Livingston James Group has joined Scottish Rugby’s ‘Scotland Business Club’, the club that brings together like-minded business professionals to build relationships around sport.
Livingston James Group already has established links with the sporting world, including previous partnerships with record breaking cyclist and motivational speaker, Mark Beaumont, and Davis Cup Captain, Leon Smith, along with its ongoing support of the children’s rugby charity, The Wooden Spoon.
Al Kellock, Ambassador and Commercial Operations Manager for Scottish Rugby said, “We are delighted to welcome Livingston James Group to the Scotland Business Club. We look forward to seeing them at BT Murrayfield on match days, hosting them at our events where we look at the links between sport and business and finally introducing them to our great network within the SBC. “
Founding director Jamie Livingston commented; “At Livingston James Group, we are passionate about helping our clients, candidates and colleagues achieve their potential. We have found significant parallels in building successful teams in business and the focus and determination required to succeed in elite sport, with transferable lessons in leadership, teamwork, and resilience to the fore.
“It is a fantastic time to be joining the Scotland Business Club with the NatWest 6 Nations kicking off on Saturday. We very much relate to the significant strides made by Scottish Rugby in last few years and not least the platform set for 2018 through the Autumn. 2018 is set to be an exciting year both for Scottish Rugby, and our business.”
The Scotland Business Club offers members the chance to build relationships around shared experiences including attendance at match days at BT Murrayfield, behind the scenes access to Scotland training during the NatWest 6 Nations, as well as becoming part of the wider Scottish Rugby family.
Find out more about the Scotland Business Club here