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YOUR FORUM FOR PLAY, SPORTS UND LEISURE AREAS

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08.08.2012 - Ausgabe: 4/2012

6thSPONSORs’ Sports Venue Summit on September 5&6, 2012 at the Alliance Arena in Munich

This successful congress will take place again for the seventh time this year. We look forward again to interesting topics dealing with among other thing, sports facilities, sporting events and sustainability!

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This year the major events of the coming years will be given particular attention. These include the FIFA World Championships 2014-2022 and the Olympic Games 2016-2020 as well as the UEFA European Championships 2016. As speakers, the SPONSORs’ Sports Venue Summit will again host numerous top national and international decision makers from sports stadium management, associations, clubs and other major events.
This year again, the most important topics of the sports facilities field will be divided into nine special forums with exciting discussion panels and expert presentations. Following a comprehensive process and discussion with partners, participants and trade experts, the organisers have decided on the following topics:

Forum "Sports stadiums &major events"
Forum "Digital signage &physical security"
Forum "Ticketing &payment"
Forum "Catering &hospitality"
Forum "Successful running of stadiums and arenas"
Forum "Interior finishing"
Forum "Sustainability"
Forum "Safety"

An event not to be in missed: As patron, Franz Beckenbauer, President of the German football association is pleased to actively support this event. A variety of opportunities are provided: internationality, a high number of decision-makers, varied topics and the possibility of effective networking make this event highly recommendable.


Further information and registration at: www.sports-venue-summit.de

 

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