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iSponsor App launches to help support, connect, and grow your community


29 October 2020 at 7:00 am
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The free app is designed to reduce the barriers for businesses, and individuals to support clubs and charities.


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iSponsor App launches to help support, connect, and grow your community
29 October 2020 at 7:00 am

The free app is designed to reduce the barriers for businesses, and individuals to support clubs and charities.

The iSponsor App has gone live with its unique and simple solution to sponsorship and fundraising for charities and sporting clubs of all sizes. The free app enables communities to contribute to their chosen club or charity by simply purchasing their regular goods and services from the partners and sponsors listed through the app. It’s a win-win with the app driving sales for partners and sponsors, providing discounts and specials to the community, and sending dollars back to the club or charity.  

iSponsor was created with one goal in mind, to help grow sporting clubs and charities around Australia. The solution is a platform that enables users to purchase sponsor and partner products listed on the app, with a percentage of each sale going back to the user’s club, or charity of choice. 

Richard Siganto, founder of iSponsor said it’s a simple process to onboard a business, from your local butcher to a global brand.

“Imagine being able to purchase your weekly groceries from your local grocer, or some new clothes from a global brand, and a percentage of that sale goes directly to your local footy club,” Siganto said. 

“We already have big brands like Wrangler, City Beach, Ugg, and Tommy Hilfiger onboard, and with 7 million-plus Australians currently involved in a local sporting club the marketing and sales opportunities for business are endless.”

 

 

The entire platform is designed to reduce the barriers for businesses, and individuals to support clubs and charities. Businesses, clubs, and charities can simply register to get involved on the iSponsor website. Users can then download the iSponsor App, link their Visa or Mastercard, and every time they make purchases through the app, or at the partner locations they do so knowing that they are giving back to their club or charity. 

“The great thing is the clubs and charities don’t have to drive the sponsorships, they can simply be registered and reap the benefits,” Siganto said. 

“However, to maximise these benefits it’s in their best interest to communicate the app to their members, or community, and let them know the discounts they can get, and the support they can give to the club or charity simply by using the app.” 

The iSponsor App is now available in the app store, and with more clubs, charities, brands, and businesses coming on board everyday it’s revolutionising the way we support, connect, and grow our communities. 

For more information see www.isponsorapp.com



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