23 May 2011 – New Prospectus for IT Companies

Posted: May 23, 2011 in Press Releases

David GaleRamTec Motorsport today launched a new offering for IT-related companies, combining the benefits of traditional motorsports sponsorship with its sister company SITFO.org’s IT marketing and consultancy expertise.

RamTec Motorsport CEO, David Gale, said, “We have a unique capability to deliver a coordinated campaign that links our sponsors’ involvement in our kart racing team to their own requirements for IT seminars and workshops. IT suppliers have a pressing need to engage with their customers in defining enterprise architectures and strategic roadmaps, as a means of securing buy-in to any transformational initiative. My many years experience as a retained consultant to companies like Microsoft Corp means that we can deliver an exceptional seminar and workshop programme for sponsors which is focused exactly on their business requirements”

RamTec Motorsport’s Events Coordinator, Adele Chatterton said, “A racing kart allows us the flexibility to deliver an exhibition display at locations where other forms of motorsport display would pose issues around the available space. We can even link to sponsors’ existing arrangements within Formula 1, since kart racing is the acknowledged path for any aspiring driver. By combining the two threads of motorsport and IT marketing, we can ensure that IT-related sponsors can see an immediate quantifiable return on investment.”

Click HERE for your copy of the new RamTec Motorsport IT-related Prospectus.

David Gale
CEO
RamTec Motorsport
+44 (0)7703 460360

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