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Mar 24, 2015

Sport Industry Group Announces Jump As Official Supplier To The BT Sport Industry Awards 2015

Sport Industry Group Announces Jump As Official Supplier To The Bt Sport Industry Awards 2015

Sport Industry Group has appointed Jump as the official visual graphics supplier to the BT Sport Industry Awards 2015, celebrating the best work from across the industry at Battersea Evolution on 30th April.

The BAFTA award winning design agency has created sport identities for some of the world’s best known sport organisations including FIFA, UEFA and World Rugby (formerly The IRB), with a 19 year history of creating visuals for entertainment shows and live events - from the very first National TV Awards in 1995 to the inaugural BBC Music Awards last year.

With 1,750 attendees at the BT Sport Industry Awards, the nominations packages need to be of special interest to captivate the audience and - following a competitive pitch - Jump was the selected agency.

Jump will produce bespoke nomination packages for each of the 15 Award categories that touch on every facet of the sport industry – from management, sponsorship, marketing to community and more.

BT is the official headline partner of the BT Sport Industry Awards. Official partners include Barclays, Deloitte and Eurosport.
For more information and to book your table at the BT Sport Industry Awards on 30th April 2015 visit http://www.sportindustry.biz/awards/2015


For more information on the BT Sport Industry Awards please contact:

Charlotte Harwood
Marketing and Communications Manager, Sport Industry Group
E: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
T: 020 7240 7700

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