FIS Federation Internationale de Ski
Renewable materials provider Stora Enso has agreed to return as the presenting sponsor of the International Ski Federation’s Nordic World Ski Championships in 2019.
Japanese tyre and rubber company Bridgestone has extended its sponsorship of the International Ski Federation’s Alpine Skiing World Cup.
Outdoor clothing and equipment provider Jack Wolfskin has renewed its sponsorship of the International Ski Federation’s (FIS) Alpine Ski World Cup.
Deals with dairy brand Emmi and energy company BKW Energie leaves one second-tier spot to sell for the 2017 FIS Alpine Ski World Championships with just under a year to go, a major improvement on the 2015 edition.
German carmaker Audi has consolidated its top-tier presence in winter sports following Presenting Sponsor agreements with ski jumping’s Vierschanzentournee Four Hills Tournament and the Ski Cross World Cup.
Renewable materials firm Stora Enso has agreed a deal to become the presenting sponsor of the International Ski Federation’s (FIS) Nordic World Championships in 2017.
Swiss cheese manufacturer Le Gruyère AOP has struck deal to become a main sponsor of the International Ski Federation’s Cross-Country World Cup.
US financial services group EverBank will serve as a national sponsor and official bank of the 2015 Alpine World Ski Championships.
German brewery C & A Veltins has unveiled a significant increase in its winter sports sponsorship programme for the 2014-15 season.
Swedish industrial tools manufacturer Atlas Copco has reached an agreement to be an official partner of the International Ski Federation’s (FIS) Nordic World Championships in 2015.
German automotive manufacturer Audi has extended its commitment to winter sports by sponsoring a further three International Ski Federation (FIS) properties.
German automotive manufacturer Audi has bolstered its ties with the International Ski Federation (FIS) by entering into a three-year agreement to support the “Bring Children to the Snow” campaign.