SPONSORS AND PARTNERS
The Singapore Sharks Football Club would not be able to function as successfully as we do without the very generous support of our sponsors and partners. We are extremely grateful for their ongoing involvement and partnership.
If you would like to partner with the Sharks please contact us at email@example.com
More information is available at: http://www.visy.com.au/
Visy is a global leader in the packaging, paper and resource recovery industries, providing high quality, innovative and sustainable packaging products and solutions. We have been leading packaging innovation for over 60 years.
We offer unique, fully integrated, forward thinking closed loop packaging and recycling solutions that align with customer and industry needs. Our manufacturing and processing, technology, logistics and design are part of a streamlined system that ensures our packaging solutions are consistently among the best in the world.
More information is available at: http://www.michaelpage.com.sg/
Established in London in 1976, PageGroup is one of the largest and most highly respected recruitment companies in the world. PageGroup employs over 8000 professionals with over 1500 across 19 locations in Asia. PageGroup is listed in London and is a FTSE 250 company. LinkedIn has recognised PageGroup with the award of the world’s most socially engaged recruitment company. PageGroup established a presence in Singapore 22 years ago and currently employs over 200 people.
More information is available at: http://www.odinmortgage.com
Australian mortgages for expats and foreigners.
The leading mortgage brokers to Australian Expats & foreign nationals globally.
We are committed to giving you the best experience – whether you are interested in a new loan, wanting to refinance, or just researching.
Singapore Physio Elite Therapy Clinic
More information is available at: https://singaporephysio.com
Singapore Physio has a brand new facility in the Camden Medical Centre, next to Tanglin Mall. Their new facility is unique in Singapore, having the most highly experienced and professional physiotherapists combined with a range of rehabilitation equipment that is unique, not only in Singapore but also worldwide.
Singapore Physio is also part of a collection of the wider Asia Physio group, with clinics across Japan and Singapore. As of 2022, over 50% of Australian physiotherapists practising in Singapore are working at Singapore Physio. We have been operating in Asia since 2002, and our therapists in Singapore have an average of >15 years per therapist, the most experienced of any clinic in the country.
More information is available at: http://plonk.com.sg/
Established in January 2013, Plonk is a contemporary and very friendly neighbourhood restaurant and bar located at the heart of Singapore's charming Serangoon Gardens.
Offering fresh produce, fabulous food and laid-back Australian vibes, it’s the go-to local for friends and families from within “the ‘Goon Gardens” and beyond.
As for beverages, they serve an eclectic range of wines, international beers and spirits, Melbourne style coffees by Merchant Coffee Roasters, and world-class teas from Mad Hatter Tea Co..
More information is available at: https://butcherbox.com.sg
With a shared passion for quality foods and a partnership of experts in the industry including a Chef, a Seafood Specialist and a Butcher; We opened our first doors in February 2021 along Joo Chiat Road.
Butcher Box is the retail front of Orca Marketing Pte Ltd - importing premium meat and seafood in Singapore for over 10 years to some of the finest restaurants in town.
Here you can find a selection of sustainably sourced products from renowned farms and producers from Australia, New Zealand and USA.
Australian International School
More information is available at: http://www.ais.com.sg
The Australian International School is an International Baccalaureate (IB) Organisation World School based in Singapore. The school provides a challenging educational program for young people of all nationalities. Whilst the majority of students are from Australia and New Zealand, there are 49 nationalities represented at the school, reflecting the multicultural diversity of modern Australia.