Club confirm appointment of new Commercial Manager…
By Matty Paddock - 26/11/2019
Posted 3 weeks ago
Kidderminster Harriers are delighted to have appointed Paul Biggerstaff as their new Commercial Manager.
Worcestershire born and bred, Paul joins the Harriers having played an integral role in the commercial operation at Worcestershire County Cricket Club over the past six years.
There he worked with a strong focus on management and development of the club’s sponsorship portfolio, corporate event calendar, hospitality sales and membership and ticketing activities. He will provide a strategic and operational lead for Harriers’ commercial operation, and drive its growth moving forward.
Excited to join the club, Paul commented: “I feel extremely privileged to have been given the opportunity to work for such a fantastic football club with a great history.
“The club has so much potential commercially, and in the coming months and years, we want to first consolidate and then grow the business to facilitate investment across the club.”
Richard Lane, head of the consortium who have recently purchased the club, added: “I am delighted to appoint Paul to this role; I believe he’s the perfect individual to develop the commercial arm of the club.
“I’m very much looking forward to building strong relationships with all local businesses…” Paul Biggerstaff, the club’s new commercial manager
“Paul is an outstanding professional with vital sports business experience, who brings with him a real desire and ability to transform the revenue of the club, allowing us to invest in the facilities at Aggborough and, ultimately, on strengthening the playing squad.”
Paul spoke about the extensive opportunities to get involved with Harriers, saying: “I’m very much looking forward to building strong relationships with all local businesses.
“We have a broad range of commercial opportunities available to cater for all business objectives and budgets, ensuring there is an option to suit any company, regardless of size.
“This will include the conception of a brand-new Business Club that will be launched soon, which will see the club act as a hub around which we can bring together the local business community.”
If you would like to hear more about how you and your business can work with Harriers this season and beyond, please feel free to get in contact by emailing email@example.com or calling 07706 712219.