The sponsorship announcement was marked with Palace legend Clinton Morrison attending an eToro instagrammable pop-up event at Shoreditch Boxpark which will be running until 3rd August. This supports eToro’s latest campaign which aims to get people investing in the brands they love.
As part of the continued partnership with Palace, eToro will benefit from significant global exposure on the club’s digital platforms and advertising space within Selhurst Park.
The company has built a global community of more than eleven million registered users who share their investment strategies, with users being able to follow the approaches of those who have been the most successful. With eToro, investors can hold commodities, stocks, ETFs and cryptoassets, alongside thousands of other financial instruments all in one portfolio.
Barry Webber, Commercial Director of Crystal Palace, said: “We are pleased to continue the partnership with eToro as they are an innovative, global brand – and crucially, an organisation who invests in campaigns that deliver added value to our supporters through the publishing of insightful content, competitions and more.”
Iqbal V. Gandham, eToro UK Managing Director, said: “We’re delighted to be extending our partnership with Crystal Palace after a successful first year. As a global investment platform, we believe in long term relationships and so it’s great to be continuing our support of the club, and look forward to the season ahead.”
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