Andy Scott

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Andy Scott is the Head of Group Sponsorships at Nedbank
Andy Scott is the Head of Group Sponsorships at Nedbank. Raising sponsorship for disabled athletes including the Paralympic Team.

A List of My Current Content.

Records 1 to 13 of 13
Issue Title Header Synopsis View Record
2013 Jan/Feb Goodbye 2012, Hello 2013 Have a brilliant 2013 and remember - stay "Off the wall!" View Record
2012 Nov/Dec After the dust has settled London Paralympic extravaganza View Record
2012 Sep/Oct Great Britain London 2012 has been and gone.. View Record
2012 Jul/Aug London Calling I am confident that Team South Africa will, as always, hold their heads high and make the nation proud. View Record
2012 May/Jun One of those Nights! A little like my first date... View Record
2012 Mar/Apr Sports Champions Athlete with a Disability - is remarkable View Record
2012 Jan/Feb Great Sporting Moments The Blade Runner has become a global brand View Record
2011 Nov/Dec Time out with the IPC President So why then does Sir Philip Craven believe that the 2012 Paralympic Games in London will be a success? View Record
2011 Sep/Oct Time out with the IPC President s it fair to expect conventional and traditional able-bodied sports federations to take on the complexities that surround sports for athletes with disabilities? View Record
2011 July/Aug To bid or not to bid! Roll on and Go Bokke! View Record
2011 May/Jun SA Golf - South African golf is in very good shape all round with Charl Schwartzel having recently won the US Masters - hot on the heels of Louis Oosthuizen’s runaway win in the 2010 Open! View Record
2011 Mar/Apr Where The Streets Have No Name It was unbelievable and will probably never be emulated! The sheer magnitude of the stage set, the precision and sounds of the band left us with indelible memories, U2 – You Rock! View Record
2011 Jan/Feb King Lucas is dead, long live the King! belated very happy, safe and prosperous 2011 to all RI subscribers and readers! Let’s pull together and make this year special! View Record