Welcome to Insight Bites – bite sized insights from leaders worldwide as sport and recreation recovers from COVID-19
Posted: 19 June 2020
In recent months, the world has been struggling to contain and manage the threat posed by the COVID-19 pandemic. Sport and recreation has faced enormous challenges, with lockdowns preventing activity plus social distancing and gathering rules changing the way participants interact. Elite sport came to a complete standstill. As we all navigate this uncertain world, learning and leaning on the expertise of those at the top of their games has never been more important.
In these quick bite-sized conversations, moderated by our CEO Rachel Froggatt, we will connect with leaders from all over the sector in Aotearoa New Zealand and globally, to find our what they are seeing, how they are managing and what they are learning during rebuild and recovery from this unprecedented situation.
“Insights Bites” in brought to you in partnership with Trans – Tasman Business Circle SportsConnect.
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Tuesday 14 July 2020: Christina Yu and Joe Hitchcock, Board Member and Chief Executive of Badminton New Zealand
Friday 3 July 2020: Nick Sautner, Chief Executive of Eden Park
Friday 26 June 2020: Johanna Wood, President of New Zealand Football
Friday 19 June 2020: Cate Sexton, Head of Women’s Rugby at NZ Rugby