26 Feb Tennis Ireland Announces the appointment of Paul O’Sullivan to the key new role of Commercial and Partnership Manager
Tennis Ireland announced today the appointment of Paul O’Sullivan to the key new role of Commercial and Partnership Manager for the company.
Over the past year Tennis Ireland has developed a strategic plan to ensure that it delivers for all stakeholders by raising the profile and success of tennis at all levels in Ireland. This includes plans to maximise participation, enhance coaching structures, the provision of support for clubs and talented players and maximising commercial opportunities going forward
Paul joins Tennis Ireland with a wealth of commercial and marketing experience having worked in Volkswagen Group, Nissan Ireland and a number of other commercial organisations in Ireland and the UK. Paul has also been a keen Tennis Player since childhood and currently plays in Greystones LTC.
Speaking about the appointment, Richard Fahey, CEO, said
“Tennis Ireland has ambitious plans to raise the profile and revenue model for tennis in Ireland over the coming years. We believe that we have a number of very attractive products to offer commercial partners given the profile of tennis players and clubs nationally. Paul’s appointment will enable us to develop our commercial offering to generate revenue opportunities for Tennis Ireland, our clubs and our partners”.
Paul O’Sullivan added:
“Tennis really is a game for life and as a keen player myself I understand the benefits for all ages and standards. I am delighted to have the opportunity to contribute to the future growth and success of Tennis Ireland and our stakeholders and believe that we can deliver real value for all our partners”.
For further information or to discuss commercial opportunities please contact:
Commercial and Partnership Manager
About Tennis Ireland
Tennis Ireland is the National Governing Body for the sport of tennis in Ireland. Tennis Ireland was founded in 1908 and has over 200 affiliated clubs and 40,000+ members and an additional 30,000 recreational players. Tennis is, in terms of sentiment, Ireland’s 4th favourite sport. Tennis Ireland stages events such as The AIG Irish Open Championships, ITF Futures events, The Fed Cup and The Davis Cup. It also operates a variety of development programmes on both a national and provincial level, for both senior and junior elite players. Tennis Ireland is a Company limited by guarantee and without share capital.
More information: www.tennisireland.ie