Gambit Corporate Finance provides strategic advice to Inspiresport Group Limited

Gambit Corporate Finance (“Gambit”) is pleased to have provided strategic advice to Inspiresport Group Limited (“Inspiresport”), helping the company structure and implement its Covid-19 mitigation strategy and develop its future growth plans.

Inspiresport is a premium sports development tour company offering young players of all standards the opportunity to train and play at some of the world’s elite professional clubs. The Company offers unique & bespoke tours that include itineraries across the UK, Europe, North America, South Africa, Australasia and Asia. For over 14 years, Inspiresport tours have provided young players with a truly unique experience.

The Gambit team was led by Jason Evans (Partner) who was responsible for advising the company through the recent period of volatility. He was supported by Michael Dunn (Analyst).

Inspiresport commented “Jason and the team at Gambit provided excellent advice to Inspiresport throughout the project.  Their knowledge and extensive network ensured that we were able to maximise outputs, minimise business disruption and prepare a platform for the post pandemic world”

Jason Evans said “It was a pleasure working with a high calibre team in the shape of Steve and James, the business was very well placed pre Covid-19 and with the measures in hand the business will return to pre Covid success as soon as it is able”.

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