In photos: Dinner at Soho House with Sir Steve Redgrave

Last month, Athlete Career Transition hosted a special, intimate dinner with Sir Steve Redgrave in Soho House, London.

In the room was an exclusive group of our current partners, consultants, experts and also some potential future partners. Attendees all shared experiences and mingled with elite high achieving athletes that we’re working with including Ryan Jones and Derek Redmond.

Our guests got to hear how the athletes we work with feel about their own transitions from sport into business, and were able to discuss with their fellow diners the parallels between elite sport and top level business.

The event was a great success, and we’re already looking forward to the next one.

Here are a few photos taken on the night by the very talented Michael Redina.

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Steve Moore

Eight years ago Steve was lying in a hospital bed, following back surgery, having just been told his professional rugby union career of almost 10 years was over! Steve had no retirement plans in place, had done no preparation, had few qualifications and just 4 years experience as a rookie Police officer to draw on, the future was a bleak and scary place!! Fast forward eight challenging years and since retiring from professional sport Steve has successfully worked predominantly in the internet and sportswear industries. He was the founder of online rugby retail company just4rugby, which was built from a standing start to become the second highest ranked online rugby retail company in the UK. Steve also created sportswear brand, just4sport, working successfully in the Middle East and Eastern Europe in particular. As a proud, retired, Welsh International, Barbarian and experienced entrepreneur Steve is passionate about creating the smoothest transition possible for today’s elite athletes. Steve is responsible for the development os ACT’s Business Partnerships and works closely with ACT’s Advisory Team and Business Partners ensuring that work placements on the ACT pathway are structured, meaningful and valuable for both the athlete and the Business Partner.