Mattioli Woods is the proud sponsor of some great businesses, individuals and events that enhance the lives and livelihoods of not only our team, but also our clients and the communities we serve.
Since 2016, we have been proud sponsors of rugby giants, Leicester Tigers. Having proved a successful partnership, 2020 saw us strengthening our support for the club with a new five-year deal that included the stadium being rebranded to Mattioli Woods Welford Road.
We are honoured to sponsor Team GB wheelchair racer and World Champion, Sammi Kinghorn. Having backed the young athlete’s career from the very beginning, we are proud at all she has achieved so far and are excited for what the future holds.
We have been a proud long-standing sponsor of British GT Champion, Graham Davidson for many years, supporting every turn and triumph of the racing driver’s phenomenal career.
Our long-term sponsorship of the bi-annual Lavenham Literary Festival, in both physical and virtual forms, is just one example of our commitment to supporting our communities as well as its individuals’ careers and futures.
Our partnership with AAT allows us to work with members to enhance and support their existing client relationships through on-going technical support on new and existing legislation.
Family Business United (FBU) describes itself as ‘an unparalleled rallying point and voice for the global family business community and an invaluable source of insight into the sector.’
Like FBU, Mattioli Woods understand the importance of family firms and is proud to support FBU in their work to better represent such a diverse and significant range of businesses across the UK.
Mattioli Woods is well known for its work in sport, especially in rugby union through the ongoing sponsorship of the Leicester Tigers, so when the opportunity to work across rugby league as well and support the amazing charity Rugby League Cares, superbly led by Chris Rostron, it was an opportunity we were privileged to accept.
Alzheimer's Research UK is hosting Lab Notes - a brand-new series of free, online public events running every fortnight until autumn.
Lab Notes highlights the great work the ARUK is doing in the fight against Alzheimer's and feature scientists from across the Research Network, sharing any discoveries as well as the progress they are making.