Liam MooneyClub Fit For Business America Debuts in Washington D.C.

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Club Fit For Business America is delighted to announce its inaugural networking event on November 17 in Washington, D.C. with a special evening featuring international rugby legend Pedrie Wannenberg. Building on the award winning network that has premiered in Dubai, London, and Monaco, Fit For Business America will continue the tradition of exploring the synergy and similarities between success in business and professional sports and amplify the winning mindset common in both. A first for Fit For Business America, the Washington, D.C. event will lay the foundation for a significant presence in North America.

Club Fit For Business, Monaco is jointly founded by Elena D’Ischia of DCS Monaco and Liam Mooney of Blue Pencil. The Club will soon be announcing a number of Monaco focused ambassadors and honorary life members.

Club Fit For Business is a sports business network bringing together the sports business community, promoting the message of sport and encouraging more athletes to venture into the business world at the end of their professional sports careers.

Jason Reid Martin, Club Fit For Business, America “Ambassador” and Founding Member Said:

Bringing Club Fit For Business to the United States is an incredible opportunity to tap the deep talent in sports and business that exists in North America. It only makes sense that we start in the Nation’s Capital where so many top business and sports professionals call home. I believe this event is just the beginning for the club in the Americas. From Dubai to London and Monaco, Fit For Business has proven to be more than just a networking group; it is a platform that celebrates excellence and achievement across disciplines and I am sure that the upcoming event is going to continue to build on those elements while also introducing a unique perspective that will greatly compliment the club and its members across the pond and beyond.

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