Marsh invests in Club Support webinar series…
12th February 2021, 15:18p.m. | National
Supported by our insurers Marsh, we are proud to launch our range of upcoming 'Club Support Webinars' as part of the '2021 Gymnastics Ireland Webinar Series'. These online events are specifically designed to support developing the operational capacity & efficiency of our clubs, most of which now operate as Small to Medium Enterprises (SMEs). The webinars will be led by key industry professionals plus GI staff/officials and will include...
- Club Governance
- Health and Safety Guidance
- Digital Marketing and Communications
- Wellness and Wellbeing
- Financial Planning for Clubs
- Human Resources/Employment
- Safeguarding and Member Welfare
Commenting on the news Ciaran Whelan, Head of Enterprise & Education from Marsh said:
“Marsh Ireland Brokers Ltd. are delighted to work with our partners Gymnastics Ireland during these difficult times in supporting this series of club support webinars as they begin to plan for their return to normal activity and look to their future development.”
Gymnastics Ireland CEO Ciaran Gallagher added:
“I have to thank Marsh for supporting the 'Club Support' strand of the 2021 Gymnastics Ireland Webinar Series. In addition to supporting the technical development of our sport through our various programmes it is essential that we also ensure as growing businesses our clubs are best equipped to continue in their impressive growth trajectory post Covid19 restrictions. These webinars will cover key areas relevant to club operation/business development and will be led by some of the best experts from the sports sector in addition to key GI personnel.”
Gymnastics Ireland will provide each club 2 places for the webinars free of charge and, dependent on capacity may offer additional tickets for purchase on a first-come first-served basis.
More information about the first Club Support Webinar and how to sign up will be published next week.
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