The season opener of the LIQUI MOLY German Handball League sees the Rhein-Neckar metropolitan region immediately enjoying a local derby between the Eulen Ludwigshafen and the Rhein-Neckar Löwen (Lions). Philipp Ahouansou, who made the leap out of the junior players department and recently signed his first professional contract in Mannheim, is one of the extended professional team of the Lions.
ProNES will support this talent, who is at the beginning of his professional career, within the scope of sponsoring. The aim is to ensure that Philipp continues to cause a furore for the Lions, while at the same time laying the foundation for his subsequent professional success at an early stage in his sports career.
The promotion of young talent in the sporting field fits perfectly into ProNES’ other commitment in the fields of (advanced) education and sport: promotion of young technical talent through internships, training and dual studies as well as sports promotion (e.g. pole vault meeting, athletics at ASV Landau, jerseys for the Bellheim soccer youth team).
Why a handball player of the Lions? There are many good reasons for the “cooperation”: These include, of course, the fact that at ProNES not only the managing director Jochen Weber is a sworn fan of the Lions, but that this has now spread to other employees.
In addition, the Lions – like ProNES – are writing their national and international success story from the Rhine-Neckar metropolitan region. And the Lions’ motto could also be one to one above ProNES’ commitment to automation and digitalisation: #1Team1Objective – and this objective means harmonious interaction between highly motivated team members in order to always be able to deliver optimal performance.
We are looking forward to many exciting games of the Lions, in which Philipp Ahouansou will hopefully prove which fruits a targeted promotion of talent can bear. And we will be happy to cheer on the Lions together with you. Further offers and possibilities will be announced here shortly.
Under the following link you find more information on the Rhein-Neckar Löwen (in German):