Insurance company GRAWE has concluded a deal with the EHF to become an official partner of the federation for the Men’s EHF EURO 2018.
Austrian-based insurance company GRAWE and its participating subsidiaries in Croatia, Slovenia, Serbia, Montenegro, Hungary and Macedonia has signed a deal with the EHF, which will see it return to international handball for the first time since 2010.
The company was previously present at the Women’s EHF EURO 2004 in Hungary and Men’s EHF EURO 2010 in Austria.
GRAWE will benefit from considerable brand exposure during the championship, which takes place in Split, Poreč, Zagreb and Varaždin from 12 to 28 January 2018 and is expected to attract a global audience of more than 1.6 billion TV viewers.
The deal will see GRAWE logo presence on the sleeves of all players from 11 of the 15 participating nations as well as LED presence in key markets including Norway, Austria, Germany, Spain and Hungary.
Additional benefits will include logo presence on the EHF EURO digital channels as well as corporate hospitality.
The EHF EURO will begin on Friday, 12 January with opening matches in Split and Porec. Highlight of the first match day is the clash between hosts, Croatia, and Serbia in Split.
"Reliable insurance cover for all" was Archduke Johann’s motto when he founded Grazer Wechselseitige in 1828. Since then, a multilateral, international company, which unites insurance companies, banks and real estate under its umbrella, has developed from the initial fire insurance company.
The annual income derived from premium payments amount to 541.1 million EUR; and managed insurance policies amount to some 2.17 million.
Our headquarters are in Graz. Main offices in provincial capitals, 113 customer-friendly customer centers and around 1,500 highly-trained staff throughout Austria guarantee that our customers can be comprehensively advised and expertly taken care of.
Thirteen Central and East European insurance subsidiaries are responsible for the company's international orientation. These are located in Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Hungary, Ukraine, Bulgaria, Romania, Moldavia, Macedonia and in the Kosovo. In addition to their own head offices, they also have an expanded network of customer care centers. The GRAWE Group thus represents an important economic factor in Central and Eastern Europe.
With its customer-friendly personal consultation as well as appropriate and tailor-made products, GRAWE guarantees international quality with domestic standards of security.