At ACTIVE our mission is clear—to power the world’s activities and connect people with the things they love, want and need to do. We believe that as we help organizations manage their business more effectively, we can help them get more people active. Continue reading
Here at ACTIVE we have a unique perspective on how and why people participate. For over a decade, thousands of organizations have trusted us to help manage and grow participants, and we observed some common features of popular activities. Continue reading
California recently celebrated the completion of one of its largest projects to date — the transition to an automated licensing system powered by ACTIVE Network. Continue reading
This week, ACTIVE is joining more than 150 sports industry executives, athletes, physical education professionals and advocates for the “National Health Through Fitness Day” at Capitol Hill in Washington DC. ACTIVE is proud to support healthy and active lifestyles and for the opportunity to champion the value of activities offered to communities by organizations, including schools, local parks, YMCAs, and camps. Continue reading
ACTIVE Network was proud to sponsor Running USA 2014, the 11th annual industry conference, which concluded this week in our home town of San Diego. The event is the largest running industry conference and sold out with a record 550 attendees. With a focus on technology, ACTIVE shared best practices for race management and the latest resources on social media for event directors to plan and execute successful events. Continue reading
We’re back from the 2014 National Ski Areas Association (NSAA) Winter Conferences with a fresh perspective on the rapidly changing needs of ski resorts. NSAA represents 325 alpine resorts that account for more than 90 percent of the skier/snowboarder visits nationwide. Continue reading
ACTIVE Network recently had the privilege to host an event for members of Athena San Diego. Athena is a local organization whose mission is to promote professional growth for women in science and technology. During the event we shared the work we do and introduced some of the bright minds who help drive our own mission to make the world a more active place through technology.
The annual 2014 Triathlon Business International (TBI) conference wrapped up this week in Marina Del Rey, California, and it was a great way to kick off the year for the endurance industry. Continue reading
L to R: Jane Van Sickle (ACTIVE), Kristi McClure, Kevin Jones (ACTIVE)
ACTIVE Network recently presented the Customer Excellence Award to Kristi McClure, director of Parks & Recreation for the City of Chula Vista. Kristi has spent more than 20 years dedicated to developing city parks and recreation for communities both large and small. As a long-time advocate for parks and recreation, Kristi has been instrumental in helping the team at ACTIVE to develop and refine the tools to make ACTIVE Net more efficient.
Figure 1: Monday’s General Session with Lisa Bodell of FutureThink.
ACTIVE Network™ Business Solutions is back from PCMA Convening Leaders 2014 Convening Leaders was all about [R]evolutionizing Meetings and Events with creativity, and innovation!
The conference had record-breaking attendance of 4,072 people this year representing 37 different countries.
Here’s a pic from Monday’s General Session, where Lisa Bodell with FutureThink inspired us to think outside the box within ourselves, our departments, and our organizations in order to create memorable Meetings and Events that accomplish our business objectives.