Accenture and the Melbourne Rebels have today announced the signing of an exciting new partnership between the two organisations. Headlining the new relationship will be the creation of the ‘Accenture Chairman’s Club’, seeing the Consulting business take on the naming rights for Rebel’s highly sought after match corporate facility.
With exclusive content including a wide array of guest speakers, pre-match inner sanctum chats with Coach Dave Wessels and post game chats with players fresh off the pitch, the Chairman’s Club has been one of the most in demand rugby tickets in town.
“We are thrilled to partner with the Melbourne Rebels this season and for Accenture to be the naming rights partner for the Rebels Chairman’s Club.”
“We are excited to work with the Rebels on growing the game in Victoria and helping connect businesses and the community through a combined love of the sport,” Accenture’s Anthony James said.
With over half a million employees worldwide, Accenture specialise in a diverse range of service offerings and has five main practice areas. These include, strategy, management, digital, technology, and operations consulting.
“Accenture has been a big supporter of Rugby Union locally and we are thrilled to have Anthony and his team at Accenture support the Melbourne Rebels this year. We are looking forward to proudly inviting guests into the Accenture Chairman’s Club throughout the season,” Melbourne Rebels CEO Baden Stephenson said.
Tickets for the Accenture Chairman’s Club are able to be purchased for each match by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org