Campaign Against The Clock Hits The Mark
26 July 2012 by Adrian Hill
Marketing is all about timing and the 2011 Rugby World Cup in New Zealand presented a significant issue for sponsors of the British and Irish teams– a 13-hour difference on the clock. To read the full article you need to be registered. Share
It doesn’t matter how much money is thrown at a campaign, geography cannot be massaged. England, Ireland, Scotland
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The following role is key to the smooth operational flow of the World Rugby Series Tournaments teams’ logistics and all aspects of associated support.
This role is critical to the tournament and requires a highly organized, level-headed and calm individual who is used to managing complex information and making difficult decisions quickly. The Logistics Manager arranges, manages and co-ordinates all flights, accommodation, ground transport, visas and other travelling requirements associated with the World Series tournaments. The role is also responsible for logistics associated with World Rugby management staff, tournament match officials, event staff and other tournament related personnel.