vion and Partner Bank extend cooperation

Go for Gold: Partner Bank, vion and Cordial Cup Tirol extend cooperation for another three years

The Linzer Partner Bank has already been responsible for providing the medals at the Cordial Cup Tirol. The long-standing partnership has now been extended for another three years. In the future, too, numerous young athletes can look forward to the noble sponsorship of the private bank.

"As the organizer, I have always valued strong partnerships and equal footing since the beginning of the Cordial Cup Tirol. With the partner bank and vion, we have institutions at our side that we can rely on at all times and that live the idea of ​​understanding," says Hans Grübler , chief organizer of the Cordial Cup Tirol. Every year, several hundred young football clubs from many European countries take part in the qualifying tournaments in order to qualify for the final week, which takes place every year at Whitsun in Tyrol. "Social and social responsibility is an essential part of Partner Bank's corporate culture, so it was natural for us to continue to pledge our support," explains Dr. Sarvenas Enayati, Board Member of Partner Bank. "Year after year, we look forward to seeing the bright eyes of the young people when the many young athletes accept medals as a reward for their hard training and commitment." “I have been associated with the Cordial Cup Tirol and club life for many years and am happy about the continuation of the existing cooperation. As a company, we are united in the Cordial Cup Tirol and are now going our way together for another three years,” explains Manuela Dorn, who, in addition to her work as managing director of the financial services company vion, is part of the Cordial Cup organization team for the area of ​​social development and the initiative #zukunftstiften responsible. “This initiative is one of the ways to give something back to society. One of our core competencies is the transfer of financial knowledge. Here we cooperate with associations that receive immediate funding from us and also benefit from our lectures, advice and information on the subject of financial education.”