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29 January 2021



29 January 2021

Libra Europe Consulting are supporting Town’s Terriers Together game

- Libra Europe Consulting on front of shirts this Saturday
- Club Partner to feature against Stoke City live on Sky Sports
- Limited slots now available through this initiative

One of Huddersfield Town’s newest Club Partners, Libra Europe Consulting (LEC), will appear on the front of Town’s shirts when the players run out to take on Stoke City at the John Smith’s Stadium on Saturday, live on Sky Sports!

Having proudly featured on the front of shirt for the Emirates FA Cup tie against Plymouth Argyle, the Northern-based company will feature on the Town shirts for the second time this month.

LEC continue to work with 15 managers within the Club and Foundation and were keen to use the front of shirt sponsorship as an opportunity to share the fantastic work that the Club is carrying out behind the scenes, and in particular the link between the programme and Terriers Together.

Michael Carson, Group Commercial Director at LEC, commented:

“Terriers Together really underpins the relationship we have with the Club. Not only are the values of Terriers Together fundamental to the Leadership & Management programme we are delivering at the Club, but they are core values that run through the whole team at Libra Europe Consulting too.

“We are proud that our partnership is built on and shares such fundamental and important values and fully advocate everything that Terriers Together and Huddersfield community stands for.

“We’re four months in to a 15-month programme with the first Leadership & Management cohort at the Club and everyone involved is really keen to share their experience and moreover we would love to support other Huddersfield businesses in a similar way.”

Huddersfield Town HR Manager Zoe Shackleton added:

“The programme is progressing well, and I know our team are really enjoying and benefiting from it. The pandemic has presented challenges including alternating between in-person and remote learning, but this has been effectively managed.

“This investment in leadership capacity is so important to us in terms of shaping our organisational culture and developing both current and future leaders. It has been so successful that we’re already planning for a second cohort to enrol on the programme”

You can hear more about the programme in the below video and don’t miss the opportunity to hear first-hand about the programme from Zoe Shackleton and Robyn Kennerdale at the free HTAFC webinar on 10th February 2021 – Register here!

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