The company joins other blue chip organisations such as Air New Zealand, New Zealand Red Cross and Hertz in supporting a highly successful team which includes elite athletes such as Eliza McCartney, Dame Val Adams, Nick Willis, Tom Walsh, Liam Malone and Anna Grimaldi.
Athletics New Zealand boasts a growing membership across the country, with close to 200 affiliated clubs.
Aon is an established supporter of sport in New Zealand, having made significant investments in rugby (the Chiefs), yachting, rowing and major events in secondary schools' sport.
As part of the sponsorship package, the company will also highlight the role of volunteers, providing apparel for them in recognition of their invaluable contribution to the sport.
In addition, Aon will offer insurance to members of athletics clubs across New Zealand, providing money-saving cover tailored to their members' needs.
29th July, 2016/New Zealand
New government company to sponsor eradication of predators
The New Zealand Government has announced the adoption of the Predator Free New Zealand 2050 target and plans to set up a new public-private partnership company by the beginning of 2017 to help fund regional large-scale predator eradication programmes.
Under the strategy, the new government company, Predator Free New Zealand Limited, will sponsor community partnerships and pest eradication efforts around the country.
9th July, 2016/New Zealand
Visa partners with Paralympics New Zealand
Worldwide Paralympic Partner Visa has been announced as a Supporting Partner of Paralympics New Zealand.
Following the announcement, Marty Kerr, Country Manager for Visa New Zealand & South Pacific, came forward to be officially welcomed as a Supporting Partner by Paralympics New Zealand Chief Executive, Fiona Allan.