What is Business in Sport?
Business in Sport is a membership organisation designed to help business leaders support their communities and each other through the medium of sport.
Through clearly defined member benefits allied with our commitment to the sporting community, we provide our members with opportunities to make new contacts whilst sharing a collective passion for sport.
What do we do?
As a business partnering organisation that brings together business leaders with a passion for sport, we run regular events with a focus on sport including informative presentations, knowledge management seminars and participation events.
Our events will be specifically designed to educate and encourage growth, for both the business and local sporting community.
Why should you join Business in Sport?
Joining Business In Sport will provide you with the opportunity to become part of a national membership organisation for directors and senior leaders, who have a passion for sport. We will not only introduce you to sporting greats, but provide a platform on which you can have an influence on issues affecting your business and sporting community. Business In Sport is a catalyst for your business interests whilst raising funds for sports and playing a key role in your corporate social responsibility programmes.
Community sport is at the forefront of Business In Sport’s drive to bring business and sport closer together. Whilst many people participate in sport at some level during their spare time, it isn’t every community club or aspiring performer that has the business know-how to succeed.
We here at Business In Sport understand the importance of supporting our community clubs and sporting individuals.
Our aim is to assist in the development of quality opportunities for local communities to enjoy sport at every level.
Business In Sport believes passionately about supporting grass-roots sports and sports charities. A percentage of all membership fees will be donated annually to to sports projects.
Without such support, many local clubs would not be able to continue or meet their objectives, aspiring Olympic champions would not be able to access the facilities they need and local sporting opportunities are either reduced or limited.