More and more clubs worldwide are giving their members a total experience by providing them with everything they need in one place.
The Wellington men’s team and the Bay of Plenty women’s team have claimed the 2017 New Zealand Senior Inter-District Teams Titles after some hard fought finals.
PSA has recently announced changes to their tour structure in the 2018/19 season. The main changes relate to naming of the various levels and the prizemoney related to these levels, as well as the draw structures and the number of wildcards (PSA and Non-PSA members) that can be included.
How you set up your renewal process will have a significant impact on membership retention.
The Herne Bay Ponsonby Rackets Club is seeking a Squash Professional to join our team.
Squash New Zealand today announces that Luke Morriss has resigned from his position as Coaching & Development Director with the governing body.
When selling memberships, the fee you charge is not the most important factor. It is the value the membership fee represents and how effectively that value is communicated.
The more leads you have coming into your club means more opportunities to gain new members.
The New Zealand Squash Hall of Fame is seeking to co-opt two (2) individuals to join the management board. There are currently four (4) members on the management board, which also includes the Chairperson, which leaves two (2) vacancies.
Is club membership - in a traditional sense - dead?
The Professional Squash Association (PSA) have today announced the SQUASHTV schedule for the 2017/18 season, with the world’s greatest squash players set to star in some of the world’s most iconic locations in all four corners of the globe.
New Zealand has come away with two gold medals and one bronze from the the 2017 WSF World Doubles Squash Championships in Manchester after good wins earlier this morning.
Squash New Zealand is currently seeking applications for the role of Squash Operations Manager.