AOC Announces Commercial Partnership For Next Two Olympic Games
The Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) has announced a new commercial partnership with Egis, a leading global engineering consultant and infrastructure operator.
This exciting new partnership will see Egis become an official partner of the AOC and the Australian Olympic Team until 2026.
The Egis sponsorship will assist Australian Team competing in the following Games:
- 2023 Australian Pacific Games Team (Solomon Islands)
- 2024 Australian Winter Olympic Youth Team (Gangwon 2024)
- 2024 Australian Olympic Team (Paris 2024)
- 2026 Australian Olympic Team (Milan-Cortina 2026)
- 2026 Australian Olympic Youth Team (Senegal 2026)
Commenting on the partnership, AOC CEO, Matt Carroll, said: “We are delighted to have Egis on board. Our Olympic athletes will proudly represent their country in Paris next year and without this support, these inspirational stories would not be possible.”
“The partnership with Egis extends beyond Paris with the AOC sending five Teams abroad over the next three years.
“The Olympic movement in Australia is dedicated to inspiring Australians through the power of sport. We have 44 member sports with nearly nine million Australians competing in Olympic sports.
“Egis will assist us to spread the Olympic message throughout across Australia our community programs and of course, our Australian Teams.
“With a home Games in Brisbane 2032 now nine years away, the power of sport to change lives has never been more evident,” he said.
Egis Group CEO, Laurent German, added: “Egis is very proud to announce our partnership with the Australian Olympic Movement in support of the Australian Olympic Team towards Paris 2024 Olympic Games and onwards to Milan-Cortina Olympic Games in 2026.”
“Egis is delighted to be the Official Engineering Consultant and Infrastructure Management Partner of the AOC and the Australian Olympic Team.
“Australia and Oceania is a very important region for our global business, and this partnership with the Australian Olympic Team is a source of pride and enthusiasm for our teams and we look forward to great continuing success working with the Olympic Movement in Australia,” German said.
The partnership with Egis will provide the AOC and the Australian Olympic Team with access to the company’s world-class infrastructure and engineering expertise, which will be invaluable in helping to prepare and support the team in the lead up to the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.