Allianz SE first began supporting International Paralympics in 2006. Allianz in Ireland followed in 2010 by supporting Paralympics Ireland, and more recently by title sponsorship of the Irish Paralympic Athletics and Swimming squads. Together, both Allianz SE and Allianz in Ireland are very proud of their association with Paralympic sport and are committed to making Ireland’s participation in the Rio Games a success for all concerned.
Following Cadbury’s sponsorship of the 2012 Irish Paralympic Team, its parent company Mondelez Ireland extended its sponsorship of Paralympics Ireland towards Rio 2016. Based around a series of ‘Come & Try’ events, the current partnership is aimed at helping staff and stakeholders see up close, learn at first hand and share the journey of Ireland’s extraordinary Paralympic athletes.
OCS Group Ireland
Extending their successful support from London 2012, OCS Group Ireland has come on board to sponsor the 2016 Irish Paralympic Team and December’s 2016 OCS Irish Paralympic Awards. Inspired by the dedication and commitment shown by Irish Paralympic athletes to their goals, they look forward to tracking their progress this year and watching them compete for Ireland at Rio.
As the Official Energy Partner of Paralympics Ireland, Flogas is delighted and proud to welcome several Irish Paralympic athletes into its Brand Ambassador programme. Everyone at Flogas is looking forward to seeing our athletes in action in Rio and wish them and all the Irish team every success in achieving their goals at the Games.
McInerney Saunders has provided accounting, payroll and taxation services to Paralympics Ireland.
since 2011 allowing Paralympics Ireland staff to focus on their core athlete-related activities. As their success is interwoven with that of their clients, they look forward to giving Paralympics Ireland every support on their Road to Rio and beyond.