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Club Inc. sign GAF Agreement

9.03am 9th February 2012 - Corporate

Club Inc., the new company already making waves across the European golf industry, joins forces with the Golf Club Management Association of Sweden (GAF) to provide GAF with the recommended process of executive search and recruitment by outlining the essential steps required to ensure the right candidate is found for all senior management roles at any club.

Niall Flanagan, Managing Director and founder of Club Inc. will be speaking at the forthcoming Scandinavian conference for GAF and Green-keepers on 13th March. He said: “With members of the association present on the day, I will be highlighting the importance of professional recruitment and executive search in this industry, while emphasising the importance of effective branding for both clubs and individuals.

“At Club Inc., we’re committed to offering both a recruitment service for clubs and extensive advice to individuals, covering aspects from CV production to personal branding.

“This partnership is genuinely exciting and we’re looking forward to providing GAF with a truly valuable service.”

Torbjörn Johansson, Chief Executive of GAF, commented: “We’re delighted that Club Inc. have decided to become our partner. They’re clearly a forward-thinking organisation, and their advice is priceless given their unparalleled industry experience.

“At GAF, we recognise the importance of both recruitment and brand. That’s why we’re delighted Club Inc. have decided to partner us. No-one knows recruitment in the golf industry better than Niall and his team. For GAF, recruitment is a prioritised area whereSwedenneeds to improve the process at the clubs as well as managers/club employees needing career advice.”

Club Inc www.clubincorporated.com

Golf Club Management Association of Swedenhttp://gaf.golf.se

       

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