Heath Harvey

  • Harvey Leaves Saracens

    The board of Saracens have announced that Heath Harvey will leave his position as CEO to pursue other opportunities. Saracens chairman, Nigel Wray said: “Over the past couple of seasons Saracens has enjoyed significant success on and off the pitch and we would like to thank Heath for the contribution that he has made as CEO during that period. We wish Heath and his family all the very best in the future. The club is focused on building upon recent successes and is excited about the challenges...

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  • Saracens CEO, Heath Harvey Audio Interview

    Saracens CEO Heath Harvey has been interviewed on audio by South African online magazine, Biznews.com, providing insight into the man and his work. He inherited a club that was already on the rise and has taken it even further in the two years since replacing Edward Griffiths. Harvey was born in Johannesburg and spent his first 15 years in SA, schooled at The Ridge and Michaelhouse. In the interview in his office at the home of Saracens (Allianz Park in north London) he lifted the veil on what m...

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  • Ex-Saracens Boss Harvey Joins Cycling Firm Sweet Spot

    The sports event management and marketing company, SweetSpot Group, which organise the OVO Energy Tour of Britain and OVO Energy Women’s Tour, has announced the appointment of ex-Saracens boss, Heath Harvey as CEO. Hugh Roberts, executive chairman of SweetSpot Group, commented: “Heath has a 22-year track record in the sports and leisure industry with a reputation for the effective operation, sales and marketing of events, sports destinations and leisure properties across golf, stadia and mos...

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  • Club Wembley's Harvey Becomes Saracens CEO

    Saracens have announced that Club Wembley director Heath Harvey is to replace Ed Griffiths as the club's new chief executive. Harvey was responsible for all the commercial activities of Club Wembley at Wembley Stadium until recently and has both director level and sports related experience. Club Wembley is the UK's largest sports hospitality business with an annual turnover of £50m and Harvey helped to transform it into one of the most highly regarded and acknowledged sports, music and entert...

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  • Harvey And Bombrys Join Expo Chief Execs Panel

    Rugby Expo 2016 have announced that Heath Harvey, chief executive of Saracens and Nathan Bombrys, managing director of Glasgow, have joined the line-up of expert speakers at their event in Coventry on 3rd November. They will be joined by David Armstrong of Wasps and Mike Rush of St Helens Rugby League on a ‘CEO Council’ which will discuss and debate the biggest rugby issues of the moment in an hour-long session which promises to be one of the highlights of an outstanding day. The CEO Council...

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  • Saints Sell East Stand Naming Rights

    St Helens have agreed a deal to sell the naming rights for the East Stand at Langtree Park to McLaughlin & Harvey for the next two seasons. The building and civil engineering firm, which was formerly known as Barr Construction, designed and built the 18,000-seater stadium back in 2011. The contractor is currently working on other projects such as Ashton Gate in Bristol and was previously involved with Tollcross International Swimming Centre in Glasgow for the 2014 Commonwealth Games, the Lon...

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  • Saracens Get Council Planning Approval

    ... for all sport users as well as additional space for Middlesex University’s London Sports Institute. The improvements will enhance facilities to support and grow Saracens’ charitable arm, the Saracens Sports Foundation. Chief executive of Saracens, Heath Harvey, said: “We are naturally delighted with the decision made by Barnet Council. Our planning application was incredibly thorough and considered all the feedback we had received in the months leading up to today. We will continue to wor...

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  • Saracens Outsource Commercial Activity

    ... ticketing, merchandise, and Alllianz Park events. Mitesh Velani will take on the role of Saracens CEO on a permanent basis and will oversee all other aspects of the club, including rugby operations. See also... Harvey Leaves Saracens Ex-Saracens Boss Heath Harvey Joins Sweetspot Saracens £45m In Debt    ...

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  • Saracens To Play Newcastle In Philadelphia In September?

    The Aviva Premiership fixture between Saracens and Newcastle Falcons may be staged in the USA in September. The Guardian has reported that Premiership executives seem not so wary of a direct conflict with NFL fixtures. Heath Harvey of Saracens has said that in terms of viewing figures and participation American football is “having a hard time”, creating “a vacuum which we would all like to see rugby union step into”. The second Premiership fixture on US soil will not clash with internati...

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  • McCafferty Confirmed For Expo

    ... conversation with conference moderator Kevin Roberts. The session kicks off a day of top level discussion and debate involving the people behind the biggest names in club rugby, examining the opportunities and challenges facing the sport and those who run it. Heath Harvey, chief executive of Saracens and Nathan Bombrys, managing director of Glasgow, will be joined by David Armstrong of Wasps and Mike Rush of St Helens on a ‘Club Council’ which will discuss the hottest topics of the day in a...

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