Jamie Heaslip - former Irish rugby union and Leinster Rugby player - earned 100 caps for Ireland during his international career from 2006 to 2017, making him one of the most capped players in Irish national team history. As well as captaining both his province and country, he won three Six Nations titles in green, including the 2009 Grand Slam, and scored 13 tries. He was twice nominated for the World Rugby Player of the Year Award and his try against Italy in the 2016 Six Nations saw him win the World Rugby Try of the Year Award. Heaslip was part of two British and Irish Lions tours in 2009 and 2013, winning 12 caps.
Off the field Heaslip is a stakeholder in a number of Dublin’s leading pubs and restaurants including The Bridge 1859 and Lemon and Duke. His business interests also extend to investments in tech firms Kitman Labs and Pointy. Heaslip is also an investor in the Lovin Group media company, the Dublin-based ‘lighting as a service’ firm UrbanVolt and peer-to-peer lending platform Flender. He is currently working with Google in their Dublin operation.
At DMX Dublin, Jamie will be interviewed about...
Life After Rugby: Applying what I learnt in rugby to busines- and life!