Bulldogs Partner-Up with WatsonDesign

Bury St. Edmunds Basketball Club are delighted to announce a two year partnership with WatsonDesign.


WatsonDesign is the base for freelance designer Neil Watson. Neil is a creative graphic, UI and web designer based in Ely, offering bespoke website design, brand identity and print collateral, as well as identities and print design; such as packaging design, marketing collateral, video editing and animation design.


In his career to-date, Neil has worked and collaborated with the likes of XBox, Playstation, Nintendo, Konami, Bethesda, Wembley National Stadium Trust, Lilly, Pfizer and Public Health England, and many more.


Speaking on the partnership, Head Coach Arron MacDonald had this to say:

"I've known Neil for a long time, and he has a well-deserved reputation for his knowledge and ability when it comes to design and branding. I was delighted when Neil approached us with some ideas to help promote the club even more effectively, and really look forward to working with him as I believe he will help us to continue to significantly grow the club."


"Having known and played basketball with Arron for many years, I understand what his vision and aspirations are for the club" said Neil Watson, "I believe that through this partnership we can not only help to grow the club, but also help to build and update the Bulldogs brand."


WatsonDesign will assist the club with the design of promotional materials and branding through the initial two-year partnership.


Please join us in welcoming WatsonDesign to the Bulldogs Family, and if you know of any other organisations who'd like to support the work we do, please visit our sponsorship page, or get in touch.



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