Jessica Marsh

  • Commercial Director Leaves London Irish

    London Irish have confirmed to Running Rugby that commercial director Richard Marsh has left the club after almost three years in the job. Marsh, who joined the Exiles in April 2010 with the brief of helping to make them “a success both on and off the field”, left his position relatively suddenly on Monday and the club would only reveal that he has left “to pursue other opportunities”. London Irish were not prepared to make any further comment on his departure but did confirm that it was...

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  • Specsavers Extend RFL Match Official Partnership

    ... League, to Championship down to the grassroots. Specsavers will continue to support their brand presence and marketing rights through a number of activations throughout the year, including the ‘fifth official’ campaign which in 2017 saw nine-year-old Jessica Marsh enjoy a once in a lifetime experience as part of the match officials team at the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup Final. Specsavers head of sport sponsorship James Read said, "We're delighted to be continuing our longstanding sponsorship o...

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  • Exiles Appoint Interim Commercial Director

    London Irish have revealed that Jim O’Toole is taking up the position of commercial director at the club on an interim basis. Richard Marsh left the club relatively suddenly on Monday 11 February after almost three years in the job “to pursue other opportunities”, as reported in Running Rugby last week, and O’Toole will take over his duties immediately. The new man has more than 20 years of experience in global sports and entertainment management, having worked for consultancies and the...

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  • Robot Development Is A SIgn Of The Times

    The appearance of logos on rugby pitches has been one of the biggest steps forward in ensuring that sponsors get the most exposure possible for their brands, yet the process to get them there has been time-consuming. Anyone arriving early at an Aviva Premiership ground would see a team of people studiously marking out the sponsor’s logo across the middle of the playing surface before adding the required colours to the natural green canvas. Every aspect of the design has to be applied rigorousl...

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  • Exiles Make O’Toole Permanent Commercial Director

    London Irish have appointed Jim O’Toole as their new commercial director on a permanent basis after he spent the last five months as a consultant at the club. He became the Exiles’ interim commercial director towards the end of February after Richard Marsh left the role rather suddenly and chief executive Andy Martin has been impressed with the impact he has made. “Jim has made a strong start to his time with London Irish and we will be announcing several exciting new partners in the comin...

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  • Case Study: Brighter Experience For IG At Quins' Big Game

    Jessica Enoch of Synergy looks at how they made the most of the Big Game experience for client IG. Christmas 2013 took on a slightly different complexion to normal for some Synergy staff. For those in the IG team, Big Game 6, between Harlequins and Exeter Chiefs on December 28th, loomed large just beyond the Christmas Day turkey and Boxing Day sales. Synergy started working with IG on their Harlequins partnership in November, and, with IG principal sponsor of the Big Game (Harlequins’ show...

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  • Player Endorsement Not Cutting It With 18-24 Market

    Rugby players have come out third equal in a list of sports stars who are likely to support a positive brand perception through endorsement according to PR and digital agency Three Pipe. However, research found that the crucial 18-24-year-old market has become blinkered to the overtures of brand marketing through sporting heroes. The agency commissioned some research into almost 2,000 18-24 year olds in the UK (often a primary target audience for brands involved in sport). The results sugge...

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  • Eden Park Incident Puts Health And Safety Back On The Agenda

    The issue of health and safety and insurance in rugby stadia has been on the agenda this week after three people were injured at Eden Park as a result of malfunctioning pyrotechnics. The New Zealand Rugby Union has suspended all similar pre-match displays whilst it carries out an investigation into how shrapnel from an explosion at the climax of the haka made its way into the crowd, causing one fan to pass out due to blood loss. And the Rugby Football Union is reportedly considering its own arr...

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  • South Africa Top 2023 Evaluation Report

    After the delivery of the most detailed evaluation report that World Rugby has ever seen, the Rugby World Cup Limited (RWCL) board has unanimously recommended that the World Rugby Council select South Africa as hosts of Rugby World Cup 2023. The three bids were thoroughly assessed by technical experts from inside and outside World Rugby and each given a weighted score so as to compare and evaluate proposals in key criteria. South Africa received a weighted score of 78.97%, France 75.88% and Irel...

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  • Vitality Targeting Rugby As It Adds RFU To Portfolio

    Health insurance provider Vitality has signed a partnership with the Rugby Football Union (RFU) as it opts to put rugby union at the heart of its sponsorship strategy. The new brand, which encompasses what was PruHealth and PruProtect and was renamed after a takeover by the South African insurer Discovery was completed in November, has already agreed deals with both the WRU and Scottish Rugby and the latest agreement with the RFU runs until April 2016. The company likes to do things in threes af...

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