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  • Face-To-Face With... Greg Craigen

    Greg Craigen of SignAway sat down with Running Rugby to discuss the business of painting pitch logos at major sporting events. SignAway have over 18 years' experience in providing branding for events at some of the biggest sports stadia and events venues in the world and do a great amount of work in rugby union. Greg spoke to us about how he and his staff work to ensure that installations are completed on very short timescales, as well as discussing new trends and technologies in the industry.Cl...

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  • CAA Acquires Brand Rapport & Synergy Extends Canterbury Link

    ... activation in both rugby codes including Allianz and LV. The company will now operate as CAA Sports Consulting London. 25 employees will be based in CAA’s London office in Hammersmith. Working under the leadership of Global Head of CAA Sports Consulting Greg Luckman, brandrapport’s Andy Kenny will serve as Head of CAA Sports Consulting London, guiding the team’s efforts in the U.K. “Corporate consulting is a growth area for CAA Sports, and in the four years since we moved into this spa...

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  • Bankruptcy For Former London Scottish Director Knight

    Former London Scottish rugby ace-turned-financial services entrepeneur Greg Knight, who is famed for his links to celebrities such as Gabby and Kenny Logan, has been declared bankrupt, according to the London Evening Standard. Knight, whose Welbeck Wealth Management firm in the City collapsed into administration last year, was well-known in Scottish business circles in the capital. He was one of the management team at the famous London Scottish rugby club who nursed it back to financial health...

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  • Colleagues Mourn Sponsorship Expert Andy Kenny

    ... the title of head of the renamed operation. Kenny and his 25-person team moved into CAA’s London office where they have been working with various leading brands to help identify, negotiate and maximise the value of sports sponsorship partnerships. Greg Luckman, global head, CAA Brand Consulting, led the tributes in a statement to Sportcal that read: “We are heartbroken over the loss of our great friend and beloved colleague, Andy Kenny. He was a truly remarkable person – charming, smart,...

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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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  • Marinos Back As SANZAR Chief

    Sanzar has announced former chief executive Andy Marinos will return to the role at the start of next year to replace Kiwi Greg Peters. The South African, who previously served as SANZAR chief between 2008-10, will rejoin the organisation on January 1 from the South African Rugby Union where he was running commercial and marketing operations for the past five years. Marinos' first major task is to oversee the expansion of Super Rugby, with teams from Japan and Argentina, which Peters has joined,...

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  • Fox Sports Reveals Top NRL Salaries

    Using reported figures, including third party agreements and the marquee player allowance, Fox Sports’ NRL360 in Australia has compiled and published a list of the top 10 highest paid players in the NRL at the moment. North Queensland superstar Johnathan Thurston headlines the list, earning a reported Aus $1.2 million (£624k or €800k) a season. While Thurston’s marketability will see him snare top spot as the game’s biggest earner moving into 2018, remarkably new Parramatta recruit Ki...

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  • Virtual TV Branding Comes Of Age

    As TV audiences for rugby expand beyond the live domestic scene on a diversity of channels and digital platforms, virtual pitch branding as opposed to physical signage is starting to offer rights holders more: More flexibility dependent on format and market: And more value for their commercial partners. The technology for virtual advertising has improved. Signs no longer look artificial and can be used in addition to physical signs. It enables the rights holder to place digitised 2D and 3D logos...

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  • League Express Celebrates 3000th Edition

    Weekly rugby league newspaper League Express has reached the milestone of its 3000th edition this week just over 25 years on from its first publication. League Express first appeared on September 10 1990 and was set up by Martyn Sadler and Tim Butcher. It also merged with Rugby Leaguer in May 2002 and that can trace its origins back even further to the 1940s. The landmark has even been recognised in the House of Commons after Leeds North West MP and Chairman of the Parliamentary Rugby League Gro...

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  • Worcester Report £8m Loss For 2016-17

    Worcester Warriors have reported to Companies House that their pre-tax loss for last season (year end 30th June 2017) was £8.1m on despite increased revenue of almost £1m. The Premiership club had reported a pre-tax profit for WRFC Trading Ltd of £14.3m the previous year due to shareholders writing off more than £20.4m of accumulated debt. Warriors bought the freehold on the 50-acre Sixways site from the old Worcester Rugby Club, and have been reportedly valued at £26.7m. Former owner Cecil...

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