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Reading Scientific Services Ltd (RSSL) has announced its sponsorship of Reading Football Club for the 2022-23 season. It marks the third consecutive year of the partnership, which continues to go from strength to strength. The scientific consultancy’s corporate brand will again feature on the back of the men’s shorts and appear on the women’s shirt sleeve for the first time. “We are delighted to have the continued support of RSSL for the upcoming season. This ongoing partnership reflects the Club’s focus on building strong relationships with local, forward-thinking organisations that are fully invested in celebrating the town and community we serve. We know that RSSL shares this commitment and couldn’t be more pleased that they remain part of our football family,” said Tim Kilpatrick, head of commercial at Reading FC.
RSSL is at the forefront of scientific analysis, consultancy, product development and training for the global food and pharmaceutical industries. But it’s also a diverse, inclusive and family-oriented company with a strong sense of community as managing director, Jacinta George, explains:“We have recently developed a new corporate brand to better reflect who we are as a company today - and collaboration, alongside science and innovation, is a key part of our proposition. For us, that means not only working in a positive way with our clients around the world but also much closer to home. In fact, we actively encourage all our staff to get involved with the local community. And what better way to bring people together than our local football club.“We’re proud to continue our partnership with Reading FC and champion the work they do locally. It’s also fantastic to now be a kit sponsor of the women’s team at such a pivotal time for the game. They are focused on inspiring and motivating more girls and young women to get involved and challenge traditional gender perceptions. That’s certainly an ambition we can get behind. We wish all the players and staff at Reading FC all the very best for the season ahead.”
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