Galway-based sports software company to create 20 jobs following €2.5m investment
Clubforce, a sports software company, is to double its workforce following a €2.5m investment in the business. The increased workforce of 40 members of staff will be spread between its Galway and UK offices and will allow Clubforce to accelerate delivery of its products, according to a statement from the company.
Former Meath player Colm Ó Méalóid joins Clubforce
Clubforce® are pleased to announce that former Meath intercounty hurler Colm O'Mealoid has joined the company as a business development executive with responsibility for developing and maintaining relationships with GAA clubs and other sports clubs in the Leinster region.
Clubforce Signs Data Deal with Irish Sport
Clubforce has signed a new three year deal to become the official data partner of the Federation of Irish Sport. Clubforce, which is already used by a large number of FAI and GAA clubs across the country offers a management platform that allows club volunteers to efficiently manage all aspects of their club.
Galway company Clubforce helping to bail sporting clubs out of financial trouble
SPORTS clubs across the country, and beyond, are turning to a Galway company to save them from financial ruin during the current Covid-19 global pandemic. According to Galway City native and Chief Marketing Officer, Paul Madden, the Covid-19 pandemic and restrictions on gatherings and movement is already changing the way the clubs and members do business.
Shelbourne Boss Morris Joins Clubforce
Shelbourne FC manager Ian Morris has joined Clubforce as a business development consultant with responsibility for fostering relationships with football clubs in Ireland and the UK. He will also work with the Clubforce team on areas of how to improve the ways in which the membership and club services provider serves club volunteers.
Clubforce to host webinar on ‘Fundraising in a Virtual World’
Connacht Rugby partners, Clubforce, are hosting a Webinar on Wednesday 10th June on the topic of ‘Fundraising in a Virtual World’, something that has become very relevant over the last few months. Clubforce would like to share a wealth of experience and support in this area with all Connacht Clubs. We encourage a member of your club to attend online to gain some invaluable knowledge for future fundraising.
GAA ‘leading from front’ on WhatsApp
The GAA are “on the money” in advising clubs against using WhatsApp for official purposes, according to Clubforce Chief Marketing Officer Paul Madden.
Connacht Rugby announces three-year sponsorship to encourage more young girls to play rugby
Connacht Rugby has announced a three-year plan to encourage young girls to play rugby. Sponsored by Clubforce, the scheme will see Connacht Rugby work with schools and clubs to improve participation and to grow the women’s game in the West of Irelan