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DIARY 2014-2015 10-11 DECEMBER 2014


Geneva 2014 Geneva, Switzerland


The International Sports Conference Geneva 2014 is billed as the world’s largest sports convention. Rather than a single conference, the two-day event will combine a total of 18 individually organised sports conferences as well as a combined exhibition floor. There will also be a vibrant programme of networking events catering for delegates. Tel: +41 (0)79 823 08 55 www.geneva2014.com


22-24 JANUARY 2015


UK Pool and Spa Expo Birmingham, UK


UK Pool & Spa Expo continues to develop and welcome new exhibitors, supporting partners and encourage new visitors to its 2015 event, designed to target the UK's wet leisure sector and associated sectors. It offers both UK and international companies a professional platform to meet and do business. Tel: +44 (0)1483 420229 www.ukpoolspa-expo.co.uk


1-3 FEBRUARY 2015


SPATEX Brighton, UK


Now in its 19th year, SPATEX is the UK’s premium swimming pool exhibition. It represents all sectors of the wet leisure industry from pools, spas, saunas to hydrotherapy, steamrooms and children’s play equipment, in both the domestic and commercial arena. SPATEX is primarily a trade show, but also welcomes members of the public to the show floor. Tel: +44 (0)1264 358558 www.spatex.co.uk


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FIBO Cologne, Germany


FIBO is trade fair for fitness, sport, wellness and health professionals and has a global reach. The annual event attracts around 116,000 visitors and 700 exhibitors and offers a comprehensive programme of seminars and talks as well as a platform for suppliers to exhibit their latest products. Tel: +49 211 90191 204 www.fibo.de


24-27 JUN 2015 Congress of the European College


of Sport Science Malmö, Sweden


In 2015, the multidisciplinary ECSS Congress will celebrate its 20th anniversary. The 2015 congress theme of Sustainable Sport will permeate the academic programme: the three universities co-hosting the event all emphasise sustainability in sport. Tel: +49 221 4982 7640 www.ecss-congress.eu


5-9 SEPTEMBER 2015


Soccerex Global Convention Manchester, UK


The Soccerex Global Convention is the world’s largest football-related business event, seeing the global leaders of the sport come together to debate, network and do business. Lasting five days – and including a two day Football Festival – the 2015 edition will again take place in Manchester. Tel: +44 (0)208 987 5522 www.soccerex.com


22-24 SEPTEMBER 2015


LIW Birmingham, UK


Leisure Industry Week (LIW) is a trade show that caters for the entire out of home leisure industry. The show has six sectors (sport, health and fitness, pool and spa, play and attractions, eat and drink and leisure facilities) which host 300+ exhibitors showcasing their products and services. Tel: +44 (0)20 7955 3990 www.liw.co.uk


27-30 OCTOBER 2015


FSB / Aquanale Koelnmesse, Cologne, Germany


Covering an exhibition area of around 80,000sq m (861,112sq ft), FSB – the International Trade Fair for Amenity Areas, Sports and Pool Facilities – is among the world's largest sport-related trade shows. From 2015, FSB will occupy Koelnmesse's modern North Halls. Having adopted a new themed hall concept, FSB will share the location and dates with its sister show Aquanale (the International Trade Fair for Sauna, Pool and Ambience). www.fsb-cologne.com


04-05 NOVEMBER 2015


IOG Saltex Birmingham, UK


The Institute of Groundsmanship (IOG) has announced that SALTEX will be moving to the NEC, Birmingham on 4-5 November 2015, which also marks the 70th anniversary of the show. From turf care and specialist machinery to landscaping and playgrounds, more than 250 exhibitors cover the complete range of grounds care services. www.iog-saltex.com


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