Somerset County Cricket Club are pleased to be able to announce that we have signed an exciting new partnership agreement with Simple Recruitment Services.
The initial 12-month relationship will see Simple Recruitment Services become our Official Player Announcement Partner. They will also lend their support to a special series of content pieces based on the importance of leadership, both on and off the field. The series will see some of Somerset CCC’s most influential players and staff candidly discuss the value of leadership within the elite sporting environment and also further afield.
When announcing the partnership, SCCC Commercial Director, Caroline Herbert said: “We are excited to be working with Simple Recruitment Services on these two content-based features. The recruitment of new players and information on the skills they bring to the Club cause real excitement with our Members and supporters providing high engagement levels. This piece of content aligns perfectly with the type of service Simple Recruitment provide.
“The leadership series is something that both organisations are particularly looking forward to. Learning our players and staff’s unique perspectives on what makes a good leader along with insight into their own leadership styles will be fascinating. I am confident we will learn new techniques and strategies to adopt once again demonstrating the synergy between the world of sort and the world of business.”
Chris Saunders, Simple Recruitment Services Regional Manager said: “Simple Recruitment Services Ltd. have a robust link to sport and sport sponsorship stemming from senior management’s love of the Beautiful Game and County Cricket. Simple have lent their support to Sonning Cricket Club, Hampshire Ladies Cricket, Kiera Skeels for Reading FC, Georgia Gladwin at Nottingham Forest Ladies Team and The Southern Vipers Cricket Team to name a few of the sports Women and Men we are affiliated with.
“Key members of the Senior Management Team have played County Cricket and now enjoy coaching and guiding junior players; this made the link with Somerset County Cricket Club an easy decision.