Gloucester chairman Ryan Walkinshaw has on Friday announced some significant changes to the make-up of the Non-Executive Board at the club.
It may be the close season in terms of activity on the pitch, however Kingsholm is still a hive of activity on a day by day basis, say Gloucester.
The club's conferencing arm is enjoying a busy period, and Kingsholm hosted two successful live concerts by McFly and Ronan Keating this week.
Focus will quickly switch to the first leg of the JP Morgan Premiership Rugby Sevens on August 1, and work is already going on behind the scenes to prepare for Rugby World Cup 2015.
In recent months, with new CEO Stephen Vaughan at the helm, the club has built successfully on the foundations laid by previous MD Ken Nottage, and Walkinshaw told the club website that the changes at boardroom level are designed to keep the club moving forward.
"It's very important for Gloucester Rugby to maintain the momentum that has been created in recent times. That applies to matters on and off the pitch," he said.
"So, it gives me great pleasure to announce three new additions to the board in Huw Evans, Andy Hunt and Huw Morgan, all of whom will bring considerable experience and expertise to the business.
"Huw Evans is a well-respected and highly experienced businessman, with a considerable knowledge and passion for rugby; with great connections across the game established over decades from his involvement as the Chairman of the Scarlets and as the founder of Regional Rugby Wales.
"Huw Morgan has occupied senior roles at Harlequins and, most recently, as Commercial Director at the IRB.
"Meanwhile, Andy is well known for his role as Chef de Mission for Team GB for the London 2012 Olympic Games.
"At the same time, I can confirm that Ken Nottage and Wayne Humphreys will be stepping down and I would like to thank them for their contribution over the years.
"Ken, in particular, led the club through the testing early years of professionalism and oversaw the development of Gloucester Rugby into what it is today - one of Europe's leading clubs.
"Wayne, as a long term friend and business associate of the Walkinshaw family, has also been a valuable member of the board in recent times.
"It's the start of an exciting new chapter in the history of Gloucester Rugby, one that will see Kingsholm host matches in Rugby World Cup 2015.
"And I'm confident that we have a board in place to rise to the challenges that lie ahead of us and help the club to thrive and prosper."