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  • InSport Education launches InSport Intelligence and appoints Lord Moynihan as Senior Advisor


    07/02/20

    Dame Heather Rabbatts, Chair of InSport Education stated:

    “InSport Intelligence is an exciting expansion in our offering and sits neatly alongside InSport Education. Together these services help inform and educate the sports industry as we live through the most profound period of change.

    “It’s an honour to welcome Lord Moynihan to the team. He is one of the most respected and experienced sports administrators worldwide and will be a huge asset to our business.”

    Lord Moynihan brings over 40 years’ experience at the highest level of British and international sports business, policy, and legislation.

    Commenting on his appointment, Lord Moynihan said:

    “The impact of legislation on sport is only going to increase and a thorough understanding of how this impacts the industry is key to stakeholders across the sports sector.

    “InSport Intelligence will become essential reading for anyone operating in the sports industry. We will distil the many hours of debate and key policy developments that occur every day in Whitehall and Westminster into an easily digestible, practical overview of developments in sport policy and legislation packed with exclusive insight and analysis.”

    The first InSport Intelligence briefing considers the impact of Covid-19 on the health and fitness of children in the UK. It calls for a UK-wide ‘Summer of Sport’ to address the issue and suggests how the corporate sector can support this initiative. The briefing can be downloaded here.

    Lord Moynihan is a former UK Minister for Sport, former Chairman of the British Olympic Association, and an Olympic silver medallist. He is currently Vice Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Committee on Sport, Modern Slavery and Human Rights, a member of the International Olympic Committee’s Commission for Public Affairs and Social Development through Sport. 

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