Peter Scrivener was a professional rugby player at London Wasps from 1992 – 2003 until he was forced into retirement with a career ending injury.
During his career he won two Tetley Bitter Cups, three Premiership titles and one Heineken Cup. He also represented England at U18’s, U21’s, A and Sevens as well as the Barbarians.
He has worked for BBC Radio 94.9FM and Sky Sports as a rugby commentator following his retirement from rugby in 2003.
He joined Tickets.com a subsidiary of Major League Baseball Advanced Media in 2004 as Sales Manager for Sport and progressed to Head of Sales during the 18 months he was there. In 2006 he joined London Wasps as Commercial Director and enjoyed four seasons with rugby’s most successful club.
In 2009 he created Klas International with Kenny Logan and sold this to Business Services Group Alpha Solution in 2021.
His speaking career began whilst being injured at Wasps as he started to host all their corporate events and match day hospitality. Clients have included Microsoft, Royal Bank of Canada, Robert Walters, The Wooden Spoon, Action for AT, The Alpha Club and sports clubs all over the world.
He co-founded The Wasps Legends Charitable Foundation which raises money for charity projects all over the world and is a major part of his life.
Corporate and Business
Peter is a versatile presenter whether it be for a small SME or a global company event. He has worked with multinational companies hosting events be it light hearted or commercially focused.
Peter is the co-founder of The Wasps Legends Charitable Foundation and since retirement has hosted many charity events as the main host, auctioneer or a combination of both.
Peter has hosted worldwide sports events as a key note speaker, host and auctioneer. Venues have included 6 Nations Stadiums, The Hong Kong Rugby Club, Premiership Rugby Clubs, National League Clubs and Junior Rugby Clubs.
Peter has delivered a number of educational speeches based on his transition from sport to business and coping with injury. Peter’s career was unfortunately littered with periods of injury and his story can hopefully inspire others.