Seb Coe visits Deloitte in Nottingham

Sebastian Coe, chairman of the London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games, visited the Nottingham office of Deloitte recently as part of a special one-day visit to the region, organised by the East Midlands Development Agency (EMDA) as part of the London 2012 Nations and Regions programme.

Lord Coe was in Nottingham to see the investment that is being made to encourage and promote sport within local communities. His tour of the city included a visit to Trent Bridge cricket ground, Nottingham Community Sport Infrastructure and Volunteering Project, and Dukeries College, in Ollerton.

Deloitte, which is the official professional services provider to the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, hosted a lunch for the two-time Olympic gold medalist, where he got to meet staff, including Nottingham office senior partner Mark Doleman.

Seb Coe visit to Deloitte in Nottingham

Picture caption (L to R): Mark Doleman, Deloitte Nottingham office senior partner, John Sinnott, chief executive of Leicestershire County Council, Jeff Moore, chief executive of EMDA, and Sebastian Coe.

Mr Doleman said: “We were delighted that Lord Coe took the time out of his busy schedule to visit our office. As the official professional services provider, Deloitte share his vision that 2012 leaves a real long lasting legacy across the country and we will do all we can to assist the 2012 team in London and the East Midlands to make sure this happens.”


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