The Western Force is pleased to announce West Australian businesses JobActivator and Footprints have signed on as official partners of the club’s Super W side.
The local recruitment businesses partner with the team ahead of their highly anticipated campaign, which kicks off on June 24 against the President’s XV in Coffs Harbour.
JobActivator, a powerful online resume builder and job search tool designed to promote the connection of job seekers with employees, are showing great support by investing in the development of women’s rugby in WA.
With a mission to connect disadvantaged unemployed candidates with meaningful employment opportunities through resilience training support and mentoring, Footprints are investing in the growth of the female game.
Force chief executive officer Tony Lewis said: “JobActivator and Footprints share many of the key values we hold as a club and this is a fantastic partnership to have secured. They are very community-minded in their approach, so we’re delighted to be working alongside them.”
JobActivator and Footprints managing director Darian Bolton said: “We look for opportunities to build partnerships that create an empowered community and what better way to put that into action than helping to provide such an amazing opportunity for the Western Force Super W team.
“JobActivator and Footprints were founded to provide opportunity in adversity. We hope that supporting the Western Force Super W team will help to provide opportunities for more women to pursue and achieve their passions. Growing the game of rugby is important, as long as that means growing it for everyone.”
Both companies will feature on the playing jerseys of the Force Super W squad throughout the season, with JobActivator on the front of the shirt, while the Footprints logo will be seen on the lower back.
With the Force taking on the President’s XV, NSW Waratahs and Melbourne Rebels before the finals series, it’s set to be an action-packed season in Coffs Harbour.