If you are interested in finding out more about how we can help and support your Sports club become
vibrant, visible and viable , please call us on 01423 326660 or simply email us
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Sports Marketing Network is the organisation for people passionate about making sport and active leisure vibrant, visible and viable.
SMN engages with a large, active and diverse number of people working and volunteering across sport and active leisure keen to improve their working practices. Professional sports clubs, leisure trusts, private gym and studios, governing bodies, local authorities, community sports clubs, county sports partnerships, social enterprises, school sports partnerships...they are all represented.
SMN provides information and advice on how to make your club or facility more viable, vibrant and visible sharing best practice across all sports. We publish newsletters, organises seminars and help sports clubs and leisure centres with their commercial, communication and community activities
Our services include:
Marketing, Customer Service and Change Consultancy - Grow Your Sports Club Workshops - Key note speaches - Marketing and Customer Service Training for Leisure Centres and Sports Development - Opportunity Audits - Business Savy Sports Development - Grow Sport E-newsletters and Resource Packs
"Fantastic evening and I have taken many ideas back to grow City of Armagh Rugby Club"
“A straight forward, hands-on positive approach is the hallmark of SMN”
Sports Council Wales
“The clubs felt the seminar was both informative and very worthwhile attending and commented on the vast range of useful examples that you use which they can take back to their clubs. Thank you once again and I am sure we will be keen to use your expertise in the future,”
Team Beds & Luton
Such as Sports bodies, National Governing Bodies, Universities and Local authorities
More than 2800+ people from all across all sports and active leisure attend SMN's workshops
SMN has advised, consulted and trained a number of clubs, organisations and public bodies: