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United Team Up With Unipart

7 November 2013

Oxford United and Unipart announce second year of partnership to unlock talent in young people.

Oxford United and Unipart have announced a second year of partnership to unlock talent in young people.

Unipart is an Oxford-based company that provides manufacturing, logistics and consultancy solutions for many of the world’s major companies. Best known as partners to the world’s most successful car manufacturers, Unipart has a long history of involvement with Oxford United, having been shirt sponsors for ten years during the club’s time at the Manor.

Now, Unipart and Oxford United are again partners in an important venture to address the opportunities for engaging with our young people. They have combined forces to expand the Unipart Talent Factory, which will help young people unlock their true potential.

Paul Brooks a director of Unipart, said:

“Unipart has got a track record for innovation and world class solutions in all that we do. Our partnership with Oxford, which we have been working on for over a year, will allow all of our stakeholders to be involved in working with a great club on a successful journey.

“It is our intention to bring our employees, customers and suppliers to work with Oxford United to increase both sponsorship and community involvement for the club’s projects. By developing the Unipart Talent Factory programme in Oxford around coaching, work experience and healthy lifestyle, our aim is to identify and develop future talent for ourselves and all our business partners”

Tony Davison, United’s Commercial Director said:

“Unipart is another world famous brand, and it is great for the club to be working with them once again. The past relationship between Oxford United and Unipart worked brilliantly for both companies. Unipart’s commitment to helping in the community in and around Oxford ties in perfectly with some of the very exciting projects that we are looking to implement across the county.”


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