Huddersfield Town is delighted to have signed its latest partner with Lindley-based business KC Communications.
Founded in August 2014 by Katrina Cliffe, KC Communications offers marketing consultancy and management services to SMEs and educational establishments throughout Yorkshire and beyond.
KC Communications undertakes ‘Marketing Director/Team’ roles on behalf of its clients, including everything from developing a client’s marketing strategy to executing them. Services undertaken include marketing, PR, social media, events and creative.
Typically, clients who employ KC Communications services don’t have an in-house marketing resource but wish to benefit from senior level expertise and continued professional development in order to grow their own business.
As part of the agreement, KC Communications will be title sponsor of this year’s #WagnerRevolution Season Card campaign. This will initially see prices next season of £179 for adults and seniors, £69 for U18s and £23 for U8s for the first 10,000 fans who sign up from Thursday 17 March 2016.
Katrina Cliffe, Managing Director of KC Communications said:
“Having watched closely the positive impact this initiative has had on local businesses over the past 12 months, I am delighted that KC Communications is now a club partner for the 2016/17 season. It has been a pleasure working with John Williams over the past few months to put the wheels in motion on what I believe will be a productive partnership.”
Commercial Manager – Partnerships at Huddersfield Town, John Williams, added:
“I am delighted that KC Communications has become the latest commercial partner of the Club.
“KC Communications has come a very long way in a short space of time and Katrina and the team are doing a fantastic job in taking the business to the next level already. I’ve been keeping track on the business’ successes and the Club is delighted to welcome it to the Huddersfield Town family of partners.
“I’m looking forward to working with Katrina and the team and seeing the business become part of the fabric of the Club.”