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Exclusive: Sport Industry Group appoints new directors

Sport Industry Group has appointed James Monteith as its managing director in South Africa, while Adam Fraser has been named executive director in the UK.

Fraser, Sport Industry Group’s former head of communications, will operate the company’s industry events including the BT Sport Industry Awards and Nolan Partners Sport Industry Breakfast Club.

Monteith, the former director of South African sport and sponsorship research company BMI Sport Info, will take up his new role immediately leading the company’s continued expansion and will be based at its office in Johannesburg.

Nick Keller, chairman of the Sport Industry Group, said: “These appointments come at a very exciting time for our international business. I am particularly delighted to welcome James to the Sport Industry Group as our expansion continues – he has a wealth of knowledge of the South African market and I am confident will lead the Sport Industry Group there from strength to strength.”

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