By Equine MediRecord
The Sport for Business 30 under 30, supported by PwC, brings together those who have been nominated and selected in 2020 as being among the likely future leaders in the business of sport.
The Kildare native was also selected for his work outside EMR. He has also been behind the establishment of Secret Street Tours, a not for profit initiative helping homeless people towards a path of independent living.
Pierce attended Blackrock College in Dublin where he played rugby and was captain of the Judo team before going on to found the Blackrock Alumni Racing Syndicate that has horses in training with Joseph O’Brien and won the Microsoft Cup in 2019 at Leopardstown Racecourse.
Equine MediRecord won the Number One Draft Pick Awards at the 2017 One Xero Conference in Dublin and Best Use of Mobile at the Energia Digital media Awards in 2018.
A Graduate in International Politics and History from Trinity College in Dublin, he also earned a Masters in Management from the same college in 2017.
To read the full announcement you can visit the Business for Sport article here.
Sport for Business is publishing, networking and events business at the heart of the commercial world of Irish sport. They connect sport and business in ways that go well beyond the standard forms of sponsorship and hospitality.
Through their industry-leading Sport for Business Daily Digest, they engage daily with an audience of 4,000 leaders in sport, business, politics and society.
They host and partner with over 30 events during the year and they work closely with their members to make things happen for them.
Sport for Business was voted the Best Emerging Sports Business of 2016 at the Sport Industry Awards. They were shortlisted as Sports Business of the Year and Sports media Outlet of the Year in 2019.
To find our more about Sport for Business visit their website here.