QuickBooks strikes sponsorship with Aston Villa Football Club

by Jake Martin, Title Text

1 min read

We’re thrilled to announce that QuickBooks is the principal sponsor of Aston Villa Football Club. Our partnership kicks off with the 2015/2016 Barclays Premier League Season and will initially run for two years – with our logo featuring on the home and away team shirts.


A sneak peak at the new 2015/2016 Aston Villa home shirt, sponsored by QuickBooks
A sneak peak at the new 2015/2016 Aston Villa home shirt, sponsored by QuickBooks

Aston Villa Football Club is a founding member of the Football League and has enjoyed a rich history of success. It has major growth ambitions which absolutely mirror our own, as we continue on our mission to help small businesses in the West Midlands, across the UK and around the globe succeed and grow.

Over the last year, we’ve been blown away by the amazing community of growing businesses in the West Midlands, which made us determined to up our investment in the area and continue to support and build relationships with them. So when the opportunity to work with Aston Villa came up we grabbed it with both hands.  We’ve been incredibly impressed by the set-up at Aston Villa and see it as the perfect club to grow the QuickBooks brand in the UK.

“There is an amazing community of business owners in the West Midlands area, many of whom are among Aston Villa’s incredibly passionate supporters,” commented David Walsh, Director of Small Business Sales and Marketing Director for Intuit UK. “With our mission to help small businesses succeed and grow, we look forward to continuing to getting to know the businesses in the area and providing the support we can.”

We’ll be unveiling more over the coming weeks – stay up to date with us by visiting the “QuickBooks Events” section of the Small Business Centre.


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