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Sustainabilitylive! 24-26 May 2011 NEC Birmingham, UK www.sustainabilitylive.com


Leading the way


towards a sustainable future


DIARY MARCH


1 ❘ Quest Conference Venue Holywell Park conference centre, Loughborough, UK Summary Quest, the UK quality scheme for sport and leisure, has launched this one-day symposium to explain the significant changes that it has planned for its benchmarking programme over the coming year. Web www.questnbs.org


SUSTAINABILITYLIVE! CONSISTS OF…


ET: The UK’s largest


environmental exhibition for the manufacturing industry


IWEX: The UK’s leading


exhibition for the water and wastewater industry


BEX: The UK’s land regeneration event


NEMEX: the UK’s longest running exhibition for the


energy and renewable energy industry


SB – THE EVENT: helping businesses maximise


profi ts while minimising environmental impacts


10–13 ❘ ECA World Fitness Conference/ OBOW Show Venue New York City, US Summary ECA World Fitness is an international organisation representing the wellness and fi tness community. Its theatrical ‘One Body One World’ New York show features a strong dance, yoga and pilates programme, plus lots of seminars, demonstrations and presentations. Web www.ecaworldfitness.com


25–27 ❘ International Fitness Showcase Venue Winter Gardens, Blackpool, UK Summary Showcases the latest exercise classes, along with workshops and lectures, for fi tness instructors and enthusiasts. Web www.chrysalispromotions.com


30 March–2 April ❘ Russian Fitness Festival Venue Olympic Stadium, Moscow Summary This year’s Russian Fitness Festival will include a business conference, fi tness convention, aqua convention, trade show, kids’ marathon and Russian open fi tness aerobic championship. Web www.fitness-convention.ru


16–19 MARCH ❘ IHRSA 2011 Annual International Convention & Trade Show Venue San Francisco, California, US Summary The IHRSA Convention & Trade Show annually draws thousands of industry professionals for four days of education and networking opportunities. Keynote speakers this year are Phil Keoghan, host of The Amazing Race, and best-selling business authors Daniel Pink, Patrick Lencioni and Tony Hsieh (see p74). Web www.ihrsa.org/convention


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APRIL


12–13 ❘ BASES Student Conference Venue University of Chester, UK Summary This event is the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences’ forum for undergraduate and postgraduate students. This year’s theme is ‘Integrations and Innovations: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Sport and Exercise Science’. Web www.bases.org.uk


13–16 ❘ ACSM’s 15th Health & Fitness Summit Expo Venue Anaheim, California, US Summary ACSM’s Health and Fitness Summit and Exposition bridges the gap between the science of sports medicine and its practice by fi tness professionals. Through educational sessions and workouts, attendees are presented with cutting-edge information on hot topics in the industry. Web www.acsm.org/summit


14–17 ❘ FIBO 2011 Venue Essen, Germany Summary More than 560 companies – including all the sector’s key players – from more than 35 countries showcase products, concepts and solutions for the fi tness, wellness and health industries at this fi tness convention. The show attracts around 53,000 visitors from 60 countries. Web www.fibo.de


15–17 ❘ The Yoga Show Venue Manchester Central, UK Summary All things yoga under one roof. There’s another show in London in October. Web www.theyogashow.co.uk


This year’s convention marks the 30th anniversary of IHRSA


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