The Inaugural Hong Kong
Rugby Business Network Reception
Tuesday 17 February from 6.30pm till 10pm
KEE Club, 6th Floor, 32 Wellington Street,
Central, Hong Kong
The Rugby Business Network (RBN) was set up in 2010 by Colm Hannon, a digital entrepreneur and ex-professional rugby player. A not-for-profit organisation, the network is dedicated to encouraging and celebrating the application of rugby’s values to business.
Since its inception, the RBN has rapidly become the largest business network in the world with over 25,000 people with a passion for rugby. Our RBN members regularly hold events in over 50 cities around the world, where they help and inspire each other in business and life.
By connecting our RBN members, we hope they can better justify a sustainable investment back into the rugby community, whether that’s through grassroots rugby, charities associated with the game or sponsorship of elite-level competitions. We want to create a sense of anticipation and excitement about the potential of rugby and business to move forward together.
The network is built on the rugby community’s goodwill, with the world’s top players, coaches and business leaders speaking for free at events held in venues laid on by supportive companies.
A few months ago John Parsons, Steve Tait and Seru Rabeni approached the RBN in the UK with a view to establishing a branch in Hong Kong and by default became the organising committee. They are supported by the T8 management team who are engaged pro bono - if you would like to be part of the organising group then please do let us know. Go Here to See the Flyer
If your company looks to build relationships based on common values and integrity, then there is no better vehicle in the rugby world than the RBN. Don’t just take our word for it; come and find out for yourself by attending the inaugural RBN event in Hong Kong.
For more information on the RBN please go to www.therugbybusinessnetwork.com
Should you have any queries please contact us on: 2517 8248 or email: