Upcoming webinar Club/Community Sponsorship with Rob Harnett from Sport for Business
28th April 2021, 16:08pm | National
Join the upcoming webinar "Club/Community Sponsorship with Rob Harnett from Sport for Business" from Thursday 6th May at 6.30 - 7.30pm.
How to register
Gymnastics Ireland will provide each member club with 2 places for this webinar free of charge.To register please reply to the e-mail sent directly to your club secretary with the name of your 2 attendees.
- Date & Time: Thursday 6th May at 6.30 - 7.30pm
- Registration deadline: 5th May
About this webinar
On Thursday, May 6th , he will deliver a webinar that will explain the fundamentals behind effective sponsorship and what that looks like for gymnastics clubs across the island of Ireland.
He will give tips and hints on how to secure partnerships at a local level that could transform your ability to deliver the kind of service that you want.
Sponsorship is always on the agenda for clubs but is one of the hardest areas to get people involved in. Asking for money is never easy but when you learn how to phrase the question in the right way, it can become a winner for everyone.
Who is it for
These online events are specifically designed to support developing the operational capacity & efficiency of our clubs. Targeted at club managers/committee members, children’s officers & club promoters.
About the speaker
Rob Hartnett is the Founder of Sport for Business and is recognised as a respected commentator on the commercial world of Irish Sport.
Supported by our insurers Marsh, our range of upcoming 'Club Support Webinars' is 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.
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