Canadian International and London Irish player Jebb Sinclair has become an Ambassador for The Rugby Business Network focussing on Canada. Jebb who played for Atlantic rock in Canada also won the Currie Cup with Western Province and played for The Stormers in South Africa. Over the next year Jebb will help The Rugby Business network […]
The Radisson Blu sponsored our first ever Galway Rugby Business Network event and it could not have been a better start. In a fantastic venue our first speaker was Dave Hickey, CEO of The Connacht Tribune Group. Dave gave an entertaining insight to his own rugby career with a newspaper clipping humorously entitled ‘What a […]
The Rugby Business Network entertained over 75 senior executives at the LinkedIn offices in Cavendish Square in London for a business networking and wine tasting event that brought some of the best names in rugby and business.
We asked Lynne Walsh one of the newcomers to our London Rugby Business Network Event to give us her thoughts on the event at The London Welsh Centre on the 3rd September, with Guest Speakers from the Newport Gwent Dragons and Celtic Manor. The only kind of networking I like………. I could be the […]
Below is a press release about The Rugby Business Network by Colm Hannon Last year Social Media Entrepreneur Colm Hannon launched a free, not for profit, business networking community for people who like rugby called, The Rugby Business Network. Since then members have been connecting and communicating on Linkedin and networking at face to face […]
The Rugby Business Network – Press Release (Written and distributed by Adam Hathaway) England’s World Cup-winning flanker Richard Hill heads a parade of stars who have thrown their weight behind The Rugby Business Network, a not-for-profit, free to register for, venture that aims to connect business people with a passion for rugby. Sponsored by global […]
At the first Rugby Business Network event at the historic London Welsh Centre near Kings Cross in London, Morgan Whitlock a Llanelli man from Hackney Rugby club discussed the challenges and rewards of running an inner city rugby club. In this talk Morgan set the scene by explaining the importance of creating a sense of […]
The Rugby Business Network is a not for profit venture that aims to be the World’s number 1 facilitator of online and offline business networking amongst rugby people within the next 12 months. Rugby people have a certain ethos and culture that translates into the business world, by providing a platform we hope to […]