Date: November 06, 2013

Fujitsu ventures into women’s golf

Fujitsu General (Aust) Pty Limited has come on board as the co-title sponsor of the Women’s NSW Open on the ALPG Tour. The tournament, which will be known in 2014 as the Bing Lee Fujitsu Women’s NSW Open will once again be played at the home of the Women&aposs NSW Open, Oatlands Golf Club in Sydney. Philip Perham, Deputy Managing Director expressed the company s excitement about being part of women’s professional golf for the first time. We re excited to be joining with Bing Lee, a long and valued partner of Fujitsu, in support women’s golf here in NSW. Air conditioning and summer go hand in glove and from this perspective the timing of this event couldn’t be better for our company . Fujitsu General has a long history of charitable and sporting sponsorships in Australia, but importantly this sponsorship is our first direct involvement with women’s sport. We re excited to be onboard and with the opportunities this association presents our brand. ALPG s Executive Officer, Karen Lunn, said of the announcement. The ALPG is absolutely delighted to welcome Fujitsu on board as co-title sponsor of the 2014 Bing Lee Fujitsu Women’s NSW Open. This event has firmly established itself as NSW&aposs premier women&aposs professional golf tournament and having Fujitsu on board, a company that is renowned for its advanced technology and leading edge design and is trusted by thousands of Australians will only add to the credibility and future success of the event. We look forward to the 2014 Fujitsu-Bing Lee NSW Women&aposs Open being the best yet! The tournament is being played from the 24 to 26 January and once again another high calibre field, including the likes of England s Laura Davies and Melissa Reid, Australian Lindsey Wright, Swede Caroline Hedwall is expected.