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The notion that a community providers is indeed an enterprise which has to attract, serve and retain customers and make a surplus whilst fulfilling its sporting and community objectives is something that many clubs will need help to embrace. Sports providers must develop a sustainable income model – getting away from the panicky Dash for Cash often running around literally begging for money.
The key is to look at the whole operation and ambition of your organisation and then identify and implement projects which can help grow your income to match your requirements, including generating cash reserves for replacements and developments. Community sports providers must demonstrate the creativity and commercial awareness to ensure they are sustainable
Growing the income of community sport in the ‘new normal’ world Three webinars that can inspire and help your club, centre or group to generate the income you need to deliver your great workMost providers of community sport have seen a (big) fall in their income...
Sports Marketing Network and easyfundraising announce exciting partnershipCommunity sport clubs have been hard hit financially by the pandemic so Sports Marketing Network is pleased to announce a new partnership with fundraising website easyfundraising to enable clubs...
How an international badminton star is using social media and Mandarin to grow his reach (and his value to his sponsors)
Hits: 221This is the title of the workshop given by Campbell Roy, Scotland Manager, Sported at the Power of Sport conference. That takes place on 15th June 2016 at the Royal Society of Edinburgh and focuses on how Scotland’s community sports providers can benefit their communities and increase their impact. What makes community sports clubs […]