Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) will bring its innovation arm — RCB Innovation Lab, the first ever Leaders’ Summit to India, scheduled in Bengaluru on 29 and 30 November. an outstanding array of global sports leaders who will explore together the convergence of sport, business, technology and social impact. They will address critical themes and share insights on diverse topics that are not only shaping the sports industry but are also poised to drive the future expansion of the Indian sports market.
The event will mark a historic occasion and will witness insightful debates in the presence of prominent figures from the world of sports such as BCCI secretary Jay Shah, Will Brass (Chief Commercial Officer of the English Premier League), Ellie Norman (Chief Communications Officer of Manchester United) . ), and Charlotte Burr (Director of Strategy, Corporate & Digital Development, FIFA).
In particular, Indian badminton legend Pullela Gopichand, Brendon McCullum (former New Zealand skipper and head coach of the England Test team), and Olympic gold medalist and world-beater Neeraj Chopra, Italian football icon and the World 2006 also seen at the summit. Alessandro Del Piero Trophy Winner, G20 Sherpa – India & Ex – CEO of Niti Aayog, Government of India Amitabh Kant among many other dignitaries.
Commenting on the event, Rajesh V Menon, vice-president and head of Royal Challengers Bangalore said, “Growth needs a catalyst; we want to create the perfect conditions for sport and business to succeed – planting the seeds of change through new connections, relationships, opportunities, ideas and perspectives. We want to make it faster by creating the best conditions – bringing together the best in the sports industry, on and off the field.”
Laura McQueen, managing director, Leaders in Sport, said: “We are entering an exciting new chapter in the world of sport. Leaders Meet is more than just an event; it is a convergence of some of the world’s most influential leaders and a platform for introducing new to the sports industry in India and South East Asia.
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