Irish Sport Industry Awards Return with Clubforce
The Federation of Irish Sport has today announced Clubforce as the title sponsor for the return of the Irish Sport Industry Awards, following a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic. The awards ceremony will be held on Tuesday 17th May in The Westin Hotel’s historic Banking Hall.
Olivia O’Toole Inducted Into The Her Sport Hall of Fame sponsored by Clubforce, presented by Ian Morris
OliviaOToole has been introduced as the 1st Her Sport Hall of Fame recipient sponsored by Clubforce. Watch the exclusive interview with Olivia O'Toole as she received #HerSportAwards with #HerSport.
Warren Healy, príomhfheidhmeannach an chomhlachta Clubforce
Tá athruithe go leor tagthaí ar na háiseanna atá ar fáil do chlubanna agus do chumainn le blianta beaga anuas agus ardán idirlín amháin anois ag cabhrú le hos cionn 2,000 club ar fud na tíre, sin Clubforce. Labhrann Warren faoi na forbairtí móra atá i gceist acu a thógáil agus iad ag breathnú ar mhargaí idirnáisiúnta.
Noel Murray CEO Appointment Positions Clubforce For International Growth
Warren Healy, founder of Clubforce, the market leader in sports club automation, has appointed a new leader and CEO at his company. The new CEO is Noel Murray, former Managing Director of Sales Operations, Asia Pacific, China, India & Japan at Microsoft and current Chairman of the Board at Clubforce.
Galway company picks its team for major international expansion
A Galway enterprise that started out as a pet project to establish a fundraising tool for Irish Diaspora to send money to their GAA clubs back home is now primed for a major step forward in its international development.
Clubforce positions itself for global growth with new CEO
Galway sports automation player Clubforce appoints former Microsoft AsiaPac leader as its new CEO to drive its international expansion. Warren Healy, founder of Clubforce, a market leader in sports club automation, has appointed a new leader and CEO at his company.
New Clubforce chief executive has strong Mayo roots
The new chief executive of Clubforce, the market leader in sports club automation, has strong Mayo roots. The new CEO is Noel Murray, formerly of Microsoft and current chairman of the board at Clubforce. Noel hails from Birmingham but has a family heritage rooted in Achill, and is married and settled in Dublin.
From Microsoft to Clubforce, Murray is New CEO
Noel Murray has this morning been appointed as the new CEO of Galway based Clubforce. Company Founder Warren Healy, who established the business originally known as MyClubFinancesin 2009 in Carna, Connemara, will now assume the role of Chief Product Officer.
Clubforce appoints Murray as new CEO
Sports club automation company Clubforce has appointed Noel Murray as its new chief executive. Noel Murray is a former Managing Director of Sales Operations, Asia Pacific, China, India and Japan at Microsoft and is the current chairman of the Clubforce board.