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Causeway helping Wasps development on and off the pitch

Chris Elder wins the Causeway-Wasps Academy Business Coaching Competition

Causeway's Chief Executive Officer Phil Brown and Chris Elder

Causeway's Chief Executive Officer Phil Brown and Chris Elder

The Causeway-Wasps Academy Business Coaching programe was initiated by Causeway alongside its sponsorship of the London Wasps Academy and Academy Apprenticeship.

The programme utilises expertise within Causeway to help develop skills for young rugby players beyond the playing field, such as interview techniques and writing CVs.

Causeway, the leading supplier of software and services for the built environment, has announced the latest winner – Wasps Academy’s Chris Elder - who won through against stiff competition and was presented with an iPhone 4 by Causeway Chief Executive Officer Phil Brown.

“Causeway takes its social responsibilities very seriously and we are delighted we have been able to use our strong links with the London Wasps Academy to help young people develop the skills they need to succeed,” Phil Brown enthused.

Causeway’s Corporate Social Responsibility programme encompasses the areas of Sports, the Arts and Sustainability. In addition to supporting the London Wasps, the company sponsors fundraising games by England Rugby Legends, CycleSlam and Yorke Dance, as well as supporting industry charities such as Byte Night.

To find out more on London Wasps Academy and Causeway click here.

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