International Paralympic Committee (IPC)

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Industry experts estimate Japanese tyre brand Bridgestone will pay about $10m (€8.8

The joint-selling agreement for Olympic and Paralympic sponsorship rights will provide the Paralympic movement with “long-term institutional, financial and commercial stability”, according to Andrew Par…

Payment services brand Visa has put digital content at the heart of its renewed Worldwide Paralympic Partner agreement with the International Paralympic Committee, as it aligns with the sport’s values of inclusivity, diversity and acceptance.

Payment services brand Visa has renewed its Worldwide Paralympic Partner agreement with the International Paralympic Committee for four years, from 2017 to 2020.

The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has brokered its most-valuable sponsorship deal to date in a nine-year Worldwide Partner agreement with carmaker Toyota.

Insurance group Allianz has raised its profile in Paralympic sport by signing as title sponsor of the London 2019 World Para Swimming Championships

US investment banking company Citi has today (Thursday) stepped up its commitment to the Paralympic Movement by agreeing to become an International Partner of the International Paralympic Committee

The International Paralympic Committee has signed a major partnership with Japanese tyre company and Worldwide Olympic Partner Bridgestone – demonstrating the benefits of the IPC’s new marketing relationship with…

The International Paralympic Committee has unveiled Japanese sportswear manufacturer Asics as an official supplier.

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Brand perception is at the forefront of energy company BP’s decision to become an International Partner of the International Paralympic Committee, Mike Sharrock, partnership director for Olympics and Paralympics at BP, told Sports Sponsorship Insider this month.

Matthew Glendinning, editor of Sports Sponsorship Insider, provides a round-up of articles found in the May issue of our monthly newsletter.

The International Paralympic Committee is looking to double its number of global sponsors from five to ten in the rights cycle covering Rio 2016 as it cashes in on the success of London 2012.

OTTO BOCK HEALTHCARE extended its worldwide partnership with the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) through to the 2016 edition of the Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, August 30