* Blues Ink One-year Partnership with Singapore based Engineering Services Firm
Bengaluru FC have signed a partnership with Singapore based global engineering services provider Quest Global, the club announced today. The one-year deal will bring together the best in sports and engineering expertise. With Quest Global coming on board as the Blues’ ‘Official Engineering Partner’. The partnership is based on the two organizations’ shared culture of aspiration, hunger, and humility.
“At Quest Global, our engineers embody our founder’s principles of aspiration, hunger, and humility. In the BFC Football Club, its players, and fans, we found a perfect cultural match for our global team of 17,500+ who work to solve the world’s hardest engineering problems. The passion of Bengaluru FC fans, the hunger for victory displayed by players, and the aspiration embodied by the team is mirrored in the culture of our company,” said Shelly Latimore, Head of Global Brand for Quest Global.
Renowned for its excellence in providing engineering services across diverse sectors, including digital, supply chain, software, and mechanical, Quest Global believes in going beyond engineering solutions, aspiring to build a brighter future. The company draws parallels with the fervor displayed by BFC players in every match, emphasizing their shared commitment to progress.
“We are thrilled to welcome Quest Global as our Official Engineering Partners. Their expertise in technology and engineering across various fields opens up a wide array of possibilities for Bengaluru Football Club and I’m looking forward to what this partnership holds in store for us,” said Blues’ Director of Football, Darren Caldeira.
In echoing the players' determination to win, Quest Global channels this same drive into their work, seeking excellence across the projects the company leads across the Healthcare, Rail, Aerospace and Defense industries, among others. This collective hunger for success fuels their innovative spirit, propelling them to overcome challenges and achieve business results. With a nod to the humility exemplified by the BFC team, Quest Global underscores the power of collaboration and diverse perspectives. The company collaborates closely with customers, recognizing that impactful solutions often emerge from collective efforts.
About Quest Global
Founded in 1997, Quest Global is one of the world’s leading engineering research and development (ER&D) services companies. Quest Global believes engineering has the unique opportunity to solve the problems of today that stand in the way of tomorrow. For more than 25 years, the Company has strived to be the most trusted partner for the world’s hardest engineering problems. As a global organization headquartered in Singapore, the team at Quest Global live and work in 17 countries, with 67 global delivery centers and offices, driven by 17,500+ extraordinary employees who make the impossible possible every day. Quest Global delivers world-class end-to-end engineering solutions by leveraging deep industry knowledge and digital expertise. By bringing together technologies and industries, alongside the contributions of diverse individuals and their areas of expertise, Quest Global is able to solve problems better, faster. This multi-dimensional approach enables the team to solve the most critical and large-scale challenges across the aerospace & defense, automotive, energy, hi-tech, healthcare & medical devices, rail, and semiconductor industries.
About Bengaluru Football Club
Bengaluru Football Club (BFC) is one of the most popular and successful football clubs in India. The club was founded in 2013, and it has since won the Indian Super League (ISL) twice and the Federation Cup once. BFC has a large and passionate fan base, and it is known for its commitment to developing young Indian players. BFC is also a pioneer in the use of technology in Indian football, and it has been at the forefront of developing new ways to improve the fan experience. The Blues are also the first and only Indian club to play in the final of an AFC tournament, representing India in the final of the 2016 AFC Cup.