Long-time partner continues with our team.
Fresh from seeing Rémi Cavagna win stage one of Okolo Slovenska, Soudal Quick-Step have double cause to celebrate having reached a new two-year agreement with Slovakia based private investment company Janom, who will continue to support our team until the end of 2025. This will take Janom’s fantastic partnership with our squad to 14 years, having originally joined us in 2012.
Janom is a private equity investor focused on development and investments in renewable energy sources and innovative ventures. Since their founding in 2008, they have built up renewable energy generation sites in Slovakia, the Czech Republic and Finland. They own and/or operate the projects they have built and have unique experience with the whole value chain of creating and operating these assets. As proponents of clean energy, they have also been great supporters of our #ItStartsWithUs campaign.
Speaking of the agreement, Janom owner and Executive Manager Ján Miškovský said: “In our company JANOM a.s, we consider the cooperation with Soudal Quick-Step part of our business life and a strong friendship. After 13 years of marketing experience, we can name precisely what this cooperation has brought us in our international business orientation. I want to confirm that values such as reputation, goodwill, trust, reliability and quality are values that we share, which is why we continue to work with Patrick and his team. Even more significant successes await us than before, and together, we will develop our ideas and experience in cycling through our business model.”
In line with Mr Miškovský’s thoughts, Soudal Quick-Step CEO Patrick Lefevere said: “We are very happy to come to an agreement to continue with Janom. They have been a loyal supporter of our team for 13 years and as well as bring investment into what we do, we hold many shared values, such as caring for the environment that we both live and race in. We look forward to being able to share ideas within our partnership on how to invest in our futures, as well as being innovative and successful for the next couple of years.”
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