Caroline Rowland

Credited by The Observer as being one of the ten most influential people in bringing the Olympic Games to London, Caroline is a senior level business leader in sport and media. She has worked with the world’s most significant leagues and governing bodies from Street League Skateboarding to FIFA, and has been part of the England Cricket Board to create The Hundred.

Caroline has been recognised as a formidable entrepreneur, prolific global filmmaker and storyteller with over 100 international awards for her films, including and Emmy nomination for FIRST: THE OFFICIAL FILM OF THE LONDON 2012 Olympic Games, and induction into the Olympic FICTS Hall of Fame to recognise her contribution to film and television in sports.

She has been a finalist in the EY Entrepreneur of the Year, winner of the British-South African Female Businessswoman of the Year and Business Leader of the Year finalist. She has also been awarded the Distinguished Old Rhodian award by her alma mater, Rhodes University.

She founded New Moon in 1996 and grew the business to become a multi million dollar a year agency, building an extensive archive of digital rights. As such, she is more aware than most of the complexity of managing large volumes of content and maximising its potential to generate revenue.