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22.11.2010 - Ausgabe: 5/2010

The TURF and GRASS EXPO 2010

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The TURF and GRASS EXPO 2010 will be an international event focused on playing surfaces especially concentrating on the benefits of artificial turf. The TURF and GRASS EXPO 2010 Conference programme will be covering best practice case-studies and experience from clubs, experts and football governing bodies looking at all the artificial turf related aspects such as:

1) financials, business planning, return on investment in artificial turf,
2) does the game change on artificial turf? - technical and player analysis,
3) medical aspects and research (Professor Jan Ekstrand, UEFA),
4) club and community development - how a playing surface can assist in the strategic development of a sports club. Increasing sports participation.
5) All sports will be covered.

The speakers list is still growing, and now featuring speakers from organizations such as KNVB (Patrick Balemans), UEFA, Federation of International Hockey and Sports Turf Research Institute. This will be real cutting edge information.

As the financial crisis in sport deepens (in a lot of respects), clubs, communities, schools will be evaluating all aspects of their operations - one asset that can really make an immediate impact is the installation of artificial turf.

So whether you are a CEO, community manager, municipality, architect, consultant, a finance director, a stadium director, a marketing director, a technical director, a club manager, a physio, a sports doctor, etc. – The TURF and GRASS EXPO 2010 will be of interest. Football, Hockey, Golf, Tennis, Rugby, Baseball will all be covered.

A substantial exhibition hall will showcase the leading companies and suppliers in this important facilities area.

More information:
Sports Development Marketing
c/o The TURF and GRASS EXPO 2010
Alfred-Escher-Strasse 10
8002 Zürich, Switzerland

Kind regards,
The TURF and GRASS EXPO 2010 Team
Partner Sponsors
www.turfandgrassexpo.com

 

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