EY Backs Women's RWC

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11 July 2017

World Rugby has welcomed EY as an official sponsor and supporter of Women's Rugby World Cup 2017.

With just less than a month to go until the tournament gets underway in Dublin and Belfast, the global leader in assurance, tax, transaction and advisory services is continuing its commitment to developing purpose-driven leaders through high-performing teams to help build a better working world.

EY global vice chair of talent Nancy Altobello said: “EY shares common values with rugby and has long been a proponent of the sport worldwide. The leadership skills, motivation and resilience developed through playing rugby are incredibly beneficial in a business environment. At EY we’re thrilled to harness the leadership potential of elite female athletes and help them seamlessly transition to new careers in business.”

World Rugby chairman Bill Beaumont said: “We are delighted to welcome EY as an official sponsor of Women’s Rugby World Cup 2017. As the game grows across the world, it's important that we work with a brand that is the right fit and reflects the character-building values of our sport.

 "This year’s tournament promises to be the biggest and best yet and we look forward to working with EY toward further promotion and engagement within Ireland and around the world. As women’s rugby goes from a grassroots level all the way to the top of the sport, it’s exciting to have global organisations like EY realise the human capital potential of the players and the values they

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