London Pulse nets Snack Media to oversee their Digital Comms for maiden VNSL season

London Pulse nets Snack Media to oversee their Digital Comms for maiden VNSL season

Snack Media, today announced it has been procured by London Pulse Netball to oversee the running of their social media for the club’s first year in the Vitality Netball Superleague (VNSL).

The club, which plays their home matches at the Copper Box Arena in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Stratford, will be the only netball team from the capital to ply their trade in the top division in the UK.

Snack has been tasked with creating engaging, bold content to tell the narrative of London Pulse Netball in between and around their matches, as well as live reporting during games. They will also be encouraging new and existing netball fans to attend matches and regularly follow the side.

Speaking of the newest client to the Snack Media roster Snack Media Founder and MD, Niall Coen, said, “We are delighted to be providing our content creation and social media management services to London Pulse. The club has a fantastic set-up, a hungry leadership, a diverse playing squad and a loyal fanbase, which makes for an exciting project. We are proud to be working with them in their debut season in the VSNL and look forward to helping them boost their supporters and digital presence.”

London Pulse Netball CEO, Natalie Seaton, added, “London Pulse is extremely excited to be working with one of the leading sports digital media companies in the industry. There is a huge opportunity for growth for the club as we begin our inaugural season in the Vitality Super League. London Pulse is striving to become the hub of netball in London and continue to provide London-based athletes with the opportunity to perform at an elite level. This is where the knowledge and support Snack Media will provide in the digital world is going to be crucial.”

“We have to work hard to tell our story, engage with fans and provide exciting content as well as perform well on the court. In only a short time since we agreed to work with Snack Media they have been instrumental in helping us finalise our digital strategy, whilst coming up with exciting and innovative ways to deliver content that will engage with fans.”

The announcement follows recent news that Snack Media were tasked by the Professional Footballers Association (PFA) to oversee the first ever monthly Awards for Women Footballers in their 111-year history, further enhancing their status as digital fan engagement experts for millions of sports fans.