created to have timeless appeal, design integrity, and heritage that will last.
Our cutlery and tableware pieces can be found gracing the tables of top restaurants and hotels around the world; whilst our Signature knife collection is put through its paces everyday by renowned chefs in some of the most demanding of commercial kitchens.
We are proud and excited to be a partner supplier to Wasps and the Coventry Building Society Arena. Our organisations have many shared values – teamwork, excellence, integrity, leadership –that are as important to the design of award-winning products as they are to sporting achievement.
Working with Wasps is a natural extension to our brand partnership programme that includes the dramatic Burj al Arab in the UAE, the prestigious Cheltenham racecourse, and the first-class experience on-board at Emirates Airline.
For more information on our products or to find directions to our shops in Chipping Campden or Bath visit www.robertwelch.com .
Purity Brewing Co. a Midlands’ based market leader in craft ales is Coventry Building Society Arena’s exclusive supplier for Ale.
Visitors to the Ricoh Arena have the opportunity to enjoy Purity’s Pure UBU and Pure Gold brands, with Pure Gold being an appropriate tipple for fans of the ‘men in black and gold.’
Their original mission is to brew great beer without prejudice, with a conscience, and with consistency and attention to detail, which is second to none.
Purity is a name synonymous with music and the arts and they support music events such as Mostly Jazz and Lunar Festival to keep our finger on the cultural pulse.
Wright Hassall, official Partner of Wasps Rugby, Wasps Netball and the Coventry Building Society Arena
As one of the largest law firms in the Midlands, our multi-disciplinary practice has been providing our clients with strategic legal advice for over 170 years. We act for businesses and individuals locally, regionally, and nationally across a diverse range of sectors.
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The Alan Edward Higgs Charity is the joint venture partner of Coventry City Council in Coventry Ltd, which operates the Coventry Building Society Arena. In making this investment the Trustees had a dual aim: to invest the Charity’s funds sensibly and to make a step-change in the north-west of the city through economic regeneration bringing employment and other economic benefits to the people of Coventry.
The Charity supports through its grant making within 25 miles of the centre of Coventry:
• Strategic initiatives that have an effect on large numbers of people over time.
• Projects or activities in particular geographical or thematic areas in order to concentrate the effect of grants.
• The ad hoc needs of groups or organisations with one-off grants.
The Higgs Charity also provided the funds to build a sports and leisure facility in 2004 to provide much-needed opportunities for people living in the southeast of Coventry. The state of the art centre boasts some of the best sports and recreational facilities in the city and is also home to the Coventry City Football Club Academy.
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