Who we are
Chief Executive Officer
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 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.
Kenny Logan was a professional rugby player starting his rugby career at Stirling County. He joined London Wasps in 1996, staying until 2003 and winning 3 premiership titles, which included 2 Tetley Bitter Cups, a European Cup and a Heineken Cup; his record as top point scorer for London Wasps remains unbeaten. Kenny finished his rugby career at Glasgow Warriors and retired in 2005.
Kenny played for his country for over 13 years and remains the most capped winger for Scotland with 70 caps, winning the Five Nations in 1999. Since retiring from international rugby after the 2003 World Cup, Kenny has worked for a number of global companies as an ambassador as well as setting up his own sports marketing agency Logan Sports Marketing. He also sits on the Board of London Scottish RFC and is closely involved with a number of charities including Sparks, The Prince’s Trust, Dyslexia Action and Great Ormond Street Hospital.
In 2007, Kenny took part in the fifth series of the BBC celebrity dancing programme Strictly Come Dancing.
Kenny is married to BBC Broadcaster Gabby Logan and they have twins, Reuben & Lois.
Andy Scott served for 11 years with the British Army serving as both an enlisted soldier and later as a commissioned officer with the Royal Signals. On leaving the forces in 1995 he became involved in the early eCommerce world, building both buy-side procurement and tendering solutions as well as being involved in early software electronic delivery solutions.
Following an acquisition of a Canadian ePayment and risk management business he went on to specialise in developing online KYC and fraud detection / risk management solutions moving to Neteller PLC as Chief Risk Officer in 2003 and leading teams to reduce online fraud by over $8M USD in one year alone.
In 2008 Andy was approached to build 188BET, an online gaming provider. As the early exponents of in-play betting 188BET successfully negotiated the complex global regulatory landscape to become one of the top three global gaming providers by turnover.
Head of Partnerships
Jack Porter joined Klas in the summer of 2014 straight from studying business at university. On a day to day basis he works with all of our partners and associates to deliver the services they require.
He excels at building relationships with our clients whilst strengthening those already in place.
Jack is a keen rugby player and skier, he played to a good standard of youth rugby but unfortunately suffered a series of injuries and now spends more time watching than playing.