How Sport Sister is evolving and how these changes can help you.

Written by Natalie Doyle

June 6, 2024

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Sport Sister is nearly 3 years old and as with most businesses, we are growing and evolving all the time. I thought I’d use this week’s blog post to talk about how things are changing, some of our future plans, and how this can help you achieve your ambitions.

Sport Sister has always been built on providing expert consultancy to organisations wishing to engage more women and girls in sport, supported by tips and advice for clubs, volunteers and individuals involved in female sport. This continues to be our key focus. We currently provide a huge amount of free content through social media, the Sport Sister Podcast and our weekly blog posts, and one of our key focuses is to grow this content and expand our reach on social media.

Many of you would have seen that we’re also now adding to the support we offer by launching an online course, taking you through how to engage more women and girls in sport. In the future I see us adding more courses, training opportunities and resources as part of the ‘product’ side of the business.

As a Kent based business, I’m also keen that we build links with the Kent sporting community to help have an impact in our local area. We’ve got big plans in this area. More on that coming soon so sign up to our newsletter if you want to hear more!

Plus we’re still working on consultancy projects providing project management, research and training services to organisations that need some extra expertise or an additional pair of hands. It is a hugely exciting time to be involved in women’s and girls’ sport and more clubs and individuals are wanting to get involved all the time. We’re keen to utilise our experience and expertise to provide support and advice to those people, and help make sport more accessible to any women and girls that want to take part. We’re also always open to new ways that we can provide support so if you have any ideas or any area you’re struggling with, then please get in touch. If you need help with something, it’s likely that others do to, and we want to help.

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