Team BRIT makes pit stop at new office of sponsor, Pearlfinders

Team BRIT has paid a special visit to the brand new offices of one of it's sponsors.


Leading industry insight provider, Pearlfinders, marked its move to its new base on Borough High Street with a visit from the team yesterday, Thursday 13th July.

Pearlfinders provides over 600 of the world's best companies with a platform of insight, news, data and social media to allow sales and marketing professionals to generate revenue from prospects.

The company is a supporter of the team and enjoyed a special visit to mark the launch of the new office. The team took along their specially adapted Fun Cup car and Pearlfinders staff heard an update on the team and its journey, whilst also hearing more about the benefits the partnership brings to the team.

The team has just returned from Belgium where it successfully completed the 25-hour endurance race held at Spa Francorchamps.  The team of rookies completed the challenging event, known as the ‘Longest Race in the World’, achieving another important milestone on their road to Le Mans.

Pearlfinders MD Anthony Cooper said “It’s been fantastic to welcome Team BRIT to Borough High Street to celebrate our new office and their latest achievements on the track.

“Every aspect of our new space has been designed to inspire and motivate our people to do amazing things, and hearing the drivers’ incredible stories is the perfect way to mark our first week here.

“We first connected with Team BRIT in 2015 and have been extremely proud to play our part in their success ever since.”

Team Brit Founder Dave Player said, “It was great to meet the Pearlfinders team and to mark the opening of their new office base.

“We are not a charity, we’re a competitive racing team, so we depend on support from corporate sponsors. The information Pearlfinders gives us access to is invaluable in helping us make informed approaches to organisations we could build effective partnerships with.

“We offer something really different to our sponsors; we’re trying to make history on the race track, but we also want to normalise disability and inspire anyone facing any kind of physical or mental challenge that anything is possible.”

Further information on Pearlfinders is available at www.pearlfinders.com.