The Chicago Bulls, one of the most recognisable brands in world sport, is recruiting for a director of international sales to drive a new revenue stream for the National Basketball Association franchise
The National Basketball Association's Chicago Bulls has named Moët & Chandon its official champagne sponsor.
NBA basketball franchise the Chicago Bulls has signed Plus500 as a global partner, with the online trading platform becoming the first company to have its brand on the front of the team’s warmup shooting s…
The Sportfive agency has expanded its relationship with the Chicago Bulls as the NBA team seeks to grow its fan base in France ahead of its game in Paris next year
The National Basketball Association's Chicago Bulls have named Illinois-based consumer electronics and telecommunications company Motorola as the team's new jersey patch sponsor in a multiyear agreement…
The Chicago Bulls and telecoms partner AT&T teamed up with a leading NBA Twitter account called ‘NBA Paint’ to create a ‘fan-first’ series of social and physical assets amplified via Twitter throughout the 202…
The National Basketball Association's Chicago Bulls have secured a wide-ranging agreement with Swedish fintech company Klarna, which will sponsor the team's practice jersey among other assets.
Fan engagement platform Socios.com has extended its aggressive global sports sponsorship activity by striking an agreement with the National Basketball Association’s Chicago Bulls.
In April 2020, the Bulls teamed up with long-time partner Budweiser for an online branded content series featuring former players talking about the team’s title winning 1990s years.
Global gaming operator Betway has continued to expand its reach in the United States by partnering with the National Basketball Association, five NBA teams and two National Hockey League franchises.
National Basketball Association (NBA) side the Chicago Bulls has signed an agreement with sports marketing agency Sportfive as it seeks to add two new international sponsors to its portfolio
Chicago Bulls fans can look forward to an Angry Birds-eye view of this season’s action, after the Bulls struck a new partnership with Angry Birds developer Rovio Entertainment.
NBA basketball team the Chicago Bulls has agreed a multi-year partnership which makes global asset manager Calamos Investments the first company to display its logo on the court apron at the United Center…