Sport Industry NextGen


ENTRIES FOR 2018 ARE NOW CLOSED. 

The next group of Sport Industry NextGen Leaders will be announced on Thursday 28th September 2017. 


WHAT IS SPORT INDUSTRY NEXTGEN IN PARTNERSHIP WITH BARCLAYS?

Sport Industry NextGen in partnership with Barclays identifies tomorrow’s leaders, rewards their potential and nurtures their talent.

The free to enter programme aims to discover the rising industry stars, who will receive a dedicated Leadership Package to better equip them for future leadership roles, including a business support package, regular professional networking opportunities and personal development and mentoring. 

Entries close on 15th September, with the 2018 group announced on 28th September 2017.

WHY?

This programme is for young people who have already shown evidence of leadership potential, but want to fulfil it. The Leadership Package offers incredible training and development opportunities to help build a powerful network of likeminded peers. 

WHO?

The focus is on entrants aged 30 years or younger who work within the sport industry and aspire to grow their network, experience and knowledge for responsible leadership that will help drive the sport industry forward. Entrants must enter on their own behalf and be based in the UK. Check out the Sport Industry NextGen Leaders 2017 and 2016

HOW?

Entries are now closed.

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The 2018 Sport Industry NextGen Leaders will begin their year at Sport Industry NextGen Unlocked, officially introducing the selected few to the industry as a group for the first time. The evening event offers an opportunity for every year of Sport Industry NextGen Leaders to network with other senior members of the industry, as well as hear from previous Leaders and special guest speakers.

In 2017, the audience heard from a number of speakers who shared their leadership experiences including Watford FC captain Troy Deeney, Commonwealth Games Federation CEO David Grevemberg, ITV's political editor Robert Peston, and Sport England board member Kate Bosomworth. View the highlights below: