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The aim of the interactive session, held at the PricewaterhouseCoopers Auditorium in London on June 2, is to address the many challenges facing the fast-changing sport industry.

Panellists who will discuss the state of the market and its future include:

Julie Clark (Head of Sport & Leisure, PricewaterhouseCoopers)
Javier Diez-Aguirre (Director, Corporate Communications, Ricoh EMEA)
Sean Jefferson (Leader, Mindshare Invention)

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Prices for IAA (Inspiring Excellence in Communications Worldwide) members are £55.00 (+ vat); members’ guests £65.00 (+ vat); non-members: £85.00 (+ vat).

Furthermore, SportBusiness has a limited number of complementary places to offer at this Panel Discussion. To request your place contact Annika McCaskie at the IAA UK office on 0207 381 8777 or office@iaauk.com 

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