Cloudfm, the UK’s fastest growing facilities management company, has announced its ongoing support to Essex County Cricket Club by extending its partnership with the club until the end of the 2023 season. Following a successful two-year relationship, Cloudfm will be increasing its investment in the team to include branding on the Essex Eagles T20 and Specsavers County Championship shirts.
The partnership supports Cloudfm’s ambitious growth plans, creating a high profile platform upon which to build awareness of the brand, and of FM as a vital industry to the UK economy. Jeff Dewing, Cloudfm’s co-founder and CEO commented, “We’re delighted to be developing our partnership with Essex County Cricket Club. There are real synergies with our culture and the way we work, from the players’ dedication and commitment to their sport, to the way they motivate others in the community. At Cloudfm we also work hard to inspire people to the be the best they can in order to change our industry and deliver the best possible service to our clients, and we look forward to all of the collaborative opportunities the next few years will bring on our journey with Essex Cricket.”
Derek Bowden, Essex Cricket Chief Executive added, “Cloudfm has shown a real desire from the beginning to not only be a sponsor, but to actively support us in our mission to delight members, supporters, players and our community. We feel that it is a productive partnership for both the Club and Cloudfm. The passion it has shown for Essex Cricket over the last two years has been outstanding, and hopefully the next four years are full of more joy and triumphs.”
Cloudfm will continue to work with and support Essex County Cricket Club’s exceptional young ambassadors, Aaron Beard and Sam Cook. They will share their inspirational stories of hard work, focus, and determination – qualities which are important to the Cloudfm team, and that are especially relevant for the company’s industry-leading training programme, delivered through the Cloudfm Academy.