PODCAST | Coronavirus and agencies: Richard Gillis and Lenah Ueltzen-Gabell on the middleman’s role

This week’s podcast focuses on the effect of Covid-19 on the sports agency business and how it may look to adapt to be best placed once normality eventually resumes.

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Agencies are at the centre of this week’s SportsPro podcast as the team take a look at how the business is evolving in light of Covid-19.

SportsPro editor at large Eoin Connolly and editorial director Michael Long are joined by Richard Gillis, the founder of Unofficial Partner, (06:59) to discuss the effect of the coronavirus pandemic on the sports agency business, including its current role in the industry and what change could be afoot once the lockdown lifts.

Then (35:55), Lenah Ueltzen-Gabell, Wasserman’s managing director for EMEA, tells deputy editor Sam Carp how the agency has responded to the Covid-19 health crisis, and shares some of the advice it has been offering its clients across the sports sector.

Agencies are at the centre of this week’s SportsPro podcast as the team take a look at how the business is evolving in light of Covid-19.

SportsPro editor at large Eoin Connolly and editorial director Michael Long are joined by Richard Gillis, the founder of Unofficial Partner, (06:59) to discuss the effect of the coronavirus pandemic on the sports agency business, including its current role in the industry and what change could be afoot once the lockdown lifts.

Then (35:55), Lenah Ueltzen-Gabell, Wasserman’s managing director for EMEA, tells deputy editor Sam Carp how the agency has responded to the Covid-19 health crisis, and shares some of the advice it has been offering its clients across the sports sector.

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