Art & Design

Rugby as business: hints for Japan

16 February 2016, Glasgow

With the recent performance at the Rugby World Cup, rugby has attracted wider attention for the first time in Japan. How could Japan move forward from here? How could a rugby team develop as business? How could the most important asset of a rugby team, rugby players, could be nurtured as an individual? How could people outside the rugby world engage with rugby in addition to watching games? 


Fergus Wallace, a former Glasgow rugby player and a former Business Development Manager at Glasgow Warriors, will discuss these issues based on his experience as a rugby player and a business person.


Free and open to the public.


This public lecture is a part of Japan Matters series. This lecture is organised by Japan Desk Scotland in cooperation with University of Glasgow Chaplaincy, with grant from the Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation.


Admission Free

16 February 2016, 2 to 4pm
University of Glasgow Chapel, University of Glasgow, G12 8QQ, 
Japan Desk Scotland