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Proludic out of the blocks

Two Nottingham-based businesses have received a boost thanks to the upcoming London Olympics.

Play equipment provider Proludic in West Bridgford and Colwick-based Park Logisitics have signed a distribution contract to help the former fulfil an expected 30 per cent increase in installations, worth an estimated £3m.

The anticipated growth, which has led to Proludic taking on six extra staff, comes as local authorities, housing associations and community groups across the UK seek to fulfil the Olympic legacy promised by Lord Coe when London won the games.

Proludic has developed a ‘Sports Legacy Zone‘ in partnership with Steve Backley and Roger Black.

The zones feature a range of equipment for children, teenagers and adults, which allow users to scan a QR code and download a virtual coaching video from the two Olympians.

Proludic managing director Michael Hoenigmann said: “It’s good to see the Olympic-effect giving a significant boost for businesses outside the capital.

“We’ve worked hard to create the right concept to meet the legacy aims of the Olympic games and are busy working on tailoring the scheme to the specific needs of local communities across the UK.

“It’s also good to be able to partner with Park Logistics, another Nottingham business, on helping to meet this increased demand. It shows how investment prompted by the Olympics can trickle down through the economy.”

The special equipment will be in local parks from April, with up to 30 Sports Legacy Zones set to be built across the UK by the end of the year.

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