Big Red Management
Over the past decade Big Red Management has built itself to be one of the market leaders in the Sports Management Industry specialising in the world of Rugby Union.
Big Red Management represent some of the biggest names in world rugby, including Lewis Moody, Alun Wyn Jones, Ben Foden, Ugo Monye and Jamie Roberts, as well as a crop of prodigious young talent. We pride ourselves on integrity and most importantly, a personal service. We work hard to build long term relationships with each of our clients.
Through experience and a dedicated team of professionals our job is to make our clients lives as easy as possible off the field, so that on it they can concentrate on doing what they do best, playing rugby.
In this ever more competitive market place we never lose sight of the individual, who trusts us to develop their career and advise them properly on all the areas that a successful modern sports person encounters.
A fundamental part of successful talent management is building the marketing value of the individual, investigating all present opportunities whilst looking to prepare for the future with maximised off the field earnings.
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