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 and takes place at Bloomberg’s stunning central London headquarters.
2013’s stellar line-up of speakers again consists of the most prominent and relevant figures from across the industry to provide enjoyable, informative and insightful interviews...JOIN THE CLUB TODAY
- 20th March - Barry Hearn, Global Sports Promoter and Founder of Matchroom Sport. View highlights of Barry Hearn's appearance here.
- 19th June - David Collier, Chief Executive of the ECB
- 26th September - TBC
- 6th November - TBC
Following the success of the PDC World Darts Championships at Alexandra Palace and the ongoing dispute over the residency of the Olympic Stadium, global sports promoter and Leyton Orient Chairman Barry Hearn opened the 2013 schedule. In June, ECB Chief Executive David Collier will kick off back-to-back Ashes Series against Australia with an appearance at the Nolan Partners Sport Industry Breakfast Club.
View Highlights from 2012:
- Barbara Slater, Director of Sport, BBC, explained that the introduction of BT into the sport rights field represented both ‘a threat and an opportunity’ to the BBC.
- Mark Cavendish, winner of 23 Tour de France stages, spoke out in defence of cycling’s reputation, arguing that the sport was the best at catching cheats.
- Richard Scudamore, Premier League Chief Executive, addressed the league’s medical responsibilities to players, plans for the next cycle of broadcasting rights, and much more.
- Ian Ritchie, Chief Executive Officer, RFU, claimed rugby has never had a better opportunity to grow participation and interest than in the build-up to the Rugby World Cup in England in 2015.
For any further queries regarding the Nolan Partners Sport Industry Breakfast Club 2013, please contact Sophie on 0207 240 7700 or email firstname.lastname@example.org