Sports firm gears up to go global

Sports management and marketing firm Carnegie Sports International NZ has appointed Murray Wright as managing director Carnegie NZ.
He succeeds former All Black Grant Fox, who has withdrawn from day to day management to focus on his rugby coaching career. He becomes New Zealand chairman.
Former Silver Fern and netball commentator Julie Coney, who has managed the hospitality division for 14 years, becomes director.
Carnegie organises sports stadium signage and replay screens, hospitality services, sports sponsorship, and player placement.
It was recently appointed to handle marketing sponsorship and hospitality services for Northern Spirit FC, the Sydney-based Australian National League soccer team recently acquired by Glasgow Rangers, owned by Carnegie’s parent company, Scottish-based Murray International Holdings.
The Rangers-Northern Spirit connection opens the door for closer involvement in Australia, says Murray Wright, adding they’ll be opening Sydney office.

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