Bobby Gracey, Chief Executive Officer at IFIC Forensics says, “We are absolutely delighted to be building a commercial relationship with Clyde FC and feel that this association will have great benefit for both parties. Scotland is still at the heart of our International business and we look forward to working with all of the people at Clyde FC. Clyde FC is known for its community and family values and this is an area that very much appeals to our own traditions and business ethics. We are very supportive of Clyde’s ambitions and growth and we look forward to introducing Clyde FC to our customers across the UK in the insurance, loss adjuster and legal sectors. We are hoping that season 2012/13 will be a great success for both IFIC Forensics and Clyde FC”.
Gary Ballantyne, Clyde FC Commercial Director says “We at Clyde FC welcome this wonderful opportunity to build a long-term successful commercial relationship with our new sponsors IFIC Forensics. We have been extremely impressed by the enthusiasm and professionalism demonstrated by IFIC Forensics throughout our discussions and final agreements to our partnership for the forthcoming season and hopefully for many seasons beyond next season.
We hope to forge a strong bond from our sporting culture and community involvement with our new business partners through shared visions and business developments. To be associated with a prestige organisation within their highly specialised field of business is a privilege and we will look forward with delight to seeing their logo very soon, proudly emblazed on the famous “Bully Wee” home shirt for next season.
Headquartered in Glasgow, Scotland, IFIC (www.ific.co.uk) founded in 1970, is an innovative and leading global forensic investigation organisation providing professional cause and origin solutions in relation to fires and explosions in commercial, industrial and marine environments.
Clyde FC , founded in 1877, is a community interest club based currently in Cumbernauld and has a long and distinguished history in Scottish professional football. They have won the Scottish Cup on 3 occasions in 1939, 1955 & 1958, and runners-up on a further 3 occasions. They have also won the second division championship on 9 occasions. The club has gone through a transitional stage of development recently since its near association with administration in mid-2000’s and are now very much on a long term business and football strategy plan on developing the club for continued improvement both on and off the pitch. It is one of the very first members club to be formed within Scotland, and has a committed community involvement.