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World Class Sports Hosts 2018

World Class Sports Hosts is SportBusiness’ essential guide to the major players and burning issues in sports event hosting in 2018,

Available in print (see download) and as an evolving  digital service via our events hub, World Class Sports Hosts delivers fascinating insight and challenging perspectives through the eyes of  the major stakeholders: athletes, federations, media, sponsors and the public.

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