Norman Jackson played first class rugby for the Edinburgh Academicals and London Scottish and social rugby for the British Rugby Club of Paris, YC & AC in Tokyo and the University of Wellington in New Zealand. For the last 11 years he has been on the Board of London Scottish, a fully professional rugby side in the RFU Championship, one below the Premiership. With Investor Relations responsibilities, he has helped raise over £7 million from 160 investors.

For the last 30 years, he has worked with the owners of SMEs as an Adviser, Mentor, Non-Executive Director, Chairman and Corporate Financier, buying and selling companies and raising investors’ monies, working with over 1,000 businesses in the process.

With the final of the World Cup in Japan taking place on 2nd November, the timing is ideal for Norman to speak about “What Business Owners Can Learn from the World of Rugby”.