Dublin GAA star Bernard Brogan reveals business inspiration

Dublin GAA star Bernard Brogan reveals business inspiration

DUBLIN GAA star Bernard Brogan was the special guest at an event held at the Hospital Club in London’s West End, which was organised by MJ Hudson in association with PepTalk.

The event featured a conversation with Bernard Brogan on his sporting and business successes.

Bernard & James Brogan of Pep Talk

#Exclusive Dublin GAA stars turned entrepreneurs Bernard & James Brogan chat about business, well-being and all things sport ☘

Posted by The Irish Post on Friday, February 9, 2018

In addition, Bernard and his business partner James, who is also part of the Dublin football alumni, discussed well-being in the workplace and their new company PepTalk.

Dublin footballer Bernard Brogan in conversation with Eamon Devlin, Managing Partner, MJ Hudson (Pictures: Malcolm McNally)

Bernard Brogan is one of Ireland's best-known sporting figures and has played for the Dublin football team for the past 12 years, winning five All-Ireland Medals, 11 Leinster Medals and four GAA Football All-Star Awards.

Bernard and James Brogan from PepTalk are pictured 3rd and 4th left with Jordan Tilley, Archie Reed and Barry O’Neill from Clear Currency

He is also a qualified chartered accountant and holds a Master’s in Business Management and Marketing.

Dublin footballer Bernard Brogan and Eamon Devlin, Managing Partner, MJ Hudson

Bernard is a Co-Founder of Legacy Consultants and PepTalk, a tech start-up focused on employee engagement, well-being and performance through gamification and data analysis.

Emma-Louise Curley from MJ Hudson, Ciaran Williams from Fenwick Elliott, Megan Lau from MJ Hudson and Alice Murray from The Drawdown

Proceeds from the evening’s raffle went to the Prison Advice and Care Trust (Pact), a national charity that provides support to prisoners, people with convictions, and their families.

Sheena Munsami from Yellow Jersey and Vicky Elliott and Joanna Griffin from MJ Hudson