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INDUSTRY ASSOCIATIONS


African Sport Management Association (ASMA)


PO Box 43844, 00100, Nairobi, Kenya


Tel: +254 20 871 0901 Email: info@asma-online.org www.asma-online.org


The African Sport Management Association (ASMA) was founded in 2010, during the 17th Biennial International Conference of the International Society for Comparative Physical Education and Sport held at Kenyatta University in Nairobi, Kenya, Africa.


The decision to establish ASMA was unanimously agreed upon by the delegates as one of the resolutions of the Biennial In- ternational Conference. ASMA's vision is to be a renowned


African forum for the promotion of educational and professional sport management as well as in the management of sport-related disciplines within as well as beyond the African continent. The assocation's mission is to strengthen


sport management in Africa as an academic and professional engagement. ASMA also aims to become a vital contributor to the continent's global social-economic development.


Chartered Institute for the Management of Sport and Physical Activity (CIMSPA)


SportPark, Loughborough University, 3 Oakwood Drive, Loughborough, LE11 3QF, UK


Tel: +44 (0)1509 226 474 Email: info@cimspa.co.uk www.cimspa.co.uk


CIMSPA launched in 2012, following the award of a Royal Charter in late 2011, before which it operated as IMSPA. IMSPA was formed in April 2011 through a merger between the Institute for Sport and Recreation Management and the Institute for Sport, Parks and Leisure.


The institute aims to develop a vibrant, UK-wide sport and physical activity sector, led by professionals providing advocacy and leadership and working in partnership with its stakeholders to help ensure the highest standards of service delivery. CIMSPA produces information on the


latest health and safety issues, personnel management updates, sport and physical activity strategies, as well as government initiatives. Its Continuing Professional Development


portfolio ensures that key skills and knowledge necessary for a wide range of sport and physical activity professions, ranging from managerial to developmental, and technical to operational, are developed.


Club Managers Association of Europe (CMAE)


Federation House, Stoneleigh Park, CV8 2RF, UK


Tel: +44 (0)247 669 2359 Email: jerry.kilby@cmaeurope.eu www.cmaeurope.org


CMAE is a non-profit making professional association with members involved in the management of sports clubs (golf, tennis, sailing, rowing, rugby, football and cricket), health and fitness clubs, leisure, city and dining clubs located throughout Europe.


The Club Managers Association of Europe aims to promote best practices in products, services and innovative programmes for the successful management of clubs throughout Europe. It provides and promotes educational


events to meet diverse needs and provides members with networking opportuni- ties, assistance with career development, employment opportunities and recruitment. Members are also rewarded with an internationally recognised certificate in club management. CMAE also reports on changing


social, governmental, environmental and economic issues affecting club managers, while researching, developing, analysing and disseminating information and data related to club management and the club industry.


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