Thomond Park is the next stop for The Rugby Business Network event where Kiwi pundit Brent Pope joins Ireland Women's International and Munster player Joy Neville on Tuesday the 6th November at 7.30pm.
Following the successful inaugural Irish meeting of "The Rugby Business Network" (TRBN) in Lansdowne FC, TV pundit Brent Pope
joins Irish Women’s International Joy Neville
and a host of other familiar faces in rugby and business on the 6th of November in Thomond Park.
This event is free to attend
and the aim of the event is to add a personal layer to Linked In TRBN which now has over 8,000 members globally.
On the night Manus Lappin CEO/Editor of Emerald Rugby Magazine
and TRBN Ambassador Brent Pope
will discuss with guests current trends in rugby both locally and on a professional level and how this applies to everyday business. The event sponsors will also showcase their business models and there connection with the rugby landscape.
TRBN event aims to introduce professionals from all industries in the Munster region and give an opportunity to network, interact and provide a platform for assistance, knowledge sharing and a way for the rugby community to connect.
Commenting on The Rugby Business Network event, rugby pundit Brent Pope
said: “The battle between teams on the field lasts for 80 minutes, off the field we interact together. This applies to business, we compete to win customers but we also need to work together to move forward. The Rugby Business Network can be the off the field catalyst and I look forward to discussing this further in Limerick on 6th November.”
Commenting on The Rugby Business Network, Irish Women’s International and Munster player Joy Neville
said: “Rugby for many years as you’re aware facilitates relationship building and a way for people to connect globally. No matter what corner of the world we are in the rugby’s core values never change and applying this to business can work. As a player and a professional The Rugby Business Network adds a platform and structure for personal progression”
To attend the TRBN Munster event visit www.thomondpark-esli.eventbrite.com
to register for your free tickets
, join The Rugby Business Network on Linked In or visit www.therugbybusinessnetwork.com
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