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Conotoxia signs on as first national partner for Poland’s U20 World Cup

Polish fintech brand Conotoxia has signed as the first Official National Supporter of Poland’s 2019 Fifa U20 World Cup.

Conotoxia, which specialises in currency exchange and money transfer services, will engage in a range of on-site and online marketing initiatives and benefit from brand exposure before and during the tournament.

Piotr Kiciński, vice‑chairman of the Conotoxia board, said: “The tournament will showcase the football stars of the future and open up interesting opportunities for promotion.

“There is a natural connection between our company and football – a well-thought-out strategy, teamwork and a competitive spirit are just some of the sporting attributes that help build our brand’s identity.”

The U-20 World Cup, the first-ever Fifa event on Polish soil, will take place from May 23 until June 15.

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