Renova is currently in a restructuring process that will see the Italian brand move its headquarters from Milan to London, with the London-based team and marketing arm relocating to London in 2019.
Renova CEO Mario Marzullo says the company has already made significant investments in the UK, but there is also an investment in its brand and its relationships in the world of cycling.
“Renova is very happy to have a strong European base and this will make it even more accessible for our fans,” Marzulow told ESPN.
“We have invested heavily in our brand and the relationship with the fans, and we are happy that we will have a place to build in the future.”
We are very excited about this new opportunity, and it is a great day for all of us.
“As an Italian brand, we are a part of the world’s biggest sporting competition.
We have the world-class infrastructure in London, and with our world-renowned facilities, we have a very good chance of continuing to deliver for our brand in the long term.”
The new investment will enable us to bring new products and services to our customers and provide a stronger platform for our future success.
We are proud of our work with our team, and our fans will have no less of a choice for their next season.
“Renova announced last week it would be relocating its headquarters in Milan and is now focusing on a major revamp that will involve the brand’s headquarters in London and the creation of a new cycling team.
It has been a challenging time for the company, which was forced to withdraw its 2017 sponsorship deal with Giant after a number of high-profile riders and coaches quit the sport.
However, the move was met with a great deal of support from fans and the media.”
I’m absolutely thrilled that we are moving forward with the project and I think we will be able to build a strong team to take the brand forward,” MarZullo said.”
With the team we will take our new brand to new heights, with a strong infrastructure and new technology.
I can’t wait to get to work and see what we can do.
“Marzullow is confident the new deal will benefit both the brand and riders.”
The riders are going to benefit from the new technology and the fans will benefit from a strong environment. “
The new team is going to help us with a lot of things.
The riders are going to benefit from the new technology and the fans will benefit from a strong environment.
“I can’t imagine a better environment for the sport in the next 10 years than London.””
Renua also announced a partnership with Sky Sports to broadcast the UCI WorldTour from 2019, with MarzULLO also looking forward to the opportunity to help the sport thrive in the Sky Sports brand.””
I can’t imagine a better environment for the sport in the next 10 years than London.”
Renua also announced a partnership with Sky Sports to broadcast the UCI WorldTour from 2019, with MarzULLO also looking forward to the opportunity to help the sport thrive in the Sky Sports brand.
“A great sport can only exist when it has an environment that is open and transparent,” Marzzullo added.
“That’s what Sky Sports has done for the last 20 years, so I am very happy for the new relationship with Sky.”
Renica is one of the three teams to have already confirmed their return to cycling, with BMC Racing Team taking the title and the UC I category-one champion Astana securing a podium in the race.