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Blinc International is a specialist marketing agency with a thorough understanding of best practice in sport and talent partnerships, corporate social responsibility and the management of athletes and broadcast media talent.


Since January 2005, Blinc has continued to deliver services including talent representation, talent procurement, sponsorship deal negotiation as well as CSR consultancy to a client portfolio spanning across retail, technology, financial/insurance services and consumer products.

Some of Australia’s most prolific sporting talent and broadcasters have trusted Blinc as their representative agency of choice and maintained long relationships with Blinc throughout their careers including Kieren Perkins, Dawn Fraser, Hayley Lewis, Ken Rosewall, Susie Maroney, Greg Chappell, David Pocock, Christian Leali’ifano, Greg Clark, Morgan Turinui, Stephen Larkham, Ben Serpell, Ed Jenkins, Cameron Clark, Chris Green and Emma Tonegato.


Blinc is currently an accredited agent for the Rugby Union Players’ Association (RUPA), Australian Cricketers’ Association (ACA) and Rugby League Players’ Association (RLPA).

Brian Levine

Brian has over 30 years experience in sports management, sponsorship advisory and sports talent management.


During his long tenure at IMG, brian worked on a plethora of events including the Rugby World Cup, Australian Open Tennis, international golf tournaments and the procurement of Greg Norman, Pat Cash, Retief Goosen and Ernie Els for international golf and tennis tournaments.


In January 2005, Brian started Blinc International with his first three clients; Kieren Perkins, Hayley Lewis and Frank Farina.


Brian is a former top 50 Professional Tennis Player on the ATP Tour, having played at all four grand slam tournaments (French Open, Wimbledon, US Open and Australian Open).

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