SPORT & LEISURE FORUM PROMOTION
Step up to the winners podium Olympic medallist Beth Tweddle will keynote the Sports & Leisure Forum this summer, where the industry’s leading operators can learn, network and be inspired. We take a look at what to expect
eeping pace with change in
A packed schedule
on cost advice and guidance on building
the sports and leisure industry
Following this, delegates will have a choice
long-lasting, high-quality sports facilities.
can be a tough job, in terms of
of four sessions across the morning and
Day two kicks off with an in-depth
keeping up with technological
afternoon. The first session will look at how
look at how health and fitness operators
developments, rules and regulations,
to create unique sports facility experiences
can grow their business using the very
new equipment, facilities, participation
that maintain and increase client retention.
latest technology, covering everything
initiatives or training techniques.
The second will analyse emerging
from wearable trackers and virtual
trends in studio design and installation.
classes to shared member data and AR.
This is why the seminar programme at the Sports & Leisure Forum is unmissable if
In the afternoon, delegates will have a
Rounding the two days off will be a highly-
you’re an operations or leisure and facilities
choice between learning how to spot and
interactive panel session addressing the
manager from a gym chain, local authority,
develop personal trainer talent or a session
future of sport and physical activity in the
hotel, spa, awet/leisure centre or stadium. Learning and professional development is high on the agenda throughout the event, which takes place on June 19th & 20th 2017 at the Radisson Blu London Stansted Hotel, focused on an intimate audience of just 45 VIP delegates and the industry’s most trusted suppliers. The two-day seminar programme, hosted by industry thought leaders, comprises keynotes and panel sessions addressing issues in the above areas and more. The first day of the event will be hosted by gold medallist gymnast Beth Tweddle. Now a director of Switch The Play and Total Gymnastics, Tweddle will be sharing her experience of life as an elite althlete.
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Dinner will be a great chance for delegates to network in a relaxed setting