Squash New Zealand would like to create a stronger community through the sharing of information in Case Studies from successful Squash Clubs around the country. The Case Studies are designed to celebrate innovate thinking and success in clubs and communities around New Zealand.
They are also a key way that clubs, communities and regional sports trusts can learn from each other through effective practice and relevant findings for all squash clubs.
The Case Studies are based on the 10 categories of: Membership Recruitment, Membership Retention, Participation Programmes and Events, Junior Environment, Female Environment, Family Environment, People Management, Communications and Technology and Funding and Sponsorships.
To participate in the Case Studies Competition and share your club's success stories: CLICK HERE
In 2012 a group of MBA students at Otago University completed a case study of Squash New Zealand entitled 'Increasing the Influence and Relevance of Squash NZ'. The report can be accessed here: MBA Report 2012 Otago Uni (3.0Mb).