SociaLiga unveils TRJ Limited as Partner
In line with their commitment to fostering dynamic and innovative business opportunities with like-minded organizations, entertainment company, SociaLiga has announced their strategic partnership with Lagos based Portfolio Management Company, TRJ Company Limited.
TRJ Company Limited is focused on identifying and enabling profitable ventures in Nigeria, while SociaLiga is a sports entertainment company aimed at bringing people together by creating an ambience where youths can network and enjoy fun activities.
This new development contains an agreement which will see TRJ Company Limited take on the role of Fairplay partner for ongoing and subsequent events hosted by SociaLiga.
The agreement was signed on Thursday afternoon after a productive meeting with representatives from both organizations.
In his remarks, Mr. Olaniyan Caxton-Martins, SociaLiga Managing Director, expressed optimism at the new partnership; stating that “The SociaLiga is proud to partner with TRJ Company Limited, a young and vibrant brand much like ours, with a focus to providing gainful returns on investment through safe and efficient portfolio management. Their role as a Fair Play Partner shows our joint commitment in ensuring that the right values are acknowledged in the community starting with the field of play. We strongly believe that by playing our little part, we can stimulate much needed positive change in our society.”
Speaking on behalf of T.R.J Company Limited was the MD/CEO Olutoye Remi John “TRJ is proud to announce its new partnership with SociaLiga as the official Fair Play Sponsor this Season. This collaboration will encourage fairness and promote great spirit of sportsmanship on and off the pitch.”
SociaLiga has held over 25 highly successful entertainment events in Lagos and is currently partnered with Pepsi, Alat, Jameson, Bet9ja, and Paga. Their next event tagged SociaLiga MD4, is scheduled to hold on the 11th of August at the Children International School, Lekki.
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