The Rugby World Cup 2023 in France doesn’t start until September 8, 2023, but it is already casting its shadow. Both venues and official beer partners as well as official hospitality agents are in the starting block.
The France 2023 Organizing Committee has appointed e-commerce platform DAIMANI as the exclusive international official hospitality agent for the tournament in France. As part of the Rugby World Cup, the Swiss company offers a variety of hospitality packages to suit the needs of the customers.
World Rugby chief executive Alan Gilpin believes DAIMANI is the right choice: “The Rugby World Cup 2023 will be a celebration of France and rugby at the same time, in line with the 200th anniversary of our sport. International Official Hospitality With the appointment of DAIMANI as the digital sales platform for the event, our international guests and companies are in safe hands.
In addition to the distribution partner for the hospitality package, the official beer partner of the Rugby World Cup has also been confirmed. Japanese brewery Asahi Beer will provide official tournament beer with its Asahi Super Dry.
Kenichi Shiozawa, President of Asahi Breweries, Ltd., is excited about the upcoming collaboration: “It is a great honor to be the first Asian company to become a global participant in the Rugby World Cup 2023 in France, the most prestigious tournament in rugby. The Asahi Super Dry’s Founded in 1987 when the first Rugby World Cup was staged. We are sympathetic to the passion and core values of Rugby, which are all about overcoming difficulties, respecting each other and moving forward together These values are also shared by Asahi Super Dry, which has the ambition to make all teams happy, act positive and work hard together to unite the entire world. Asahi Breweries Ltd. With everyone in the world Will try to share the excitement and unforgettable moments that will contribute to the success of the tournament. I am confident that this partnership can unite the world.”
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