viewVPCL Ltd

Velpic shares rise on launch of unique sports e-coaching platform

The first Australian club to use the e-coaching platform is the Canterbury Bulldogs.

A match
Sports coaching platform technology market to reach $1.1 billion by 2021

Velpic Ltd (ASX:VPC) has launched Velpic Sport, an eCoaching platform for trainers, coaches and their athletes and teams.

The company’s share price increased 11% on Wednesday, closing at $0.019.

Velpic Sport targets trainers and coaches in any sport wanting to enhance performance using online and mobile based e-learning and e-coaching technology.

The platform allows trainers and coaches to share and schedule lessons with athletes and teams via mobile or laptop, track and manage players at a glance and provide videos to improve performance.

Velpic Sport is user-friendly and easy to access via mobile and the company has received good feedback from players on their experience in using the platform.

The first Australian club to implement Velpic’s e-coaching platform is the Canterbury Bulldogs.

The Bulldogs have seen a dramatic increase in the player’s off-field preparation for training and matches through the rapid uptake of coaching feedback via the mobile app.

U.S.-based research shows that the sports coaching platform technology market was $62mln in 2014 and is expected to reach $1.1bn by 2021.

Velpic’s product strategy is to expand its platform into new segments and markets where there is an opportunity to change the rules of the game through disruptive e-learning technology.

Quick facts: VPCL Ltd

Price: - AUD

Market: ASX
Market Cap: -

Add related topics to MyProactive

Create your account: sign up and get ahead on news and events


The Company is a publisher. You understand and agree that no content published on the Site constitutes a recommendation that any particular security, portfolio of securities, transaction, or investment strategy is...



High Peak Royalties chairman reports steady revenues and says they're...

High Peak Royalties (ASX:HPR) chairman Andy Carroll tells Proactive's Andrew Scott revenues in the quarter to June 2020 have been steady with particularly strong income in Australia which have offset the lower commodity prices in the US. Carroll says the real upside potential for the company's...

5 hours, 1 minute ago

2 min read