Corporate Team Solutions

What's Included?

Corporate Teams

Corporate Team Races are typically large events that provide the ability for companies and organizations to pay for their employees. RunSignUp allows your race to enable Corporate Teams separately, or in addition to Competitive Teams and/or Fundraising Teams.

For the basics of setting up and managing Corporate Teams, check out our Corporate Team overview. Ready to explore in more detail? We have a full manual to help you with every step of RunSignUp Corporate Teams.

Hear about Corporate Teams in action from Michele Langevin of the Kaiser Permanente Corporate Run/Walk, and read the full Corporate Team setup for that race.

Kaiser-Permanente Corporate Run/Walk Case Study

The Kaiser Permanente Corporate Run/Walk details the Corporate team process from recruiting and training Corporate Team Captains to managing runners.


Volunteer System

Organize your volunteers and volunteer tasks within the RunSignUp system. The Volunteer System is built to accommodate races of all sizes, from 50 runners to 20,000+, and is free to use.

From Our Blog:
Sep 21st, 2018
EventBrite IPO and Implications for the Race Registration Market

EventBrite had a sparkling (pun intended!) IPO debut this week. They sold over $230M of stock and their fully diluted valuation now hovers around $3.4 Billion. Their S1 filing with the SEC provides a treasure trove of information that is very interesting to registration companies like RunSignUp. This will have implications that will impact the... Continue Reading →

Sep 21st, 2018
Partner Dashboard Updates Coming

Partners are organizations who manage multiple races. Over the next month or two we will be making a whole host of Partner Dashboard changes. You may have noticed a new skin to the dashboard was released yesterday. There are two much bigger changes coming. One is a new Race List view that we hope will... Continue Reading →

What Our Customers Say:

“Now, with RunSignUp, someone signs up to be a member of the club, we get a notification, and one year later they get an email to renew – we don’t have to send any emails manually.”

- Josh Spiker, Vendurance