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Falkirk FC sign sponsorship deal with Webhelp UK

Falkirk FC has agreed a new sponsorship deal with leading customer experience company, Webhelp UK.

The deal will see Webhelp UK, which employs more than 850 at its headquarters in nearby Larbert, have its name displayed on Falkirk FC’s home and away kit during the 2014/2015 season.

Part of the international Webhelp Group, Webhelp UK operates from sites across the UK to provide multi-channel customer management solutions to a range of international brands across multiple sectors including telecommunications, transport and tourism, financial services, energy and utilities.

Allison Hill, head of recruitment for Webhelp UK, said:

“Webhelp UK is committed to working with the communities in which it operates.

“We are pleased to support Falkirk FC, a club with an excellent history and one which means so much to the people of the Falkirk district and many of our team members.”

Kieran Koszary, Falkirk FC business development manager, said:

“Having been in Larbert for more than ten years, Webhelp UK has consistently demonstrated its commitment to invest in the local area by creating new employment opportunities. By sponsoring Falkirk FC at an exciting time for the club, it has now also shown its support for the local community.

“I have been delighted with our partnership with Alison and her team so far and look forward to the future with Webhelp UK backing for both next season’s shirts and the football club.

“I would also like to thank Clark Eriksoon for their sponsorship over the years and look forward to working with them on other platforms next season.”


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