International Paralympic Committee (IPC)

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.

Prosthetic products manufacturer Ottobock has renewed its partnership with the Paralympics ahead of next year’s winter Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea.

German logistics firm DB Schenker has renewed its partnership with the International Paralympic Committee.

German financial services company Allianz has renewed its sponsorship agreement with the World Para Athletics division of the International Paralympic Committee until the end of 2018, with the option of a further extension through to 2020.

Food products manufacturer Jordans Cereals has agreed a deal to sponsor this year’s edition of the International Association of Athletics Federations’ World Championships, while sports equipment brand Nordic Sport has partnered with the World Para Athletics Championships, which get underway on Friday.

Multinational oil and gas company BP has signed up as a national partner of this summer’s World Para Athletics Championships, which will take place in London, England.

Temporary power provider Aggreko has agreed a deal to partner this year’s World Para Athletics Championships in London, England.

Spring water brand Strathmore Water has agreed a deal to sponsor the 2017 World Athletics Championships and World Para Athletics Championships, which will both be staged in London, England.

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

Automotive manufacturer Toyota has signed up as a worldwide partner of the International Paralympic Committee in a groundbreaking deal that covers the entire Paralympic movement.

The International Paralympic Committee has appointed Japan-based advertising and public relations company Dentsu to lead its sponsorship strategy in the build-up to the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.

US conglomerate General Electric has extended its backing of the Paralympic Games by agreeing to sponsor next year’s edition of the multi-sport event in Rio de Janeiro.

German financial services giant Allianz has extended its global partnership with IPC Athletics, the international governing body for para-athletics.

Korean electronics giant Samsung has signed a long-term agreement to remain as a worldwide partner of the International Paralympic Committee beyond the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.

IPC Powerlifting, the para-powerlifting division of the International Paralympic Committee, has entered into a partnership with lifting equipment manufacturer Eleiko.

Consumer electronics company Panasonic has extended its top-tier worldwide partnership deal with the International Paralympic Committee.