Sydney Sports Management Group (SSMG) և Anderson Events, which has been leading corporate և community և health ծրագր health programs since 2003, has announced a partnership to maximize participation through multi-sport programming.
Expecting to equip նել maximize community recreation facilities և plan for Synthetic Council playgrounds, the Sydney-based SSMG bought 50% of Anderson’s events.
Both organizations complement each other և share the common goal of creating environments in each location that maximize participation, fully engage local communities in the benefits of sports and leisure.
Explaining what goes on together, SSMG CEO Richard Price said, “Leisure management is becoming more diverse and complex. While SSMG has a wide range of operational skills, we believe in maximum optimization, best practice programming.” Providing quality customer experience… Partnership և Partnership delivery model is the future of the industry.
“SSMG has a personalized management philosophy that allows us to tailor our programs and services to the needs of our partners and their communities. We are committed to the well-being of the community we serve, regardless of age, gender or ethnicity.
“SSMG’s vision is to maximize community leisure assets և create community hubs (և).
Anderson Events CEO Matt Anderson commented: “The opportunity to create a multi-sport hub at Cintra Park is unique; it will be the first of its kind for Australian outdoor tennis centers.
“We will combine many social sports competitions, such as tennis, paddle, futsal, netball, beach volleyball and basketball, all in one place. “We see that our sports facilities are revolutionizing the communities’ view of sport: how in the future the user will not be limited to just one sport, but will now have the opportunity to try countless sports.”
SSMG is a privately owned property management company with over 30 years of experience in managing և successfully managing various leisure և sports venues.
Anderson Events is one of Australia’s largest corporate providers of health և event plans և committed to improving և improving individuals և corporate well-being and culture across Australia.
For more information on the two organizations, visit the Anderson Events or the Sydney Sports Management Group website: Home – www.andersonevents.com.au և www.ssmgroup.com.au
Image by Anderson Events.
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