Reflecting on an evolving industry

Monaco, 26 March 2019

Following the conclusion of SPORTELAsia 2019, Laurent Puons, SPORTEL and Monaco Mediax CEO, stated: “I would like to thank all of our exhibitors, our participants, our sponsors and partners, FeedConstruct, Fight Sports, Getty Images, ITTF, LaLiga, Oceans Sports, Telstra and Yutang Sports for supporting the 22nd edition of the SPORTEL Spring Convention. We were honoured to have welcomed leaders from markets across the world in Macau. Some attended for the first time, others for their 22nd consecutive SPORTEL Spring Convention. We value every member of our community and SPORTEL is fully committed in helping them build their businesses for the future.”

“We understand that the industry is changing and that we need to change with it. SPORTEL knows that it needs to keep growing its community and providing more opportunities for delegates to do business. We have started to make some changes already and we will continue to do so to make sure that SPORTEL Spring Conventions remain relevant, and continue to be unmissable events for the international sports media and technology industry “, said Laurent Puons.

Looking ahead, SPORTEL is looking forward October 2019 for SPORTELMonaco’s 30 Anniversary!

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