Thanks to our sponsors and partners, it costs our users nothing to access Running Rugby on-line or to receive weekly email bulletins.
Ours is a quality proposition where we can convey our partners' messages - through advertsing, sales promotion, sponsorship, email bulletins and expert editorial - to the key decison makers in rugby league and union.
The sponsor also benefits by underlining their support of the people engaged in administrative, commercial and performance sides of rugby through a dedicated information source.
The Running Rugby brand has strong links with rugby business after the production of 30 quality magazines of the same name over the last decade.
As of July 1st 2013 we have over 2,500 registered users and over 4,000 unique visits to the site each month. We send a weekly email bulletin to our database of rugby business contacts.
We are working towards a target of core users of 10,000. We intend to uphold the quality of our registered users rather than concentrate on traffic volume. Hence, we look for sponsors and commercial partners who are interested in the quality and niche scope of our readership, rather than looking to advertise on a wide scale.
As we focus on issues from management and governance of the elite end of the game, we have a high proportion of people working at this level following our activity.
We are happy to accept registration from interested parties in other sports and from outside our geographical remit, but we will ensure to account for these visitors separately from the core.
Our subscibers can be categorised into their areas of particular interest and can be reached by category or as a general group.
Please call Dave Williams on 01344 627418 for more information on getting involved as a business partner of Running Rugby or if you have any good ideas that will improve our content/activities. Contact email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Leading the project to develop the new EIS Performance Management System (PDMS) under the sponsorship of the Director of Operations.
Coordinating the programme of multiple project work streams.
Establishing good working relationships with key members and leaders of the main EIS functional areas of Performance, Technical and Operational.
Eliciting business and user requirements of each functional area and communicating these to all project stakeholders.
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