TOWN and Giants chairman Ken Davy provided an insight into his business beliefs at a seminar in Huddersfield.
Mr Davy gave a talk on entrepreneurship to an audience of business people at Huddersfield University's Canalside West lecturer theatre.
Mr Davy made his fortune in the financial services sector.
He founded DBS Management in 1983 and built up the Lindley-based business to become the UK's largest independent financial advisor support network.
DBS floated on the stock exchange in 1997 and was sold to software systems group Misys in 2001.
Mr Davy was already chairman of Huddersfield Giants when he led a rescue to take Huddersfield Town out of administration last summer.
After stepping down from DBS, Mr Davy set up SimplyBiz in 2002 to provide support services for financial advisers.
Among his industry roles, Mr Davy is a founding director of the Association of Independent Financial Advisers, a board member of the Personal Investment Authority and president of the Life Insurance Association.