RadiciGroup, a multinational corporation that operates across the chemicals, plastics and synthetics sectors, has become the main sponsor of Italian Serie A football club Atalanta.
Chemical and consumer goods company Henkel has upgraded its partnership with Fortuna Düsseldorf by becoming the main sponsor of the newly-promoted German Bundesliga football club.
Global lubricant company WD-40 has entered into a partnership with the International Motorcycling Federation’s (FIM) Speedway Grand Prix series.
Chemicals and advanced materials manufacturer Arkema has agreed a deal to become the first national supporter of next year’s Fifa Women’s World Cup in France.
The Ladies Professional Golf Association has entered into a new partnership with global science and technology specialist the Dow Company.
Japanese household insecticide company Earth Chemical has agreed a deal to sponsor the Tokyo 2020 summer Olympic and Paralympic Games.
The Dow Chemical Company has agreed a deal to become a top-tier partner of the International Olympic Committee (IOC).
Petrochemicals company Sasol has extended its partnership with the South African Football Association.
Italian Serie A football club Atalanta has signed up chemicals, plastics and synthetic fibres company RadiciGroup as its main sponsor for the Uefa Europa League and Coppa Italia competitions for the 2017-18 season.
German specialty chemicals company Lanxess has retained naming rights for the Lanxess Arena, a multi-purpose venue in its home city of Cologne.
Russian fertiliser producer PhosAgro has signed on as a sponsor of the 2016 World Chess Championship Match, which will take place in the US city of New York from November 11-30.