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By GreaterSport | 06 April 2021 | TAGS:

Sport England is embarking on a project to help clubs and other frontline sports and physical activity groups understand and use digital marketing better. The project aims to help organisations recovering from Covid-19 re-engage their participants and bring in new ones, therefore boosting income, activity levels and community engagement. It will include developing skills to use local knowledge to help shape marketing plans and effectively engage with target audiences.

To help shape this project Sport England wants to know more about how important digital marketing is for your club or group, how you currently use it, how confident you are and how you would like to take part in training and support events/sessions.

If you are interested in helping shape this exciting opportunity, please complete the short survey here. It should only take you 5-10 minutes at the most. The survey does not request personal data of any participant. It will ask about digital marketing and how it works for you. To read our privacy policy for more information please click here. The survey will close on 11th April.

The project aims to launch in Summer 2021 so there will be more information to follow as to how you can take part.

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