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Gareth Balch – Sport set for a New World Order as the biggest and most innovative emerge stronger from pandemic

Covid-19’s brutal impact on the global sports economy is forcing the pace of necessary change according to Two Circles chief executive Gareth Balch, who believes that while some properties will go to the wall, the biggest, most innovative and creative can survive and thrive.

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