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LEISURE MANAGEMENT DIARY DATES 4-7 MAY 2011


SPATEC Europe Corinthia Hotel, Budapest, Hungary A two-day forum of face-to-face meetings between UK and European spa owners, directors and senior personnel, with over 70 leading international spa suppliers. Web www.spateceu.com


9-12 MAY 2011


AALARA Conference and Trade Exhibition Conrad Jupiters Hotel and Casino , Gold Coast, Australia Australia’s only amusement, leisure and attractions industry exhibition, where industry business owners and operators from around Australia, New Zealand and the pacific region connect with manufac- turers, suppliers and industry consultants. The exhibition is supported by a program of education and training seminars, key- note sessions presented by international industry leaders and industry breakouts. Contact Kim Hackwood Tel +61 7 3807 35 08 Fax +61 7 3807 09 31 Email info@aalara.com.au Web www.aalara.com.au


12-13 MAY 2011


The Sleep Event India 2011 The Westin Mumbai Garden City, Mumbai, India The Sleep Event India 2011 is an exclu- sive hotel architecture and design conference event created for architects, interior designers, IPCs, hotel operators, hotel developers and suppliers of building materials, fixtures and fittings. The event provides a chance to network and discuss critical issues surrounding hotel archi- tecture, design and construction in India. Contact Ms Pallavi Mhapankar Tel +91 (0)22 4046 1466 Fax +91 (0)22 4046 1477 Email conferences-india@ubm.com Web www.thesleepevent-india.com


22-25 MAY 2011


American Association of Museums Annual Meeting George R. Brown Convention Center, Houston, US The AAM Annual Meeting & MuseumExpo™ is where museum profes- sionals go to learn, share, connect with colleagues and have fun. Join museum professionals from across the United


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States and 50 countries for more than 150 thought-provoking sessions, net- working opportunities and special events brought to you by your Houston colleagues Contact Shelon Atwater Tel +1 202 218 7682 Email satwater@aam-us.org Web www.aam-us.org/am11/


24-26 MAY 2011


Sustainabilitylive! 2011 Birmingham NEC, UK Sustainabilitylive! is made up of five shows across the water, energy, land, envi- ronment and sustainability sectors. The three day exhibition is free and provides a platform for organisations to share sus- tainble, cutting-edge technologies and industry innovations. Tel +44 (0)20 8651 7120 Web www.sustainabilitylive.com


25-26 MAY 2011


SIBEC UK Forest of Arden Marriott, Birmingham, UK SIBEC UK brings together 120 of the most important and influential suppliers and buyers of the UK leisure, health and fitness sector. It focuses on the local authority, trust and education markets, with two days of interaction, face-to-face meetings, forums and networking opportunities. Web www.sibec.co.uk


26-28 MAY 2011


Ecsite Annual Conference 2011 Copernicus Science Centre, Warsaw, Poland At the Copernicus Science Centre in Warsaw, global and local dimensions of the theme of freedom will come together to influence and inspire participants of the 22nd Ecsite Annual Conference. Contact Aliki Giannakopoulou Tel 0032 2 649 7383 Email agiannakopoulou@ecsite.eu Web www.ecsite-conference.eu


6-9 JUN 2011


2nd Annual International Conference on Visual and Performing Arts Athens, Greece The aim of this four day conference is to bring together scholars, researchers and students from all areas of visual arts – including animation, architecture, book arts, ceramics, community arts, fashion


design, jewellery, painting and printmaking – with the performing arts. Contact Gregory T. Papanikos Tel + 30 210 36.34.210 Fax + 30 210 36.34.209 Email atiner@atiner.gr Web www.atiner.gr/


13-16 JUN 2011


7th Annual International Conference on Tourism St George Lycabettus Boutique Hotel, Athens, Greece An event aiming to bring together schol- ars, researchers and students from all areas of the tourism industry. Organised by The Tourism Research Unit of the Athens Institute for Education and Research (ATINER) in collaboration with Academy of Tourism Research & Studies (ATEM). Contact Gregory T. Papanikos Tel + 30 210 36.34.210 Fax + 30 210 36.34.209 Email atiner@atiner.gr Web www.atiner.gr/


20-21 JUN 2011


27th Facilities Management Forum Whittlebury Hall Hotel & Spa, Northamptonshire, UK This event helps companies to source sus- tainable facilities management services, products and solution providers that offer the best value for money. The Facilities Management Forum is specifically aimed at FM directors and managers who are directly involved in the procurement of FM products and services. Contact Forum Events Tel +44 (0)1992 374100 Email info@forumevents.co.uk Web www.forumevents.co.uk


11-14 JUL 2011


11th Annual International Conference on Sports: Economic, Management, Marketing & Social Aspects Athens, Greece A conference aiming to bring together scholars and students of all areas of sports. Organized by Athens Institute for Education and Research in collabo- ration with the Panhellenic Association for Sports Economists and Managers. Contact Gregory T. Papanikos Tel + 30 210 36.34.210 Email atiner@atiner.gr Web www.atiner.gr/


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