Super Series: Boroughmuir Bears extend partnership with Bellrock Technology

Scottish-headquartered AI and data specialists are the Official Technology Partner of the Super Series side

Bellrock Technology have extended their partnership with Boroughmuir Bears.

BOROUGHMUIR BEARS have announce an extension of their partnership with Bellrock Technology. The Scottish-headquartered AI and data specialists are the Official Technology Partner of the Super Series side, and their logo to continue to appearing on the Meggetland club’s shirts during the course of the FOSROC Super Series Championship and Sprint Series until May 2025.

“I am delighted that we have secured a new sponsorship agreement with Bellrock Technology,” said Rob Moffat, Boroughmuir Bears General Manager, of the renewal of a partnership which stretches back to 2021. “The company have been loyal supporters of Boroughmuir Bears for the last two seasons, and we greatly value their backing.”

Adam Brown, Chief Executive of Bellrock Technology, said: “At Bellrock Technology we are passionate about our rugby, and are proud to continue our relationship with the Bears. They are a wonderful club with a great history and tradition of playing fantastic attacking rugby. Not only that, they have deep roots in the community and work hard to grow the game at their youth academy. We are passionate about supporting next generations of talent and we look forward to watching them develop and grow as a fantastic team.”

  • Founded in 2012, Bellrock Technology works with firms of all sizes, stages and sectors to improve their performance using data. Its AI-backed, low-code/no-code product, Lumen®, lets firms gain insights in real-time that empower better, more profitable decisions.


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