Youth Sport Trust welcome Dell EMC as new partner

The Youth Sport Trust has partnered with global technology company Dell EMC for a yearlong campaign that will see the tech giant become the charity’s first School Communications Partner.
Youth Sport Trust welcome Dell EMC as new partner

The Youth Sport Trust has partnered with global technology company Dell EMC for a yearlong campaign that will see the tech giant become the charity’s first School Communications Partner.

Dell EMC will have its presence on Youth Sport Trust’s targeted communications to over 4,000 member schools in the charity’s network, the first of which will be the next edition of Inspire magazine which all member schools receive exclusively on a termly basis.

John Bailey, UK sales director, Education, Dell EMC, commented:

We are excited to be the School Communications Partner for Youth Sport Trust for the year 2016/17. Here at Dell EMC we believe in developing and deploying technologies that drive human progress. Our connected world is undergoing a digital transformation - creating fundamental shifts in the way we learn, work and live. This matches Youth Sport Trust’s mission to build a brighter future for young people through PE, school, sport and physical activity – improving wellbeing, developing leadership skills and enhancing achievement.

Phil Chamberlain, Director of External Relations, Youth Sport Trust said: “We’re very proud to announce Dell EMC as a new partner and look forward to working with them over the next year. Their contribution and support is vital to help build our programmes that use sport to increase the life chances of young people all over the world.”

Member schools share the charity’s common purpose, believing in the power of PE and school sport to change young lives for the better and impact on their wellbeing. As a member school you can receive a number of benefits from access to online resources and discounts on school sport equipment to places at national education events and priority access to programmes. For more information, visit here

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