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The business of sport is a rapidly changing landscape, fueled by a growing global demand from consumers and commercial partners. Professional, commercial leadership is now in premium demand.
Digital television, improved internet access and the growing potential of mobile devices has changed the accessibility of sport for consumers and has provided multinational organizations with the potential to use sport as a business tool.
Traditional sporting organizations and institutions now require and proactively seek world class business professionals to help capitalize on and maximize these complex global opportunities. Live sport remains high on the agenda for millions of fans, worldwide. The health and leisure industry, in tandem, continues to expand rapidly.
Odgers Berndtson is experienced in searching out world class leaders with both local and global expertise to move into the sports sector. We succeed by combining our global presence in 30 countries, in-depth industry knowledge, functional expertise and a consultative approach to deliver truly unique solutions.
The firm has a very strong track record within the sports industry and was highly praised for its recent work for the London Organising Committee for The Olympic Games (LOCOG). It counts the likes of The IOC, UEFA, Manchester United, UFC, NFL and the IRB amongst its impressive roster of sporting clients.
The Olympics is one example that reflects our prominent position as one of the largest advisers on recruitment at the nexus of the private/public sector in the UK. We have a detailed understanding of the role the various levels of government play in many kinds of sports projects and organisations. We have a strong track record of putting forward high performing people for sports administration in a range of fields from football to horse racing.
To discuss your leadership needs, please speak to one of our consultants.
|Ademar Couto||São Paulo|
|Simon Cummins||London, Zurich|
|Verge das Neves||Johannesburg|
|Jaime Ozores||Madrid, Barcelona|
|Steve Potter||New York|
|Asher Simons||New York|
|Emilie Stage Tingskou||Copenhagen|
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