Help for What Matters Rugby Club Roadshow to visit Limerick

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Help for What Matters Rugby Club Roadshow to visit Limerick

Grand Slam winners Joey Carbery and Sean Cronin were on hand to launch the event with Simon Faulkner, Ulster Bank and Rob Hartnett of SportforBusiness

Ulster Bank this week announced that the 'Help for What Matters Rugby Club Roadshow' in partnership with Sport for Business will visit Limerick on Monday, April 23 where the roadshow will take place in Young Munster RFC.

The event will have experts speaking about sponsorship, financial planning and management, your club in the community, grant application and fundraising, all integral tools to the successful running of a club.

The session runs from 6.30pm until 9.30pm.   Rugby Pundit Alan Quinlan will share his insights in a Q&A session with a focus on Ireland’s Grand Slam winning campaign and review  the final stages of the Ulster Bank League.  Attendance at the roadshows is free but registration is required for each. In order to register for the event of your choice please visit www.helpforwhatmatters.com.

Announcing the roadshow Carol McMahon, Head of Business Marketing and Sponsorship for Ulster Bank said, “As proud sponsor of the Ulster Bank League we are delighted to support events that bring clubs together and that’s exactly what the Help for What Matters Rugby Club Roadshow does. It provides an opportunity for clubs to discuss the challenges and opportunities they face around sponsorship and financial planning and it’s also a chance for collaborative learning and support.”

Rob Hartnett, Sport for Business founder added “With thanks to Ulster Bank, we have gathered a panel of experts in a diverse range of specialities to illustrate the ways in which club officials and volunteers can avail of best practice, the best insight and the best means of developing their own skills and creating winning environments for their club.”

For more information on the events visit www.helpforwhatmatters.com or follow Ulster Bank Rugby on facebook.com/UlsterBankRugby or on Twitter at @UlsterBankRugby.