Konica Minolta’s concentration on ski-related sports and football is emphasizing the company’s outstanding performance and ambition to achieve constantly excellent results. Konica Minolta chooses ski and football as both sport kinds and the brand share common values such as team spirit, solidarity, energy and delivering the best performance.
Ski Jumping demands a high level of technical sophistication and physical excellence of the athletes. As all individual results from the season’s competitions count for the final ranking, the ski jumpers have to show top performance during the entire season. This is why some consider winning the FIS Ski Jumping World Cup worth more than winning a gold medal at the Olympic Winter Games.
Since Konica Minolta is continuously striving for excellent results and stands for comprehensive technological expertise, the sponsorship of the FIS Ski Jumping World Cup is the perfect match! Konica Minolta’s sponsorship as Official Data Partner for the seasons 2012-13 until 2015-16 ensures our brand exposure at major ski events in Europe and Asia.
The FIS Ski Jumping World Cup 2014-15 is held in 37 ski-jumping competitions in 21 different locations in 10 countries (Germany, Finland, Norway, Russia, Switzerland, Austria, Poland, Japan, Czech Republic, Slovenia) from 22 November 2014 to 22 March 2015.
Konica Minolta extends its sport engagement as Official Data Sponsor for FIS Nordic Combined World Cup for 2013-14 seasons until 2015-16. The partnership with the FIS as one of the biggest international sports federations makes Konica Minolta a presence at 56 ski world events in eleven countries in Europe and Asia.
Just like with Ski Jumping and Nordic Combined, Konica Minolta strives for technical precision and outstanding performance to deliver efficient and effective business solutions for our customers. Additionally, Nordic Combined requires not only explosiveness and strength for take-off in ski jumping, but also capacity to go for the long-run at Nordic Combined – both virtues for which we are verifiably known in our industry.
The FIS Nordic Combined World Cup 2014-15 is held in 23 competitions in 12 different locations in 8 countries (Finland, Norway, Austria, Germany, France, Japan, Italy, Czech Republic) from 29 November 2014 to 14 March 2015.
Konica Minolta UK has teamed up with Liverpool Football Club, to create a unique partnership that will benefit both companies.
The long-term relationship will see the Club working with Konica Minolta to help raise their profile as a provider of print and document management services to SMEs, public sector, commercial and enterprise business through brand affinity and engagement with Liverpool supporters. The partnership will also see Liverpool FC benefiting from Konica Minolta’s skills, experience and expertise in their role as the Club’s Official Print and Document Management Partner.
Konica Minolta Business Solutions Italia SpA is co-sponsor of Atalanta Calcio, the football team of the city of Bergamo, since 2011 when, after a successful season, the players won the B league and proudly went back to “Serie A”, the first Italian division.
The partnership with Atalanta includes a series of events and communication activities created to emphasize the presence of Konica Minolta brand on the territory, such as the project “Neonati Atalantini”: Atalanta and Konica Minolta are pleased to give all babies born in the maternity units of the Bergamo province the mini T-shirt of the team.
Konica Minolta France chose to associate itself with the Ligue Nationale de Handball as Handball is a booming team sport with which common values are shared: team spirit, solidarity, energy, delivering the best performance and conviviality.
In France Konica Minolta has been involved in sports for around 15 years, considering it a powerful method of communication that reinforces its brand visibility and image amongst the public, its clients and its collaborators. This new sponsorship with the Ligue Nationale de Handball will enable Konica Minolta to get closer to both its external and internal public.