Interview: Sports Technology Awards founder Rebecca Hopkins
Rebecca’s company, ENS, is an award-winning PR agency with over a decade of success working with brands, individuals and sports organizations, including BT, Craig Bellamy, Visit England, the LTA and Rhino Rugby.
Rebecca’s most recent ventures have been to devise and co-found The Sports Technology Awards (www.sportstechnologyawards.com) and Women’s Sports Week.
Not only did she found The Sports Technology Awards in 2013 but before that she started the Sport Industry Awards, which is still going strong as the BT Sport Industry Awards, after she sold it to Benchmark Sports.
Her background in events with the publishing industry and love of sports has seen her carve out a great career. She talks through the highs and lows of owning your own company, seeing out financial crashes and her views on industry events we have now.
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