APM and Reds are teaming up again in 2023

Reds Volleyball Association is pleased to announce an extension of the Association’s partnership with international human services provider, Advanced Personnel Management (APM). APM joined Reds as an offical partner of the 2022 Western Australian Volleyball League season and have continued their support of the Association in 2023.
Launched in 1994, APM began as a small team looking to provide better vocational rehabilitation for injured workers so they could recover their health and stay in their jobs. Today, the organisation stands as an international human services provider with locations across Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom, Europe, North America, and Asia, focused on enhancing an individual’s employability, health and wellbeing, and social and economic participation in their community.
Group CEO Michael Anghie said APM’s continued support of Reds Volleyball would help promote the Association’s All Abilities and Sitting Volleyball programs.
“We have seen firsthand the difference being part of a sporting team, competition and the associated community makes to people living with disability, and we are keen for this support to continue,” Anghie said. 
Anthony Meo, President of Reds Volleyball Association, says Reds has thoroughly enjoyed the partnership with APM and looks forward to continuing the association throughout this year.
“We are incredibly proud to continue our partnership with a homegrown West Australian company whose beginnings, journey and vision aligns with ours at Reds Volleyball.

Meo added, “This is an exciting partnership for our Reds community that will help to promote adaptive volleyball opportunities for individuals of all abilities to try a new sport and participate in a fun and engaging program.”

APM’s signage has proudly adorned the sideline of the Reds home court for the 2023 WAVL season and the APM brand will shine throughout the wider Reds community once again this season. 


APM Group is a global health and human services provider now enabling better lives for more than 2 million people each year. We help people to find employment, improve their health and wellbeing, and participate in their community. Our services help people with injury, illness or disability, children and older adults, unemployed people, and those facing hardship or harm. We’re dedicated to making a positive and lasting social impact and enabling better lives every day. Learn more at apm.net.au