In this CEO Series chat Sean Callanan interviews Netball New Zealand CEO Jennie Wyllie.

On this podcast you'll learn about:

  • How Jennie was drawn back to sports via the finance side of sports
  • How sports funding currently works and why it needs to change
  • Netball NZ's strategy on the future of it's sport and what other sports can learn from it
  • The resilience of sports industry especially Netball to bounce back from COVID-19
  • Sponsorship – how sports needs to adapt to changing needs of sponsors
  • Importance of connecting grassroots with elite for the health of the sport
Jenni Wyllie - Netball NZ CEO

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