The Nolan Partners Sport Industry Breakfast Club
Welcome to the Nolan Partners Sport Industry Breakfast Club the sport industry’s annual members club, hosting four content-led networking breakfasts over the course of the year. Each event features an interview with a leading figure from the world of sport and business.
The next edition, on 28th May, will feature a panel including veteran correspondent Patrick Barclay, Guardian and Observer Head of Sport Ian Prior, and Daily Telegraph Sports Editor Adam Sills, with the best media industry in the world set to offer its own perspective on the business of sport and much more ahead of the FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
Earlier this year, BT Sport hosted the first Nolan Partners Sport Industry Breakfast Club of 2014, featuring two of the most influential figures in global sport: Outgoing NBA Commissioner David Stern alongside his successor, Adam Silver, who inherited basketball’s top position as Stern’s three-decade tenure came to an end just two weeks later.
With a total of four fantastic events run throughout the year, the Nolan Partners Sport Industry Breakfast Club is once again bringing together the key players in the sport industry. Don't wait - JOIN THE CLUB
View Highlights from 2013:
- Barry Hearn, Global Sports Promoter and Founder of Matchroom Sport. Watch highlights of Hearn's appearance here.
- David Collier, Chief Executive of the ECB and Mike Gatting, MD Cricket Partnerships at ECB and the next President of MCC. Check out the best bits of the event here.
- Ian Ayre, Managing Director, Liverpool FC and Mark Wilf, Owner and President, Minnesota Vikings. The highlights of the event can be found here.
- Brian Barwick, Chairman of the Rugby Football League and former CEO of the Football Association; David Grevemberg, CEO of Glasgow 2014; Debbie Jevans, CEO of England Rugby 2015 and former Director of Sport for London 2012; and Ed Warner, Chairman of UK Athletics.
For any further queries regarding the Nolan Partners Sport Industry Breakfast Club, please contact Sophie on 0207 240 7700 or email firstname.lastname@example.org