Asics sponsors International Paralympic Committee The six-figure agreement is the first partnership of its kind for IPC Athletics and a sports brand. As part of the five-year agreement, ASICS will provide apparel for all international officials and IPC Athletics staff and focus on the development and promotion of Para athletics and the Paralympic Movement. ASICS will also have activation rights at selected major Championships and events.
Toyota partners with International Paralympic Committee TOKYO Toyota Motor Corp signed a partnership agreement with the International Paralympic Committee on Thursday which will see the world's largest automaker provide vehicles, technology services and mobility support robots to the Paralympic Games through 2024.
Panasonic signs deal with International Paralympic Committee Panasonic Corporation today announced it has signed an Official Worldwide Paralympic Partnership agreement with the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) for six years and two months from 2014 through to the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.
Allianz signs deal with International Paralympic Committee IPC Athletics, the International Federation for para-athletics of the International Paralympic Committee (IPC), and financial services company Allianz SE, have signed a 12-month partnership agreement to become the sport's first official global partner. Together, Allianz and IPC Athletics will develop joint programmes and digital assets to help raise the profile of both the sport and its athletes. In addition, Allianz will support three IPC Athletics Grand Prix events this year and August's European Championships.
ATOS signs deal with International Paralympic Committee April 15 - International IT services company Atos has extended its Worldwide Paralympic sponsorship through to Rio 2016 after agreeing a new deal with the International Paralympic Committee (IPC). The deal sees Atos retain its status as Worldwide Paralympic IT Partner for both the Sochi 2014 and Rio 2016 Games.