A Super Bowl Case Study (by Rosterfy and Andy Newman)
Posts about COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT (6):
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?
As a global leader in digital workforce management software, one of the biggest rewards is seeing first-hand the positive impact Rosterfy is having on the events and sporting industry. In the past, volunteer and staffing coordinators have been tasked with managing large numbers of volunteers across elaborate spreadsheets, and long hours spent on the phone trying to fill shifts. Rosterfy is successfully turning that all around.
While Super Bowl LI has been over for a while now, there are some valuable lessons that we’ve been able to reflect on following our involvement in one of the world’s most watched events. We've summarized our top 5 learnings from The Super Bowl LI, designed to take your volunteer management program from good to great!
Rosterfy, Australasia’s fastest growing event workforce solutions provider, is pleased to announce a new partnership with the IRONMAN Asia and the Standard Chartered Singapore Marathon (SCSM), the largest Mass Participation event in Singapore.