Dont miss a excellent opportunity to network within the Rugby family. The 2012 "linkedin" Rugby Business Network Event at Lansdowne rugby club promises to be a interactive , entertaining and a thoroughly enjoyable experience. It will be the first time all attendees will be at the event so should you decide to attend on your own it wont be too long before you are introduced to people at your table and the networking and socialising will commence. Have the opportunity to meet and hear from Shane Byrne recalling his time as a Leinster Ireland and Lions player. Shane will also be joined by other very familiar faces from the rugby family which will make for a pleasant and memorable experience. We look forward to seeing you there.
We are delighted that Teamer have come on board as sponsor of the TRBN Dublin event.
Teamer is a social platform for sports teams with a vibrant rugby community of + 325,000 across Ireland, the UK, Australia and New Zealand. Teamer integrates the web, mobile and email, providing its members with a private digital space to organise events, post photographs, track attendance, share information and more..... Teamer is credited with saving team organizers significant time and expense over the course of their playing season.
Teamer is an Irish company with a total member-base of 1,500,000 and is on target to having 2,000,000 members across 7 geographies by the end of 2012.
Teamer is FREE to use and provides brands and sponsors such as Powerade, RBS, Sky Sports, Nike & Life Style Sports innovative digital and mobile reach to engage with active sports players, parents and rugby community influencers.
Here’s a testimonial from Bernard Jackman: “I’ve been using Teamer for over a year at club level. It’s a fantastic free service that makes the life of the volunteer organiser so much easier, saving a lot of time and money for both the organizers and the club.”
Our other sponsor for this event is Sport for Business. Sport for Business is a professional publishing and networking enterprise building stronger links and greater knowledge in the relationship between sport and business in Ireland.
It identifies trends and actions from around the world that can be adapted for Ireland and produces a daily news digest covering the commercial world of Irish sport that is distributed to all subscribers before 8am each morning.
It hosts a series of popular monthly round table events on areas of topical interest which have been attended recently by senior representatives of member organisations including Accenture, KPMG, Microsoft, Ulster Bank, UCD, and PwC from the world of business, by the GAA, Horse racing Ireland, Triathlon Ireland, Paralympics Ireland and the IRB from sport as well as representatives of the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport and the Irish Sports Council.