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BCR Associates agree partnership with Exeter Chiefs

Date July 23rd 2021 by in Category Community

As a local business that has followed the phenomenal success of the Club for many years, we are delighted to announce that BCR Associates will be sponsoring Exeter Chiefs Cup Kit for a minimum of the next three seasons.

BCR Associates have been working with the team at Sandy Park for a number of years, advising on energy procurement as well as compliance with energy regulation such as the Energy Savings Opportunities Scheme (ESOS), a four yearly Greenhouse Gas reporting requirement enforced by the Environment Agency.

The sponsorship agreement solidifies this partnership and continues the Club’s journey towards Net Zero. With the hotel build making great strides and the redevelopment of the East Stand underway it is the perfect time to address the environmental impact of the site. We will be working with Mark Isaacs and the operations team to put together a long-term carbon management strategy, setting out a clear blueprint to reduce their carbon footprint as the site develops over the next few years.

As a procurement consultancy that covers energy, communications, insurance and business supplies, BCR Associates help businesses to increase efficiency, manage costs, meet compliance requirements, and make the move towards a carbon-neutral future. We invest our time in understanding every aspect of our client’s business allowing us to deliver a personalised service that is value for money whilst also taking into account long-term business goals. We are completely independent and work with a carefully selected supply chain network to deliver unbiased expert advice and make recommendations based on individual business needs.

We’re excited to be supporting Exeter Chiefs and are looking forward to cheering on the team at the Kit Launch Day on 11th September and meeting supporters before their friendly against Munster. Come on Chiefs!


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