Headline Sponsor of Nottingham Post Sports Awards announced as The Alternative Adviser

Headline Sponsors

The alternative adviser
Submitted by beth on Wed, 10/30/2019 - 14:15

The Alternative Adviser, a financial adviser who pride themselves on providing the truth about money, has come forward as the Headline Sponsor of the upcoming Nottingham Post Sports Awards.


Operating from their offices on Melton Road, Nottingham, the business will be proudly attending the event as it makes its return to the East Midlands Conference Centre on Thursday 31 October.


This is the first time the advisers, who provide a financial strategy, align financial choices with goals, simplify lives and instils confidence to give financial peace of mind to customers, has headlined an event of this kind.  


Those aware of the annual awards will know it is an evening centred around localised sporting achievements as well as highlighting the Nottinghamshire-born athletes who are enjoying success at the highest level.


Anthony Clark is the Managing Partner at The Alternative Adviser and explained more about their headline sponsorship.


“To excel in anything in life, particularly sport, is remarkably challenging. Endeavouring to be the best requires ultimate commitment,” he said.

“Therefore, we are pleased to be celebrating personal achievement in this way.  

“Much like business, great success cannot be achieved without vital help and support from others along the way.”

Nottingham has a rich heritage when it comes to sport and this event ensures the spirit is kept alive in the city. Mr Clark added to this by highlighting what he believes makes the region so special.

“Sport has a very important role in the community, providing safe and engaging ways to involve young and old alike,” he said.

“We also know that a healthy sporting community leads to healthier lifestyles and improved mental wellbeing.”

The Alternative Adviser will be among hundreds of guests on the night as people from across the region join together to praise the positive movements made by the Nottinghamshire sportspeople.