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Introducing the new Network Wycombe Executive Club

Network Wycombe Executive Club

06 Jan Introducing the new Network Wycombe Executive Club

Wycombe Wanderers Football Club have today announced the launch of the Network Wycombe Executive Club to replace the now-defunct Adams Park Business Network. This evolution is particularly great news for our ‘Friends of WWSET‘ corporate fundraising initiative, as membership of the NWEC is part of the package. 

The Chairboys announcement in full… 

“Wycombe Wanderers are thrilled to re-launch its business club as part of a wide-ranging campaign to develop partnerships with current and prospective sponsors, and proudly introduce the Network Wycombe Executive Club, which is free to join for a trial period.

Network Wycombe will bring together local, national and international businesses and open up a host of opportunities to embark on advertising, hospitality and sponsorship packages at Adams Park, as well as enjoying networking events, tailored introductions to like-minded members, and being first to hear of availability for highly sought-after business opportunities.

All members of the previous Business @ Adams Park initiative will gain automatic membership to Network Wycombe, while new members can sign up online and a member of the team will be in touch in due course to discuss how your business can strike up a prosperous relationship with the club.

A new-look commercial team will lead the Chairboys in 2022, with Harry Gadd taking up the post of Commercial Manager after spending a year developing the club’s global marketing programme with great success, engaging with new international members in more than 70 clubs.

He’s joined by two new recruits in Jack Gray and Samuel Trellis, who arrived at Adams Park as Commercial Executives shortly before Christmas, embarking on new projects to engage with the club’s supporters in corporate hospitality on matchdays, and attract new partners with a whole host of new initiatives lined up.

Harry Gadd said: “As a team, we have set out our goals for the year ahead, and we are keen to expand the club’s network of commercial contacts to make sure we can reach more and more people with news of the fantastic opportunities that we have to offer.

“We truly believe that every business can benefit from a partnership with the club, whether it’s a small, local business or a multi-national brand. This is our chance to showcase Wycombe Wanderers Football Club to a wider audience, by inviting new members to come on board, learn about how they can get involved, and join us on a journey that we strongly believe will see us become a Championship club for many years to come.”

Visit wwfc.com/network-wycombe to learn more and join today.”

If you want to join us as a Friends of WWSET, and benefit from the many perks of the package, as well as membership to the Network Wycombe Executive Club, contact WWSET Head of Fundraising and Communications, Mark Fawkes, on mark.fawkes@wwfc.com or (01494) 455736. 

Mark said of the new package, “Congratulations to my colleagues Harry, Jack and Samuel, who have worked really hard behind the scenes to launch the Network Wycombe Executive Club, it’s great to see it up and running and being received so favourably. I would like to offer my sincere thanks and appreciation for allowing us to be a part of it and extend the offer of membership to our partners and friends who, from the conversations I’ve already had on this, are excited to attend the events and benefit from the networking opportunities that this club provides. I would encourage any local business to get involved.” 

Further Reading: ‘Great Result for Friends of WWSET Partners’ 

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