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Squash Club 'Good Practice' Case Studies

Squash New Zealand is leading a new initiative to celebrate innovative thinking and success in clubs through the sharing of information by way of Case Studies so that clubs can learn from each other through best practice. The initiative has been designed to better equip clubs with information to address the challenges of the current sporting environment.

The Case Studies are based on the 7 categories of:

  • Participation and Membership recruitment (innovative ways of increasing participation and membership).
  • Junior Environment (innovative ways of creating a great junior experience).
  • Female Environment (innovative ways of creating a female friendly environment).
  • Facilities Development (innovative ways that squash clubs have approached improving the squash experience through facility development).
  • People Management (innovative ways of managing and rewarding volunteers, coaches, referees and administrators).
  • Communications and Technology (innovative approaches to promoting and supporting squash).
  • Funding and Sponsorships (innovative ways of creating revenue - including outside of the traditional squash club operation).

To participate in the Case Studies Competition and share your club's success stories: CLICK HERE or download a submission form HERE (WORD)


    Case Studies

    The New Zealand squash case studies celebrate innovate thinking and success. It is hoped that other clubs and District Associations can learn and use the information to implement positive change within their own environments. If you are interested in learning more about a particular case study, contact Squash New Zealand or the club directly.

    Innovative ways of increasing participation and membership

     

    Innovative ways of creating a great junior experience

     

    Innovative ways of creating a female friendly environment

     

    Innovative ways that squash clubs have approached improving the squash experience through facility development

     

    Innovative ways of managing and rewarding volunteers, coaches, referees and administrators

     

    Innovative approaches to promoting and supporting squash

    Innovative ways of creating revenue - including outside of the traditional squash club operation

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