Live Podcast With Andrew Trimble (#69)
Meet Andrew Trimble…
Andrew Trimble is a “retired egg chaser, entrepreneur and podcaster.”
That’s the bio he gave us anyway.
The former Ulster and Ireland rugby star played over 250 professional games before retiring in 2018 to pursue business.
After meeting his now co-founder Gareth Quinn (see episode #39), Trimble is now the CEO of Kairos, a sports-tech startup who exists to organise players hectic schedules to allow them to be fully present on game day and perform at their highest ability.
In today’s conversation, we talk about the transition from sport into tech, what life’s like after rugby and where the nickname Dopey Sheep comes from.
Trimble is a great great guy with a lot of life experience and hard work under his belt and has a lot to share and say in this week’s episode.
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Alright. Quick plug out of the way, it’s time to jump straight into today’s episode!