"They are strong supporters of the Club and the U23s, and we are thankful for their commitment which spans a further three seasons"
Town have agreed a deal that will see CNet Training continue as sponsors of the Club’s U23s team.
The Bury St Edmunds based company, who first became sponsors of the Club in 2020, will see their logo don the front of the young Blues’ home and away shirts from 2022/23 until the end of the 2024/25 season.
A global award-winning technical education company, CNet Training will also continue as Academy partners.
"We are delighted to continue our working partnership with CNet Training," Rosie Richardson, Town’s Director of Sales, told the Club website. "They are strong supporters of the Club and the U23s, and we are thankful for their commitment which spans a further three seasons."
Andrew Stevens, CNet Training CEO stated: "CNet Training are thrilled to continue our sponsorship of the U23 squad for another three years. Last season in particular was a fantastic achievement by the team and now with the new ownership and with all the excitement that brings, we look forward to supporting and working with them again in the future."
CNet is the largest technical education provider in the world dedicated to the digital infrastructure industry, comprising the network cable infrastructure and the data centre sectors. From essential fibre optic cable installation, wireless, internet connectivity through to intelligent buildings, network design and designing and managing data centres, CNet is the only industry dedicated education provider to award both internationally recognised qualifications and professional certifications.