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DIARY DATES 23-25 JULY 2012


Beyond Sport Summit The Congress Centre, London, UK This summit is an annual event that brings together the best sport-led social innovators and infl uential, global lead- ers to address sport’s role in driving positive social change. It offers network- ing opportunities with more than 750 infl uential fi gures in the worlds of sport, business, philanthropy and development. Former British Prime Minister the Rt Hon Tony Blair, international chef Jamie Oliver and Paralympian Baroness Tanni Grey- Thompson DBE will speak at the event. www.beyondsport.org


2 AUGUST 2012


Global Sports Industry Congress Kensington Gardens, London, UK A powerful networking opportunity, the congress brings together a cross- section of all the major interest groups in the sports industry, including Games organisers, national ministries, corpo- rate sponsors, sports professional service providers, contractors, suppliers, journal- ists and other opinion formers. This year will offer a particular emphasis on Russia. Delegates will have the chance to learn about the fast-developing Russian sports industry and to meet the leading fi gures who are driving it. www.eventica.co.uk


4-6 SEPTEMBER 2012 IOG SALTEX


Windsor Racecourse, Berkshire, UK This annual, outdoor event embraces turf and sports surfaces, turf mainte- nance equipment, children’s outdoor play equipment and safety surfaces, landscaping, outdoor leisure and facilities management. It also offers a programme of informative seminars on turf care. www.iogsaltex.org


5 SEPTEMBER 2012 European Sports Development Network Symposium 2012 Sheffi eld Hallam University, UK This event is held in collaboration with the Chartered Institute for the Manage- ment of Sport and Physical Activity (CIMS- PA) and the County Sports Partnership Network (CSPN). The theme is ‘Beyond 2012 – what’s next for sport and physical activity? Building partnerships between universities and industry professionals’. www.shu.ac.uk/ad/sport-symposium


18-20 SEPTEMBER 2012 Leisure Industry Week NEC, Birmingham, UK Sport at LIW will offer the latest ideas and contacts required for developing sports facilities and creating programmes that will inspire increased participation in community sport. Visitors can source the latest products and services from more than 300 suppliers on the show fl oor, keep up-to-date with industry trends with a free seminar programme and enjoy live demonstrations of the latest equipment to hit the market. www.liw.co.uk


10-11 OCTOBER 2012 Leaders in Sport Summit Chelsea FC, London, UK Now in its 5th consecutive year, this is a key football business event for senior ex- ecutives from international clubs, leagues, federations and brands. The programme of keynote presentations and panel discussions will highlight youth develop- ment, commercial growth and security, integrity and corruption in football. www.leadersinfootball.com


23 OCTOBER 2012


SAPCA Sports Facility Show Lee Valley Athletics Centre, London, UK A special one-day event that comprises a series of informative and educational seminars together with an exhibition fea- turing specialists in the design, construc- tion and maintenance of sports facilities. A free seminar will include information on raising standards, funding sources, spaces for sport in a modern school and cost-effective renovation. www.sapca.org.uk


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18 SEPTEMBER 2012 The Future of Culture, Tourism and Sport Westminster Studio, London, UK Entitled ‘Overcoming the fi nancial chal- lenges to improve services’, this event will be chaired by Diana Shelton, vice chair, Chief Cultural and Leisure Offi cers Association (CLOA) and head of leisure and tourism, West Oxfordshire District Council. During the event delegates will fi nd out how to work effi ciently with lim- ited resources and examine what’s been achieved in terms of an Olympic legacy. www.cloa.org.uk/events-calendar email: jacqueline.gorman@neilstewartas- sociates.co.uk


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