New SVGFF website launched
Sports
July 13, 2010
New SVGFF website launched

Persons wishing to access information pertaining to the St. Vincent and the Grenadines Football Federation (SVGFF), can now do so by logging on to www.svgff.com.{{more}}

This is the new website of the local Football body and replaces the outdated vincyheat.com.

The website was launched last Saturday morning at the Federation’s office at New Montrose.

President of the SVGFF Joseph Delves, in his remarks, said that the new website is a major step and a relevant information tool as his organization continues to professionalise its operations.

“It is all part of the new communications strategy,” Delves said.

Delves gave the promise that the new website will allow for greater efficiency and frequent updates.

He said that persons within the SVGFF secretariat are currently receiving in house training to manage the website on a daily basis.

Delves stated that the presence of new General Secretary Ian Hypolite, who is also trained in Information Technology, makes it easier to manage the site in house.

Delves said that the website is open to all clubs and affiliates to utilize as an information conduit to sell their respective organizations.

The Football President also promised to look into spreading the wings of the site so that data and updates can be had from Football organizations in the Diaspora.

Kishore Shallow of KS Design, who over the past three months developed the site, said that the new website offers a greater advantage than the previous one.

In outlining the contents, Shallow said that information can be readily had on most recent national competitions, fixtures, the SVGFF major sponsors, national teams, information about the SVGFF and an e-shop, where persons can shop online for merchandise of the SVGFF.

In addition, space has been provided for businesses to advertise.

He also stated that in keeping with the modern trends, there is a Facebook page, so that persons can use that social network to keep in touch with the happenings.

Shallow said that navigation of the site is simple, with its easy accessibility.

Stating that it is work in progress, Shallow said that overtime, there will be upgrades to the site. (RT)