The SWVA has a number of sponsors and business partners, these are listed at the bottom of the page. If your club does not, the following VE item below may be of interest to you…
Building the commerciality of volleyball is on the agenda as Volleyball England looks to develop income which can be reinvested back into the game. As a vibrant and dynamic sport, there is also no doubt volleyball has many values that brands would want to share and promote.
In the first piece in our ‘Business of Sport’ series, we looked at the plans to increase revenue through commercial partnerships and the Volleyball England events which have been identified as the most attractive to potential sponsors.
As we delve deeper into the discussion on the commerciality of volleyball, we take a look at how your volleyball club can generate vital funds from its own commercial deals.
For a club based in the small village of Frinton-on-Sea, Tendring Volleyball Club are a shining light of how to raise money through sponsorship and partnerships. Incredibly, the club has seven sponsors, three commercial partnerships, and fundraising support from various companies.
For the full articule, please see http://www.volleyballengland.org/news/article/5705/business-of-sport-how-to
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