Workforce technology company Rosterfy will be working alongside the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) at the 2020 World Expo in Dubai, the world’s leading trade expos.
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Redefining legacy to understand real value
With UEFA Euro 2020 and the 2020 Summer Olympic Games next year, you’d be forgiven for thinking 2019 is one of those years that couldn’t possibly live up to what’s to come. But you’d be wrong. And for federations and associations around the world, 2019 is will be one of the best showcases of sport.
First Impressions to start the week & TEAM ATL
It was a late arrival for me (11.45pm on Monday) and a red eye flight for others but regardless of the time (and...
Who is the Atlanta Super Bowl Host Committee?
With the goal of a successful Super Bowl LIII hosted by the city of Atlanta, the Atlanta Super Bowl Host Committee works as a liaison between local entities and the National Football League (NFL). One of the committee's many roles in the time leading up to Super Bowl LIII, which will be held on February 3, 2019, was the creation of a volunteer program.
London Marathon Events Ltd (LME) has appointed Rosterfy, the world’s premier event workforce management solution platform, to support and engage its teams of volunteers for the next six years.
A Super Bowl Case Study (by Rosterfy and Andy Newman)
Rosterfy Powers Atlanta Super Bowl Host Committee’s Volunteer Program with 10,000 Applications in First Week.
Volunteer engagement, retention and empowerment is a global problem, traversing industries and often left to too few, with limited-to-no-resources for support.
When your city is about to host a major event, it attracts tourism and you see an economic boost in your local community. There are hundreds, sometimes thousands of volunteers willing to contribute their time and skills to the running of the event. But what happens to these highly motivated and skilled volunteers after the event is over?