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DIRECTORS

 

BRUCE KAIDER - Managing Director

Bruce is the founder of One Management Group & Consulting (OMGC) and has been a director since 2006.

With over 15 years experience in sport and business, Bruce has worked in a range of organisations including import / export, professional sports teams, international multi sport events and in his role at OMGC as an athlete manager and sport marketing strategist.

As Managing Director, Bruce is responsible for the day to day running of the business and oversees both the Talent Management and the Sport Marketing Strategy businesses.

He has worked closely with athletes such as Andrew Bogut, Warren Tredrea, Suzy Batkovic, Lindy Olsen, Renae Hallinan and Jy Bond in the areas of contract negotiation, acquisition of endorsements and planning for life after sport.

Bruce received a Bachelor of Arts in Sports Management from Victoria University in 1998 and completed a Masters of Commerce at Deakin University majoring in Business Management & Marketing in 2005.  Bruce is also the current President of Sponsorship Australasia, the peak industry body for Sponsorship in Australia, Asia and New Zealand and is a member of the Editorial Board for the International Journal of Sponsorship.

     
 

ANDREW BOGUT - Director

Andrew has been a director of One Management Group & Consulting (OMGC) since July 2011.

Number 1 Draft Pick in the 2005 NBA Draft. He played for the Bucks as #6, Centre position and was recently traded to the Golden State Warriors where he will continue his exciting career.

Although now a sporting icon, Andrew had humble beginnings. A first generation Australian, he was born in Melbourne to Croatian parents who migrated in the 1970s. An  active child, Andrew knew he had found his passion after his first basketball season in the Under 12s in 1995.

Andrew played for local, representative and Victorian State teams before being awarded a full scholarship by the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) in 2002 and 2003. He worked hard and consistently to become a stand out player and was selected for the Australian Emus junior team. The Emus won gold at the Under 19 World Junior Championships in Greece, 2003, with Andrew being named the most valuable player (MVP).

     

 

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