Considerations for Establishing a Spt Sci Business Podcast

Considerations for Establishing a Spt Sci Business Podcast
This podcast with outline the Considerations for establishing a successful Sports Science Consultancy Business. 

The recording is of a webinar presented by ESSA on 28/08/2019. 

Presented by Marc Portus

Marc Portus has over 20years’ experience in elite sport, we of those leading and managing high performance teams at Cricket Australia, Praxis Sport and at the Australian Institute of Sport. He has an Executive MBA with an international leadership specialisation and a PhD investigating spinal injuries in cricket fast bowlers.

Marc has extensive experience working in multi-jurisdictional business contexts, delivering performance frameworks, research outcomes and technological innovations across multiple governance and geographical boundaries, for Cricket Australia as the SSSM Manager, for the International Cricket Council as an HP consultant and for the Australian Sports Commission as the Head of AIS Movement Sciences.

Marc also specialises in projectile biomechanics, offering consulting services to cricket fast bowlers as “The Pace Doctor”, baseball pitchers and all football codes kicking skills. 

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Non-Member       $50.00
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Any Accredited Exercise Scientist, Accredited Exercise Physiologist, Accredited Sport Scientists Level 1 and/or Accredited Sport Scientists Level 2



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