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FIVB President committed to developing relationship with sponsors

President Ary Graça (right) updated Senoh President Tetsuya Ozaki on the success of the FIVB World Championships and plans in the build up to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games
Lausanne, Switzerland, October 31, 2018 - During the 2018 FIVB Volleyball Women’s World Championships in Japan, FIVB President Ary Graça held a series of key meetings with senior officials from Senoh, Ganten Water and the Japanese arm of DB Schenker, taking the opportunity to inform them of the latest developments at the FIVB and his vision for the future.

The FIVB President spoke about the great opportunities ahead of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, the continued growth of digital innovation and fan engagement, and the importance of the FIVB and its partners supporting each other in their business objectives.

All three sponsors praised the FIVB’s successful World Championships and re-affirmed their commitment to growing volleyball around the world.

“Through our global partnerships with the world’s leading industries, the FIVB continues to grow across the globe,” President  Ary Graça said following his meetings. “One of the most important factors is our shared goals, and regular communication allows us to nurture our relationships with the extended volleyball family. I am delighted to say that our conversations over the last two weeks have been very productive and the FIVB looks forward to many more years partnering with these outstanding organisations.”


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