In The Media
8 November 2015 / Produced by 90 SecondsAndy Routley, Managing Director, DB Breweries Ltd and Dallas Gurney, GM Group Content Marketing, NZME
The Business of Sport | Sponsorship & Advertising
Sponsorship & Advertising in Sport Panel
Alan Gourdie, Managing Director, Quantiful
Dallas Gurney, GM Group Content Marketing, NZME
Phil Holden, CEO, New Zealand Rugby League
Andy Routley, Managing Director, DB Breweries Ltd
Geoff Dickson, Associate Professor of Sport Management, AUT University
6 August 2015 / Produced by 90 SecondsAnn Sherry AO, CEO, Carnival Australia and Pip Marlow, MD, Microsoft
Celebrating Women in Business & Sport | Celebrating Diversity
Diversity in Rugby Panel
Men’s Sevens - Ed Jenkins, Captain
Sydney Convicts - James Saunders, Vice Captain
Wheelchair Rugby - Ryan Scott, Captain
Women’s Sevens - Sharni Williams, Captain
National Indigenous Women’s Sevens - Tallisha Harden, Captain
31 July 2015 / Bret Harris / The AustralianIsrael Folau
“It’s still there as an option, but if you’re going to do sevens, it’s got to be a passion and you have to put in 100 per cent,” Folau said at a SportsConnect lunch in Sydney yesterday.
28 March 2014 / Tom McRae Australia Correspondent / 3news.co.nzSir Richard Hadlee
History will be written tomorrow night at the MCG, a ground that's held some of the best trans-Tasman battles, including the drawn Test of 1987.
But last night saw a touching moment of generosity from former cricketer Mike Whitney to one of New Zealand's greats, Sir Richard Hadlee, who had an old score to settle.
21 March 2014 / Glenda Korporaal / The Australian-
THE big corporate social event this weekend is not an AFL or rugby league game but the clashes between the LA Dodgers and Arizona Diamondbacks at the Sydney Cricket Ground.
10 March 2014 / Caitlin Fitzsimmons / rbw.com.au-
Layne Beachley started surfing at the quiet end of Manly Beach in Sydney as a four-year-old in the 1970s. By age 20 she was ranked sixth in the world and she went on to win seven world championships in surfing, six of them consecutive
25 April 2013 / Damon Kitney / The Australian
THE woman who once brought a peace team of Israelis and Palestinians to Australia to compete in the inaugural AFL International Cup has launched a high-powered networking group linking business and sport that has attracted the support of some of the heavyweights of the corporate and sporting world.
2 August 2013 / Michael Bennet / The Australian
ON the eve of leading his AFL club into another finals series to defend its premiership, Sydney Swans co-captain Kieren Jack doesn't mince advice on how he instils the club's famous "Bloods" culture.