KubeNet supports the Warriors in two-year sponsorship deal
Glasgow-based KubeNet have become the Official Technology Partner of Glasgow Warriors in a deal until May 2020.
The telecommunications and technology company offer services to ‘connect and protect’ businesses across the UK with a comprehensive range of voice, data, connectivity and cloud services.
One of their existing clients is The Famous Grouse, who are already part of the Glasgow Warriors sponsorship family.
Scotland and Glasgow Warriors half-backs George Horne and Adam Hastings helped launch the new partnership at Scotstoun, ahead of the new Guinness PRO14 season kicking off later this month.
Glasgow Warriors Managing Director Nathan Bombrys said: “KubeNet are the latest Glasgow-based company to join our growing family of sponsors and it’s great to welcome them on board ahead of the new season.
“We are more reliant than ever on technology, with us utilising a growing number of social media channels and analysis tools.
“KubeNet are a fast-growing organisation who offer a variety of services for businesses of all sizes and with the networking opportunities available to them through Glasgow Warriors, we’re looking forward to helping them reach new clients.”
KubeNet Director, Julie Inglis, said: "Being based in Glasgow, with a global reach and having an active role in grassroots rugby by supporting community rugby club Cartha QPRFC - KubeNet and Glasgow Warriors are an ideal partnership.
"With technology revolutionising rugby and elevating players’ performance it makes sense for Glasgow Warriors to have a dedicated Technology Partner."
Jonny Gray joined the Warriors as a Scottish Rugby Elite Development player in the summer of 2012 after a number of standout displays for Hamilton and Scotland under-20.