Fulham Appoint Former Manchester United & Barcelona Executive
Fri 13th May 2016 | Money & Finance
Fulham Football Club have announce the appointment of Casper Stylsvig as the club’s Chief Revenue Officer.
Vastly experienced, Casper joins Fulham after holding senior posts at Manchester United, where he held positions of Head of Sales and Global Sponsorship Director, and FC Barcelona, where he was Business Development Manager.
Whilst at Manchester United and FC Barcelona, Casper was responsible for securing lucrative sponsorship deals with a significant number of the biggest brands in the world.
At Fulham, Casper has responsibility for all off-field revenue streams including: Sponsorship, Corporate Hospitality and Events, Ticketing, Retail and Public Catering.
Based at the Club’s Motspur Park Training Ground, Casper’s appointment is in line with the Chairman’s strategic aim to drive sales and increase revenue through all of the Fulham’s commercial divisions.
Speaking of his appointment Casper Stylsvig said: “I have joined Fulham at a very exciting time as the planning and preparation is in place to ensure the club mount a real campaign on the pitch next season.
“Off the pitch we have enormous opportunity to grow commercially and build successful relationships with partners who understand the significance of the Fulham brand in their portfolio.
“Fulham is a historic football club with many unique characteristics that are immensely attractive for new and varied audiences.
“We will return to the Premier League and I am relishing the opportunity to ensure when we get there, that London’s Original football Club has an array of impressive partnerships and new revenue streams that match its status.”
Posted by: Aaron Gourley
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