Shutterstock is known to most of us as one of the world’s foremost purveyors of stock media.
But it is also an official partner for the Sport Industry Awards and the official sponsor of the Creative Content Award.
According to the official release from Sport Industry Group, the award will specifically focus on the new, “evolving and exciting multimedia work of the industry.”
Shutterstock will also sponsor a Sport Industry NextGen program that gives participants networking opportunities as well as formal instruction in how to use the company’s many services.
VP Editorial at Shutterstock, Candice Murray, said of the partnership, “Sports are a key area of focus at Shutterstock, and we are delighted to be working with Sport Industry Group as we increase our presence in this vertical across international markets.”
Sports photography is not only one of the most important markets for Shutterstock, but it is also one of the most dynamic in the industry.
“We are proud to support the UK sport sector, bringing our blend of photographic excellence, expertise, creativity, and global reach to the industry,” Murray added.
Sport Industry Group Managing Director Alex Coulson said of the partnership: “Shutterstock is an unquestionable leader within the creative and editorial content space and has demonstrated their desire to be a real mainstay of the sport sector with this multi-year partnership. It’s been brilliant working with the Shutterstock team so far, and I know they will add real value to our community. Through this wide-reaching partnership, they’ll be bringing their expertise to the Awards to ensure we capture every emotion and angle on the night, while their leadership and guidance across our Sport Industry NextGen programme will be second to none.”
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