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  • Worcester Post Loss For Last Season

    Worcester Warriors made a pre-tax loss of approximately £5.2 million for the year ending 30 June 2015 when the club earned promotion from the Greene King IPA Championship. The loss was very similar to the previous year, according to figures from Companies House. However, WRFC Trading Ltd, recorded a turnover of £8.4m - up from £7.9m in the 2013/14 season. Results for this current season are expected to be much improved with increased gates, sponsorship and Premiership funding. Meanwhile, c...

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  • SignAway, LogoPaint & 5m Merge To Become Amayse

    SignAway, LogoPaint and 5m Print have merged in a deal that sees the three Companies combine to become one of the largest branding and signage Companies in Europe and the world’s leading 3D signage company. Rebranded as Amayse, the new company, with locations in the UK and Denmark, now aims to expand globally with the newest location being in the US. With shared expertise, production facilities and product ranges, Amayse is able to meet the full range of virtual and print branding and signage...

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  • Salford Post £5m Loss

    ... completed his takeover the club on 31 January 2013 as the Liverpool-based racehorse owner sought to make Salford competitive at the top end of Super League. The club turned over £2,298,378 as it made the pre-tax loss of £5,142,778 and the accounts filed to Companies House also show that it has total fixed assets of £488,685 and total current assets of £259,931, whilst there are £4,050,605 worth of bank loans, overdrafts and LTL. MKAC Investment Partners Ltd owns 100 per cent of the shares...

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  • London Welsh Reveal Losses From Promotion Campaign

    ... figures have revealed that there may be a lot more pain on the horizon, especially with backer Kelvin Bryon withdrawing his support. The Exiles made a loss of more than £1.6 million in the year ending 30 June 2012 according to information submitted to Companies House and the losses between then and now have reportedly been even greater and make a grand total loss of £4 million over the past two years. The club’s turnover has decreased from £1.46 million in 2010 to just under £1.1 million...

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  • Saracens £45m In Debt

    ... 30%) and Venfin Investments (approx 60%), a South African investment firm. "The financial results are not good but they are better. We are finally going in the right direction," said Wray, in a statement with the accounts, which have been submitted to Companies House. The overall debt of the Allianz Park outfit increased from £41.6m in the summer of 2014. See also... Accounts Reveal Saracens Mounting Debts Financial Fair Play Row Brews As Saracens and Bath Post Losses  ...

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  • John Hussey elected president of the IRFU

    Dublin businessman John Hussey created a piece of sporting history when he became the first member from St. Mary’s College RFC (founded 111 years ago) to be enrolled as the 124th President of the Irish Rugby Football Union, at the Union’s annual Council Meeting in the Aviva Stadium, today, July 22nd.   A well-known chartered accountant, Hussey’s high profile business life includes a 12 year stint as Managing Partner of Arthur Young & Company, after which he spent a number of years as...

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  • Saracens Engage Through Eleven Sports' Screens

    Saracens have partnered with Eleven Sports Media to improve their in-stadium experience. Through this partnership, the club will install 17 screens at Allianz Park that will employ Eleven’s streaming services. The partnership arose from the Saracens Business Club, an event series started this season for businesses to network with the rugby club. Eleven will provide Companies that wish to advertise with more diverse opportunities to do so; there are many new partnership packages that will all...

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  • Hull FC Move To New County Road Training Ground

    Hull FC will own their own training complex for the first time in the Super League era when they move into their new County Ground facility next week. The Black and Whites’ current tenancy deal at the YPI sports ground on Chanterlands Avenue ends on February 13th and work is continuing at pace to get their new facilities on County Road completed. Hull owner Adam Pearson secured an agreement to take over the site and, following a substantial investment, the new training ground will be ready to...

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  • Jevans Says Business Will Boom Thanks To RWC2015

    The Rugby World Cup 2015 in England will generate billions of pounds for the host economy, according to England Rugby 2015 chief executive Debbie Jevans. The most recent report from financial services company Deloitte forecast an overall £2bn (€2.6/$3.2bn) economic impact for the host nation as a result of hosting the tournament. And with opportunities still available to get involved ahead of the tournament, Jevans is urging businesses looking to offer their services for the tournament to kee...

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  • "In-House" TV Solution For RWC 2019 TV

    World Rugby has announced the appointment of International Games Broadcast Services (IGBS) as host broadcaster for Rugby World Cup 2019 in Japan. With a proven track record in major event host broadcast services, IGBS, a partnership between HBS and IMG, will be responsible for the world feed delivery to rights holding broadcasters as well as production innovation and content production. The decision to appoint a specialised host broadcaster for the first time - rather than piggy-backing the feed...

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