access_time 1 year ago

We are thrilled to announce that we have secured a three-season partnership with bolt, as they become The O’s Digital Partner.

bolt will be our official partner across all of our digital and social platforms, and what is great about this partnership, they are perfectly positioned to advise across these areas. bolt is a global growth sales and marketing agency helping professional clients grow their customer relationships, client acquisition and company profits.

You can visit bolt’s website here

Josh Stephens, Head of Commercial, said: “We have been speaking with the bolt team for a short period of time. We are thrilled that bolt have grasped our club, our clubs values, our history with such clarity, and we know through this partnership the way we communicate to you and all of our fans will continue to go from strength to strength. This has been an incredibly challenge period for all, so this partnership was designed with our fans in mind, with two key objectives.

  • The way we communicate with our fans both in the UK and abroad
  • Make our fans feel even closer to the action

As Ross and his team deliver on the pitch, we are determined to continue leading off the pitch. Whilst we have already achieved some great things during these challenging times, we continue to challenge ourselves as we strive to be league leaders both on and off the pitch.

Jamie Clifton, bolt said: “I am delighted that we’ve been selected to support Leyton Orient Football Club through this next chapter. The industry has been terribly affected, as have many others, during a difficult year but Orient have shown incredible innovation and mentality towards the situation to keep the club moving forward. You only have to look at the groundbreaking shirt sponsorship, or a certain Premier League winner coming to train at Chigwell. There’s no doubt that The O’s are getting attention and I really hope we can enhance that over the next few years together.”

James Coughlan, bolt said: “I personally grew up within a few miles of the stadium. I know from close friends some of the highs and lows of the past few years. I can honestly say having met the team behind the club, it’s exciting times ahead. The way they challenge the norm, the way they think is exactly why they’ve had so much positive coverage recently. I know there are big ambitions on and off pitch for years to come and credit to Danny, Josh, the owners & everyone involved, we cannot wait to get started, bringing the fans closer to the action, regardless of the situation.”