Jockey Club Makes Three Senior Commercial Appointments
British racetrack operator, the Jockey Club, has announced details of three senior commercial appointments in a plea to combat the negative impacts the coronavirus has had to its operation.
British racetrack operator, the Jockey Club, has announced details of three senior commercial appointments in a plea to combat the negative impacts that Coronavirus has had to its operation.
Charlie Boss will join the company as its new chief commercial officer. Alexandra Goldschmidt will assumed the role of director of partnerships and Hannah Grosvenor will be the national sales director.
Charlie Boss will start his new role in March after he has vacated his position as commercial director for sports in Europe and Africa for the Walt Disney Company.
Goldschmidt will be covering the maternity leave of Carey Weeks. He has experience as the commercial director at English rugby union club Harlequins and was previously director of partnerships for the National Football League.
Grosvenor has been promoted from within the business, having been with Jockey Club since 2008.
“The appointments are the latest examples of the kind of talent we are privileged to welcome and nurture within the Jockey Club, which will ensure we recover from the Covid-19 pandemic on as strong a footing as possible,” new Jockey Club chief executive Nevin Truesdale said.
“Charlie and Alex bring fantastic track records from Disney, The NFL, ESPN, the RFU, The FA and Harlequins between them, while Hannah’s achievements are a product of her own effort and the support around her within the Jockey Club, making her a great exemplar of what any Jockey Club employee can achieve.”
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