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Mark MacDiarmid joins Club Inc

12.27am 23rd August 2012 - People - This story was updated on Thursday, August 23rd, 2012

There are few CVs in golf that match that of Mark MacDiarmid, who has officially joined Club Inc as co-Director. This is yet another significant step forward for Club Inc, which is aiming to become the one-stop-shop for clubs and individuals seeking help within the golf industry and beyond.

The former Director of Special Projects for the Ryder Cup and Private Advisor to HRH Prince Abdul Hakeem of Brunei has joined Club Inc following a take-up of the career coaching program throughout which he was overwhelmed by the company’s vision. So much so that he invested.

Understandably buoyant over his new involvement with Club Inc, MacDiarmid said: “I went to see Niall (Flanagan, Managing Director of Club Inc) for some career coaching and found the content so in depth and professional. We had a very productive transition from session to session, and, as a result, my CV has been transformed.

“The process really opened my eyes and allowed me to realise what opportunities were out there. I was so inspired by the experience that I wanted to know more about Club Inc and how they (or we!) help clubs and individuals within the sports industry develop their business acumen.”

Niall Flanagan said: “I’m delighted that Mark has joined the company. His unparalleled experience in the golf industry, which includes a pivotal role in the largest event in the sport and therefore an in-depth understanding of diplomacy, confidentiality and professionalism, will be a huge asset moving forward.

“He’s worked for heads of state, internationally recognised celebrities and the members and directors of the European Tour. His experience at every level of the industry will allow him to fully recognise their needs and aspirations.”

Club Inc www.clubincorporated.com

 

       

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