Amsterdam, 3 March 2022
As of 1 March 2022, Rutgers & Posch is the new partner of World Press Photo Foundation. As the new partner, Rutgers & Posch will provide World Press Photo with legal support for its activities in every possible way.
Joumana El Zein Khoury, Executive Director of World Press Photo Foundation: “World Press Photo is delighted to enter into a partnership with Rutgers & Posch for the next two years and to be able to call on their renowned and broad legal expertise. The boutique set-up and social involvement of Rutgers & Posch fits well with the structure and mission of our non-profit organisation.”
Inge de Laat, Managing Partner at Rutgers & Posch: “We are happy with the collaboration with World Press Photo Foundation. With its impactful exhibitions and the opportunities they offer to talent, the World Press Photo Foundation perfectly matches the three pillars we use in our sponsorship policy: investing in society, the next generation and art and culture.”
About Rutgers & Posch
The Amsterdam law firm Rutgers & Posch focuses on corporate law with a strong focus on corporate M&A, finance, capital markets, litigation, employment & benefits as well as restructuring & insolvency. Rutgers & Posch is characterised by the combination of Big Law expertise and a boutique set-up, thus bringing together the best of both worlds – for clients and lawyers alike.
About World Press Photo
World Press Photo is a global platform that connects photojournalists, documentary photographers and the global public through reliably inspiring visual stories. It was founded in 1955 when a group of Dutch photographers organized a contest (“World Press Photo”) to bring their work to an international audience. Since then, their mission has expanded. The World Press Photo Contest has grown to become the most prestigious in the world, rewarding the best work in photojournalism and documentary photography from around the globe. Through a worldwide exhibition programme, World Press Photo presents the stories that matter to millions of people.
The World Press Photo Foundation is an independent non-profit organisation based in Amsterdam. World Press Photo appreciates the support of strategic partners; the Nationale Postcode Loterij and PwC.
For more information see www.worldpressphoto.org or follow World Press Photo on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube.