London Sport announces Jade Cation as new Director of Impact and Innovation
Jade Cation joins London Sport from EMD UK, the national governing body for group exercise, where she was Head of Insight and Digital. Current Director of Insight, Technology and Data, Tim Copley, moves across to Director of Operations role.
Born Barikor discusses his Our Parks journey on Talking Sport & Tech podcast
CEO and Founder Born Barikor will target a four-fold increase in his Our Parks community within three years telling the Talking Sport & Tech podcast his mission is to get a million Parkers fit by 2025.
"Overwhelming evidence" on the value of sport and physical activity says ukactive CEO Huw Edwards
The evidence on the value of sport and physical activity is "overwhelming" ukactive CEO Huw Edwards has told Sport Tech Hub by London Sport's new podcast Talking Sport & Tech. The brand new podcast, released this week, gives listeners a glimpse into the lives of inspiring leaders and entrepreneurs from the sport and physical activity sector.
Tips for grant management: Key considerations for organisations after they receive a grant
London Sport Consultancy funding expert Aaron Dunkley looks at what to do after you've been successful with your funding application and offers his top tips to help you manage your grant well and to keep your grant-maker happy:
Sport Tech Hub by London Sport launch new podcast series: Talking Sport & Tech
Sport Tech Hub, established by London Sport, are thrilled to announce their new podcast series, Talking Sport & Tech.
What organisations need to consider to become “grant-ready”: Community Involvement & Impact Measurement
In this blog, London Sport Consultancy funding expert Aaron Dunkley covers the final element of "grant-readiness" organisations in the sport and physical activity sector should consider: community involvement and impact measurement.
What organisations need to consider to become “grant-ready”: Partnerships & Publicity
Continuing our funding advice blog series, London Sport Consultancy funding expert Aaron Dunkley shares further advice on becoming grant ready. In this blog, Aaron discusses partnerships and publicity, looking at the value of collaboration with other organisations and use of appropriate communication channels to help engage different demographics experiencing unique needs, barriers and habits.
London Sport secures five-year funding commitment from Sport England to level up access to physical activity
London Sport is proud to be among a group of over 120 organisations working with Sport England to level up access to sport and physical activity across the country. London Sport will receive expertise, support, and an investment of nearly £15m of government and National Lottery funding from Sport England over the next five years.
What organisations need to consider to become “grant-ready”: Finance & Income Generation
Following on from the first blog in our funding advice series covering governance and people, in this blog, London Sport Consultancy funding expert Aaron Dunkley shares further advice on becoming grant ready, this time discussing finance and income generation, explaining what is needed to demonstrate you can manage finances at the required level.
Latest Sport England data shows London's activity levels yet to recover to pre-pandemic levels
New data from Sport England’s Active Lives survey shows activity levels in London have not yet recovered to their pre-pandemic levels.
London Sport staff complete Deaf Awareness training
London Sport staff gained valuable insights into removing barriers and preventing discrimination by taking part in a Deaf Awareness and British Sign Language course ahead of this week’s Deaf Awareness Week.
Grant-readiness – what organisations need to consider to become “grant-ready”: Governance & People
Following on from London Sport Consultancy’s successful webinar series on grant funding, over the next few weeks we will be sharing more in-depth learnings through a funding advice blog series. This week, London Sport Consultancy Funding Expert Aaron Dunkley explains the first element of ‘grant-readiness’ that organisations need to consider: Governance & People.