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Commercial partners Burnley FC in the Community on why the partnership with Utility Alliance works

13 October, 2017

THE PARTNERSHIP CHANNEL at Utility Alliance are proud of the relationships they build and secure with other businesses around the country.

They work on a reciprocal level basis, with a team of relationship building experts. The aim is to build relationships to bring businesses together through revenue streams, customer retention and most importantly a partnership.

Burnley FC in the Community (BFCitC) are one of Utility Alliance’s commercial partners within the channel and one they are extremely thrilled to be working with.

BFCitC are the clubs official registered charity. Their mission is to inspire, support and deliver change into the local community.

Utility Alliance have been working in partnership with the registered charity for over four month now, with regular meetings and updates, the relationship between the two companies just keeps on growing.

Neil Hart, the Chief Executive Officer for BFCitC, said: “The reason I wanted to work with Utility Alliance was that both organisations have that entrepreneurial spark”.

On their recent visit to Utility Alliance’s premises on the marina in Hartlepool, they put together this short video to show just why our partnership together works so well.

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