The support of popular and competitive sports is particularly close to the heart of Bonn-based software company BusinessCode. The IT service provider is now expanding its social commitment in this area. Together with the SSF, it forms a strong team.
October 10, 2019 “In the past years we have been involved in swimming again and again and here we consciously promote competitive sports and the SSF Bonn,” says Martin Schulze, CEO of BusinessCode GmbH, with its software being used by renowned customers worldwide. “Endurance and diligence, target-orientation and the will to succeed are central elements of competitive sport. Values that also form the basis of our work,” adds Schulze.
Therefore, the decision was quickly made to become the “Official Sponsor” of the SSF Bonn and thus to deepen the existing cooperation. The logo of the IT service provider can now be found on the new clothing of the association’s employees.
BusinessCode supports SSF
“New club clothing had to be provided and this is simply not possible without sponsors. We want people to recognize and perceive us, both at home and at national and international competitions,” explains Christoph Mertens, Deputy Chairman of SSF Bonn 1905 e. V.
“Uniform clothing strengthens the sense of belonging and connectedness. We are better noticed and would like to arouse the interest of young people in the region in sport”, emphasizes Jürgen Baró, 1st chairman of the SSF Bonn, who is pleased about the support of the IT service provider.
In addition to these points, Schulze sees further parallels between the SSF and BusinessCode. Both operate on a national and international level. While the SSF competes here, BusinessCode looks after customers who can be found in Bonn and Cologne, but also in The Hague, Singapore and Jordan.
As soon as the ink has dried under the contract, the official sponsor is already planning further projects. These include accompanying the International Youth Meeting of the SSF Bonn in November, a sporting highlight in swimming.
Caption: Jürgen Baró (Chairman SSF Bonn) and Martin Schulze (CEO BusinessCode)