The Welsh Sports Association is delighted to welcome Business Development Manager, Tom Sharp, to our team.

Tom’s background is in Digital, working on the agency side; developing relationships, understanding customer requirements, scoping technical solutions and implementing strategic recommendations.  With a wealth of experience in the B2B, B2C and charitable sector,  Tom has worked with a wide variety of clients including Carluccios, Eat Natural, Sweaty Betty, IMG Media, Next, AoC Sport and Crew Clothing. Tom’s remit is to utilise his skill set to further enhance our membership & partnership offerings.

Tom said:

“I am really excited about this role as I’m passionate about all sports, so this is a brilliant opportunity to combine my business skills with my interests. I’m also looking forward to getting out and about and meeting our members and getting to the heart of the services they need, so that the WSA can help provide the solutions.”

Victoria Ward, WSA CEO, said:

“Having Tom join the WSA is a real coup for us. He brings great new skills to our dynamic team and will play a vital role in attracting new relationships and services for our members so that they can be set up for success. Ensuring the financial and organisational sustainability of our members is a top priority for the WSA, and given the cross-sector need to improve our digital understanding, Tom’s background will be really valuable to the WSA and its members as we strive to improve sector resiliency.

“Tom loves sport, from squash to scuba diving, and has set a personal goal to have participated in each one of our members’ sports by the end of 2018, so we encourage our members to help make this challenge a reality!”

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