thinkTASC are involved in a number of exciting projects. You can read about some of our most recent projects here.
thinkTASC undertake review of IRFU Provincial Academies High Performance Player Development System.
thinkTASC’s Director, Paul Mackinnon was invited by the IRFU to review academies in the provinces of Ulster, Munster, Leinster and Connacht. The aim was to take a detailed look at the existing high performance player development systems in each of the provinces and assess what is working well, what areas could be improved and deliver recommendations on how each provincial academy should move forward in the future.
thinkTASC make a stand in community innovation.
thinkTASC are currently developing an exciting new venture in community innovation which aims to turn town centres into a hub of activity.
thinkTASC drive the fusion of high performance sport with technological innovation.
thinkTASC's Paul MacKinnon and Harry Porter have been instrumental in creating a network for high performance sport and technological innovation companies so that they can come together and share, develop and implement ideas to grow business and maximise market opportunties in global sport.
thinkTASC involved in North East Peace III Sport for Peace Initiative.
The initiative aims to develop a shared future using sport as a medium to improve trust and cultural understanding in Northern Ireland. It is supported by Dame Mary Peters who believes that it’s a great opportunity to embrace communities and get more young people involved in sport. The initiative launched on 26th January 2012 in Coleraine and was attended by thinkTASC's Paul MacKinnon who was a key note speaker at the launch event.
thinkTASC's Harry Porter judges Olympic Poster Competition.
The Millennium Court Arts Centre and the University of Ulster have invited foundation design students to enter a competition to create a poster which celebrates the spirit of the Olympic Games in the run up to the London 2012 Games. The initiative is endorsed by Dame Mary Peters.