GREAT EFFORT BY SOPHIE COX
Wide Network Solutions, were the first to congratulate Cox on her achievements. 'We are so proud of Sophie and what she has achieved,' said Wide Network Solutions Chairman Peter Cameron. 'Even though she didn't medal she fought tremendously well, we feel incredibly lucky to have been able to sponsor a British athlete like Sophie, she is a great ambassador for the sport.'
Wide Network Solutions have seen success elsewhere during the olympic period - they are reported to have increased their turnover by £127 million. The company is assisting channels from all over the world during this busy period, providing space on all major international satellites plus broadcasting assistance and technological support to channels looking to offer olympic coverage. Peter Cameron attributes the success to being British, 'This is the time for us to show our patriotism as a British company, and really get involved in the Games in as many ways as possible.'
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WIDE NETWORK SOLUTIONS SIGNS SPONSORSHIP DEAL WITH BRITISH JUDO OLYMPIAN
Global satellite broadcasting company Wide Network Solutions has confirmed a sponsorship deal with British Olympic Judo Player Sophie Cox. This includes an agreement to fund all major tournaments and events in the run up to the 2012 Games.
Sophie will be one of the big British Medal hopes at the London Games next summer, and will also be looking for gold at the World Championships in Paris next month.
"We are delighted to have signed this deal with Sophie. It's important to us as a company to be playing a major role in the Olympic Games here in the UK, and what better way to do that than support one of our own athletes," said Wide Network Solutions Chairman, Peter Cameron.
"Sophie is already an Olympian and proven top Competitor in her sport. We want to make sure she can build on that and do even better on home soil."
Sophie Cox, 29 said, "I am looking forward to working with Wide Network Solutions. The company has a long history of success in the broadcasting industry, so what better partnership to make than that with the world of sport. I hope that the company's well established name in satellite broadcasting will help promote judo and of course the London 2012 Games."
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