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SportBusiness Group events – diary dates for 2012

SportBusiness Group is proud to announce our own event schedule for 2012 coverning a wide variety of events in the UK, France and Malaysia.

Our range of professional development courses will continue to expand with dates already confirmed for February, June and September. These workshops have proved a massive hit with attendees are are able to list the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA), McLaren F1, International Cricket Council (ICC), International Fencing Federation (IFF), Scottish Rugby Union, Fast Track, Opta, Newbury Racecourse, League Managers Association, Celtic FC , Bloomberg Television, Bath Rugby, London Wasps , Sport England, Petrobras, Red Bull  and many mor as past graduates. 

April sees a brand new event added to our portfolio, the mSport Summit held in partnership with Telemedia at the Kings Fund in Central London on April 26th. Expert representatives from both the mobile and sporting sector will explain how mobile technology can be successfully be deployed and provide clear guidance on how best to implement a successful mobile strategy in your sports busines.

We are delighted to be working with Eurosport once again in hosting the Sport and New Media Conference in Paris on May 10th. Now in its third year nearly 200 industry leaders will attend the event featuring of local, regional and international speakers offering a great mix of best practice, industry data, debate and networking.

Our fantastic year of industry events will come to a close in Malaysia on July 5th with the biggest conference of the Sport Industry Year 2011/12. Held in Kuala Lumpur and will feature several top international speakers as well as the leaders of the Malaysian sport industry and political community.

Then after the small matter of the Olympics (not sure if you’ve heard of it) the fisrt industry gathering will be the fifth edition of Sports Marketing 360 in London on September 27th. This seminal industry event will offer a deep analysis from those who made the Olympics as well as a detailed look at the lessons learnt and future trends. This event will be part of a week of events, including networking and professional development workshops.

November sees the return of Sport and iGaming which will again offer an insight into the rapidly changing and highly lucrative part of our industry – London, November 27th.

The full list of SportBusiness Group organised events in 2012:

February 2nd – Professional Development , London          

February 3nd – Professional Development, London

April 26th  – The mSport Summit , London

May 11th  – Sport and New Media, Paris

June 14th – Professional Development, Manchester

July 5th –  SportBusiness Conference Malaysia, Malaysia

September 26th – Professional Development , London

September 27th – Sports Marketing 360, Lond

September 28th – Professional Development, London

November 27th – Sport and iGaming  London

For more information on each event, or if you want to sponsor, partner, speak or host an event please contact Luke Upton – luke.upton@sportbusiness.comn


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