24 June 2016
ukactive Executive Director Steven Ward responds to the result of the EU Referendum:
Following today’s referendum result, the physical activity sector will seek assurances that the operating conditions for business in the immediate term are safeguarded.
The primary concern for businesses within the physical activity sector at this stage will be that the sustained period of growth over the previous years that has made our sector the driving force of the wellbeing economy, can continue without disruption as the process of leaving the European Union begins in earnest.
Top players are investing in the future of the physical activity sector through the ukactive Future Leaders programme
17 June 2016
The inaugral ukactive Future Leaders programme will proudly host delegates from a broad range of the sectors most distinguished physical activity operators and suppliers.
The programme takes place at the world-renowned IESE Business School in July 2016. The week-long leadership development programme will bestow candidates with the skills to empower the next generation of executives, and provide the the tools for them to lead the sector into a new era of growth.
02 June 2016
ukactive has today announced a year-long partnership with the Duke of Edinburgh's Award, whereby the world-leading youth achievement award will become ukactive’s official charity partner for 2016/17.
Since its launch 60 years ago, the Duke of Edinburgh's Award has inspired thousands of 14-24 year olds in the UK and further afield to take up a personal, extra-curricular challenge, with physical activity often playing a central part.
27 May 2016
ukactive has announced that JMP, one of the UK’s leading transport consultancies, will be joining its Strategic Partner Group.
JMP works with local authorities, government and communities to deliver active travel programmes, services and insight and encourage greater take-up of active travel options.
23 May 2016
ukactive is seeking a new Chair of its Membership Council with previous incumbent David Stalker completing his transition from the organisation at the end of April 2016.
The Membership Council is the formal elected voice of the membership base in ukactive governance, reporting to the ukactive Board, and taking on challenging topics of substance for the sector, such as the on-going issues relating to skills and workforce development.
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