The Force is thrilled to announce Australia's fastest-growing recruitment agency, Collar Group, as the official recruitment partner for the next two seasons.
Sharing the pursuit and passion for grassroots rugby, giving back to the community, and growing the game, Collar is the ideal fit heading into the new era of rugby in Western Australia.
Passionate about supporting the communities in which they operate, this partnership will strengthen the connection between WA rugby clubs and the Western Force by offering all senior men and women players a complimentary ticket to a Force home game through the Collar Conversion promotion.
Collar's Founder and CEO, Ephram Stephenson, cites the similarities in core values and the importance of instilling a community focus within the newly formed partnership.
"Collar is excited to be partnering with Western Force. As a medium sized business, we love supporting local sports teams and are excited to have the opportunity to champion our partnerships throughout our communities; our core goal is to support grass roots rugby and continue to evolve as a family friendly workplace. We look forward to inviting our candidates, clients and employees to the events and supporting the Force as their recruitment partner of choice. " Stephenson commented.
Force's Business Development Manager, Huw Lock, is thrilled with the partnership, further increasing opportunities for the squad, Academy, and club players.
"We're delighted to welcome another pathway partner to our family, the team at Collar have been a pleasure to work with, and they care about their staff and the community," Lock mentioned.
"Attracting partners who share our values provides a solid foundation for long-term success. We are delighted that the partnership will provide WA senior rugby players opportunities to find employment and enjoy a complimentary Western Force match day experience."
Collar has achieved some remarkable accomplishments in the community space, and by joining forces; this partnership aims to continue pushing rugby forward across all regions in WA.