This week saw an ENS team conference double whammy with MD, Rebecca Hopkins, first chairing a grassroots rugby panel at World Rugby’s Global Confex and then moderate a sports tech discussion for London Sport on Tuesday. She wasn’t the sole representative from ENS Towers as new Sports Technology Director, Mark Hunter, was part of Tuesday’s debate, alongside Kenny Brown from Premiership Rugby and Dan McLaren from Digital Sport. 

ENS is looking forward to working alongside gold medallist Mark Hunter after it was announced this week that the Olympic rowing hero will be joining the Sports Technology Awards of 1st November. Mark will be the awards’ new Director with responsibility for overseeing both the awards and further developing the brand.

Mark said ‘Having been a guest at the previous events, I always enjoyed the ceremony and I was impressed with the work the Sports Technology Awards team has done in creating something so powerful so quickly. That said, there is a lot more that we can be doing; I am especially excited by the potential of the Power List and the opportunities that exist for us in a variety of markets.’ 
He added ‘I thoroughly enjoyed my time at London Youth Rowing and remain committed to helping the charity inspire more young people in the capital to try rowing. It's been fascinating to see and experience how technology has evolved. It has now become an ever-increasing part of people's involvement with sport and I look forward to engaging with my network to unearth the technology, the innovations and the people the awards should be celebrating’.  
Good luck with the new role Mark. 

At ENS, we deliver great coverage for every client. Here are some of the pieces we have delivered this month:

  • Wolf Run enjoyed a full page in Coach magazine, advertising next month's Winter Wolf
  • Healthspan Elite featured in a two-page spread on immune-boosting tips written by Healthspan Elite expert, Wendy Martinson
  • A piece in City A.M. on second-screen viewing profiled Sportlobster and HOK 
  • The Sports Technology Awards were mentioned in a Huffington Post blog on Women in Sport Week

For more information on how we can get your business the coverage it deserves, call our office on +44(0)20 3150 2080. 

You, as a client like results and ENS, like all good agencies, likes to deliver. Here is a sample of just some of the coverage we have secured this week

· 1966 memorabilia experts, Brilliant Memorabilia had a double whammy with coverage in The Sun and The Drum

· Elite sports supplements brand, Healthspan Elite, enjoyed coverage in Reader's Digest and Athletics Weekly 

If you like the look of what we did for them, talk to us and see what we can do for you.

ENS is delighted to announce that we are working with our newest client, the WOLF Run, with immediate effect.

The WOLF Run is Wild Running - a unique combination of three kinds of off-road running: mud runs, trail runs and obstacle runs. It's the only Wild Run in the UK; a hardcore 10K across raw natural terrain, including open ground, woodland, lakes and thick mud. With annual events in each season, Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter, the WOLF Run is an exercise in extreme endurance and capability. For more information, please visit




National Women in Engineering Day took place yesterday and concluded with a panel discussion dedicated to Sports Technology, hosted by the Institute of Mechanical Engineers in London.

Chairing the panel was ENS MD, Rebecca Hopkins, in her role as CEO of the Sports Technology Awards. The Panel comprised Christina King of Sheffield Hallam, Alice Bullas of Loughborough, former international triathlete, Steph Forrester of Manchester Metropolitan.

The panel was inundated with questions from delegates although one stumped us – 7 year old Willow Banks asked via Twitter what sports technology was available to give people superpowers. Watch this space Willow…

ENS is delighted to announce that we are working with our newest client, Brilliant Memorabilia, with immediate effect.

With this year marking 50 years since England's iconic World Cup Win, Brilliant Memorabilia is releasing a limited edition disc in time for Father's Day, which features everyone’s favourite football anthem, Baddiel and Skinner and The Lightening Seeds, “Three Lions on a Shirt”, in a framed presentation displaying the England World-Cup-Winning Squad 1966 line-up, lyrics and back-story to the song. For more information, please visit


ENS is delighted to welcome Luke Zak to the team. Luke has worked in sports PR for 8 years and joins our roster of football nuts in the office. As someone who, in his own words, 'spends all of his free time watching or playing sport', he feels extremely privileged to work in the same industry - and he's not bad at playing it either, Luke recently got the chance to play football at the iconic White Hart Lane! 

You, as a client like results and ENS, like all good agencies, likes to deliver. Here is a sample of the coverage we have secured for some of our clients recently:

· Elite sports supplement brand, Healthspan Elite, held a roundtable on doping in sport, featured in Athletics Weekly

· The Sports Technology Awards were featured in the leading football business magazine, FC Business

· ENS helped to launch FootiEmoji, the emoji app for football fans created by Ryan Bertrand and his business partner Louis Bell, with coverage on GOAL

· Brandtix, sport's global index platform, went national this week with a feature in City AM

If you like the look of what we did for them, talk to us and see what we can do for you.

On Wednesday ENS was delighted to support the launch of new football emoji app, Footiemoji. The brainchild Ryan Bertrand and his business partner, Louis Bell, the app also enjoyed the backing of EPL stars John Terry and Jose Fonte.

Live streaming on Facebook, accompanied the media interviews, caused the launch to trend on Twitter, with the night concluding with a brief ‘Flack vs Hack’ table football match (the result of which is still under debate…).

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