Sir Clive Woodward to be guest speaker at BII event

21 April 2015 by
Sir Clive Woodward to be guest speaker at BII event

Former England rugby coach Sir Clive Woodward has been announced as the guest speaker at the forthcoming British Institute of Innkeepers (BII) Summer Event & Annual Lunch on 2 June 2015.

Woodward is expected to offer personal tips on how to create a winning team and have a winning mentality, while guests will be invited to follow up with questions after the lunch.

One of Woodward's most notable achievements was leading the England Rugby team to victory in the 2003 Rugby World Cup. He also played an important part in helping to achieve Team GB's most successful Olympic Games to date at London 2012.

Tim Hulme, chief executive of the BII, said: "We are delighted to announce Sir Clive Woodward as this year's guest speaker. What better person to motivate our members than a World Cup winning coach.

"Clive has achieved great things with England Rugby and Team GB and we look forward to him sharing his experiences with us and finding out what methods he has applied to ensure success."

The event, which is a celebration of the licensed retail sector, will also host the BII awards, where guests can find out who will become the Licensee of the Year 2015.

Tickets, priced at £99 (+VAT) for members and £129 (+VAT) for non-members, can be booked online at or directly from the BII on 01276 684449

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