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NWU alumnus: Duitser Bosman

NWU Business School celebrates another alumnus, Duitser Bosman.

Duitser has more than 20 years’ experience in the sporting industry. His expertise lie in the development and running of various sporting competitions that include strategy development, business development, financial management and social media management within the sporting environment. Duitser’s sports management skills were recognised by SA Rugby, and he was afforded the unique opportunity to serve as the British and Irish Lions’ South African manager during their 2009 tour to South Africa.

Some of his extraordinary professional achievements include being the first appointed CEO of the very successful Varsity Cup Programme (inter-university rugby competition) as well as the Varsity Sports. This experience has contributed to the development of advanced skills in building and positioning sporting brands, innovative marketing and branding expertise.

“Engaging and partnering with a diverse range of stakeholders and managing all aspects of a business is a critical skillset that I have to offer.” Duitser says.

He completed his MBA at the NWU Business School in 2000 and served as marketing manager for the PUK Rugby Institute for seven years. Some of his Varsity Cup and Varsity Sports achievements include growing Varsity Cup from a Superbowl stretching over a weekend to a turnover R7 million in 2008, with continual growth to R25million in 2013. He developed Varsity Cup and Varsity Shield to include the involvement of 16 universities.

Currently, Duitser resides in the Paarl with his wife and three kids, where he works as CEO for his company, Duitser Bosman Sport (Pty) Ltd. His company enjoys immense success and helps turn spectators into clients through quality sport management, competition management and sport sponsorship.

If you are looking for expert sport, competition and sponsorship management, you can visit his website at: https://dbsport.co.za/what-we-offer/

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