Newcastle United are hoping to reach a ‘global’ audience with their latest commercial partnership.
That’s the opinion of financial guru Kieran Maguire, dedicated to Football Insider About Magpie’s new deal with Dr. Cinik.
new castle Announce On Monday September 5, they signed a deal with the hair transplant specialist and their brand will appear on both St James’ Park and the club’s digital channels.
Company founder Emrah Cinik issued a statement to club media, saying he was delighted to be associated with “one of the most established clubs in the Premier League”.
Tyneisders need to increase their business income to unlock the limitless consumer potential of their Saudi owners.
Maguire says the new partnership with Dr. Cinik will help expand their business footprint globally.
“The Great Market is one of the seven modern wonders of the world, but it’s not usually associated with people who have hair transplants,” He says Football Insider Adam Williams.
“So while there may be some interest from the Newcastle fanbase, it’s more of an issue in terms of sponsors trying to get the wider fanbase to focus on their products.
“Certainly after the acquisition Newcastle’s interest in pushing the club into a more global position has increased.
“In terms of the relationship with Dr. Cinik, that’s probably the target market.”
Meanwhile, Newcastle United have agreed to sign Llorius Karius after the former Manchester United star rejected their offer.