MCC BUSINESS BREAKFAST WITH NSW WARATAHS CEO
The Mudgee Chamber of Commerce are hosting a Business Breakfast on Friday 3 February at Mudgee Golf Club with Special Guest Speaker Mr Andrew Hore, NSW Waratahs Chief Executive Officer.
MCC Members receive a complimentary breakfast / Non MCC Members cost $20
Please book your tickets via Eventbrite https://www.eventbrite.com/e/waratahs-business-breakfast-tickets-31245223304
More information can be found here http://mudgeechamber.com.au/events-calendar/2016/12/12/mcc-business-breakfast-with-nsw-waratahs-ceo
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Andrew Hore - Chief Executive Officer, Waratahs Rugby & NSW Rugby Union
With 20 years’ experience in rugby, Andrew Hore has an excellent reputation for building solid teams that work across the business to create strong and sustainable results.
Hore spent the last four years at the helm of Ospreys in Wales, one of Europe’s leading rugby brands. Whilst there he helped develop the vision for the Ospreys region, overseeing the financial planning while maintaining a strong level of commercial and rugby performance.
He also led the development of a Community Foundation for Ospreys, to enhance the Club’s commitment to the community, and has also been extensively involved in negotiations to expand the European Rugby Competition.
With a background in sports science and business management, Hore started as the Performance Manager for Canterbury Rugby in 1997 and was involved in the initiation of the first rugby academy in New Zealand.
He continued as the Conditioning Coach for Canterbury Rugby and Crusaders Rugby from 1999 to 2002, a period which saw the Crusaders win the Super 12 Championship on three occasions.
In 2002, Hore joined the Welsh Rugby Union as Director of Physical Conditioning and Player Development. Whilst there he played an integral part in redeveloping the structure and culture of the Club, building a system which helped produce a grand slam winning team in 2005, the first grand slam for Wales in 27 years.
He then became the High Performance Manager at New Zealand Rugby Union before returning to Wales in his initial role at Ospreys as Chief Operating Officer.