Jamie Heaslip’s holding company doubled its profits in the year to February 2016, showing that he understands how to manage his money as well as he does a rolling maul on the rugby pitch.
The accumulated profits at Sabra Management now stand at €135,235.
He also has a minority stake holding in the Bridge 1859 pub and restaurant in Ballsbridge, the Lovin Dublin publishing company, and recently launched a new CocoFuzion drink looking to expand into the growing wellbeing sector.
Of all the sporting stars who express an interest in business beyond the game, Heaslip is certainly the most curious, the most active and the most likely to succeed through working hard to raise his own level of knowledge and understanding.
He has been an investor in start up companies and took a particular interest and role in the Web Summit when it was here in Dublin.
We know he is a regular reader of Sport for Business so if you are reading Jamie, hope the recovery from injury is going well and looking forward to seeing you at a Sport for Business event in the near future.