Wolves extend DIS Group partnership

Wolves and DIS Group have extended their partnership for a second season, following a successful year working together during the 2019/20 campaign.

The Wolverhampton-based company, who now become Wolves’ official print partner, specialise in digital print, signage and graphics, and will continue to work with their local club during the new season.

During year one, DIS helped the club support Wolves Foundation in branding out their arena in Aldersley and assisted the first-team with the branding requirements needed for the Europa League.

Following the fresh partnership’s confirmation, DIS have now branded the two big screens at Molineux and have supported Wolves Academy teams by becoming the club’s official Academy sleeve sponsor for all age groups from under-18s, down to under-7s.

Russell Jones, Wolves general manager for marketing and commercial growth, said: “We are committed to working with local businesses to drive the economy of Wolverhampton so are delighted to be renewing our print partnership with DIS.

“DIS share our ambitious mindset and have proved to us time and time again that they can meet and exceed the demands of our fast-paced business, delivering exceptional quality and great service.”

Dave Purcell, director at DIS Group, added: “To renew our partnership with Wolves was a very easy decision for us to make.

“In these very difficult and strange times we believe the need for strong commercial partnerships is vital, and so our continued relationship with the Wolves is one we value immensely. We see the partnership as a natural link, with both parties committed to excellence at every level.

“We have delivered design, branding and printing projects all over the world, so it feels right to bring our talents back home and continue to work with Wolves on cementing their historic and prestigious branding, and to work collaboratively to deliver even more new and exciting projects in conjunction with one of the fastest growing brands in world football.”

For more information on DIS Group, visit dis-group.org.