Sport Inside Asia

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Societe Generale and Valley RFC

PARTNERSHIP ACTIVATION & MANAGEMENT

Where Sport Inside Asia stands apart is that we will go out and find partnerships which suit your ambitions and ethos as a club or as a business. The similarities between sport and business have allowed us to link clubs and organisations with the same passion for success and ambition to grow.

Société Générale & Valley RFC

Société Générale & Valley RFC

A world renowned force in Rugby, Societe Generale are a major financial institution. With the aim of increasing their visibility in Asia and Hong Kong in particular, Sport Inside Asia created the partnership between them and Valley RFC, the most successful Rugby team in Hong Kong.

Société Générale & Singapore Cricket Club

Société Générale & Singapore Cricket Club

Société Générale & Singapore Cricket Club

With the aim of growing their visibility and presence in Asia, a partnership was created between them and SCC, the well-known club in Singapore. This link has allowed Societe Generale an increased presence in Asia and is a crucial part of their ongoing growth.

Natixis and Hong Kong Football Club

Natixis and Hong Kong Football Club

Natixis and Hong Kong Football Club

Natixis is a French corporate and investment bank who wanted increased visibility in Asia. The partnership created between them and the famous institution of HKFC occurred after the success of the Natixis cup organised by Sport Inside Asia. The event showed how effective sport is in increasing the visibility of a brand and what has emerged is strong partnership between Natixis and HKFC.

BRAND & TALENT MANAGEMENT

We thrive on making sure your brand delivers against all marketing and commercial objectives. We will work closely with you to make sure you get the best out of your brand with methods including the increase of brand popularity and visibility as well as effective use of campaigns and promotions communicated through appropriate channels.

Murray Graham Mexted

Murray Graham Mexted

Murray Graham Mexted is a former New Zealand rugby union player who played 34 tests for the All Blacks from 1979 to 1983. He also played 38 non-test games including 7 as captain. During his time with the All Blacks, he wore the Number eight jersey and was considered an excellent ball winner and an effective defender.

Adam Ashley-Cooper

Adam Ashley-Cooper

Adam Ashley-Cooper (born 27 March 1984 in Sydney) is an Australian rugby union player. He plays for Australia, and for the NSW Waratahs in the Super Rugby competition. He missed just four of the 56 Tests played by Australia between 2008 and 2011, and just one of 42 through 2009 and 2011.

Chester Mornay Williams

Chester Mornay Williams

Chester Mornay Williams is a former South African rugby union rugby player. He played as a winger for the Springboks from 1993 to 2000 including the famous 1995 World cup final. Williams also played rugby for the Western Province in the Currie Cup.

Juandré Kruger

Juandré Kruger

Juandré Kruger is a South African Rugby union footballer, contracted to Racing Métro 92 in the French Top 14. His preferred position is at Lock although he has also played in the back row. He has also represented South Africa internationally.

Salom Yiu Kam Shing

Salom Yiu Kam Shing

Salom Yiu Kam Shing is a Hong Kong Rugby Union player. He plays for Valley Fort RFC, the Hong Kong Rugby Sevens team and the Hong Kong national rugby union team.

Leigh Jones

Leigh Jones

Leigh Jones is the current coach of the Japanese National Rugby team. He has previously coached at Exeter in the English Premiership.

Sekope Kepu

Sekope Kepu

Sekope Kepu is an Australian professional rugby union player. He is a prop for the NSW Waratahs in the Super Rugby competition, making his debut in 2008. He also plays for the Wallabies in international matches.

Thomas Castaignède

Thomas Castaignède

Thomas Castaignède (born 21 January 1975) is a former French rugby union footballer. He joined Toulouse to help them win French titles in three successive seasons, and lifted the inaugural European Cup with the club. Castaignède then played for Castres Olympique before joining Saracens. Developing his career in preparation for his retirement, Castaignède became a rugby union columnist for The Guardian, a television pundit for Canal+ and occasionally ITV Sport, and started an association and occasional work with French banking group Société Générale.

William Servat

William Servat

William Servat was a French rugby union footballer who played at hooker for Toulouse in the Top 14 club competition. In February 2012, he announced that he would become forwards coach at Toulouse in the 2012–13 season. He also gained 44 caps for France internationally.

Bruce Trevor Reihana

Bruce Trevor Reihana

Bruce Trevor Reihana is a former rugby union footballer. He was a utility back, most notably for the majority of his career as Captain of Northampton Saints in the English Premership.

Rees

Rees

In May 2006, Rees was appointed as Head Coach to the newly created Wales U20 side, whilst continuing in his role as Wales Sevens Head Coach and assistant coach to the Newport Gwent Dragons. In October 2008 Rees accepted Hong Kong Rugby Football Union’s offer to become new head coach of the Hong Kong national sides.

Philippe Sella

Philippe Sella

Philippe Sella is a French former rugby union player. He became a member of the International Rugby Hall of Fame in 1999 and the IRB Hall of Fame in 2008.
He made a then world record 111 appearances (or caps) for France, and is one of only five players to have scored a try in every game during a Five Nations season.

Olivier Brouzet

Olivier Brouzet

Olivier Brouzet is a former French rugby union footballer. His usual position was at lock. He has played over 70 internationals for France, including being a part of numerous Rugby World Cup squads for France. He has also played for a variety of French and English clubs.

Jack Isaac

Jack Isaac

Jack Isaac is the current coach of Valley RFC in Hong Kong. He is a former Australian Sevens player and also represented Biaritz in the Top 14. He went on to coach the side, winning the French league.