The Gold Coast Rugby Business Network with Adam Wallace-Harrison
Monday, 10 March 2014 from 18:30 to 20:30 (EST)
Gold Coast, Queesnland
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The first ever Gold Coast Rugby Business Network takes place in the fantastic Polynesian restaurant and bar Nesia and the guest speaker is Reds Legend and former President of the Australian Rugby Union Players Association Adam Wallace-Harrison.
Adam has 37 Brumbies caps and 40 Reds caps and won the Super Rugby Title with the Reds.
He was in the Wallaby squad in 2005 and played for the Reds against the lions last year. He is now a Business Development Manager for PayMe. Adam is perfectly positioned to discuss the links between rugby and business and to tell his story of how rugby prepared him for life at Paypal.
The Rugby Business Network has been running for 2.5 years in Australia in Sydney and Melbourne and the RBN has had some of the best rugby and business speakers in the wolrd speak at events for free. The RBN is a not for profit organisation where business people with a passion for rugby help each other in life and in business and members start off by asking each other 'How can I help you?' as opposed to 'What can you do for me?'
The values of rugby and the culture of rugby means that rugby people find it easier to work together and help each other where there is trust and capability. We hope that this is the start of rugby people helping each other in the Gold Coast. Come along to this open and free event and bring along your friends in business too.
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Grant Anderson is the Managing Director at The Rugby Academy and an accomplished player and coach.
Grant is helping to connect business people with a passion for rugby so that they can benefit from the connections. If business people do benefit from the connections then they are more likely to remember Grant and the Rugby Academy and their great work in the future.
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