Here at ClubSpot we are not just a premium club management software team, we are also sports enthusiasts of the highest order! And because we love sport we will be regularly posting sports related blogs from some of Ireland's top sports people.
Social media has become an integral part of our lives, with millions of people using various platforms to connect with friends and family, share updates, and stay informed. It has also emerged as an essential tool for fundraising, especially for clubs. Social media allows clubs to engage with a larger audience and raise funds in creative ways. If you're looking to tap into the power of social media for your club fundraising, here are six effective strategies that can help you
Tipperary legend Shane McGrath ended a marvellous inter-county career in 2015. He helped end a 9 year drought of All-Ireland success for the Premier county in 2010, picking up 5 Munster medals and 2 All-Stars in the process. The Ballinahinch native now wants to share his craft and experience on to the next batch of stars. After corresponding with Shane, a theme that runs throughout is that the club holds a very special place in his heart and that helping those around him is v
Club fundraising has been revolutionised, thanks to ClubSpot. Our easy-to-use fundraising platform has automated a number of elements of the time-consuming fundraising process, making it your always-working fundraiser salesperson. Check out just some of the features your club could benefit from: Purchase fundraiser tickets at anytime Purchasing fundraiser tickets has never been easier, thanks to ClubSpot. Using your custom mobile app, users can purchase tickets in a matter of
To celebrate the strength and wisdom of women, we have compiled some of the best quotes from inspiring women we've had the privilege of collaborating with. From industry experts to some of Ireland's best sports stars, this post is not to be missed! ClubSpotting with Lorraine Bray "I remember my mother was on the road 24/7 anyway up and down to the pitch, she’d a path worn! There were several times I was left wandering outside the pitch waiting for a lift, as the farm jobs at