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QN Europe is an official sponsor of the Manchester City Football Club since 2018

Manchester City are not only the Champions of the English Premier League, they are also one of Europe’s most admired football clubs and have attracted the former FC Bayern coach Pep Guardiola as their new trainer.

In 2018, Manchester City won QN Europe as a sponsor – the prospective champion in European direct sales. The partnership offers various branding opportunities, thereby strengthening the QN Europe brand.

With a display of dedication, sportsmanship and most importantly, teamwork, Manchester City Football Club successfully became the champions of the Premier League. The team’s journey to becoming number one has been one of commitment, focus and team work – values that are also reflected in the direct selling business; an industry where in order to succeed, you need to stay committed, focussed and be a team player. Manchester City, through its proud history, has also built a deep, lasting kinship with communities around the world, similar to the way QN Europe aims to make a difference in all the communities it does business in.

Jerome Hoerth, General Manager of QN Europe, was proud to announce the new commitment, supporting such a prominent and successful club like Manchester City. „ManCity has enthusiastic fans across Europe. In the perspective of our own expansion plans, this cooperation creates an important relationship for us.“

Tom Glick, chief commercial officer of City Football Group, was pleased to expand the already very successful partnership with existing partner QNET and having won QN Europe as a sponsor: „We are pleased to be engaged with QN Europe in this partnership. It gives both parties an opportunity to work together through football.”