If you haven’t yet registered for this unique sports management conference for ambitious sports leaders that takes place in Lausanne, Switzerland on June 7-8, 2017, now is your opportunity to do so before our Early Bird deadline expires!
Spaces are limited!In order for participants to get the most out of the conference and the associated networking activities, The Academy is being hosted in an intimate atmosphere with limited number of participants – and space is filling up fast!
Delegates from sports organisations worldwide are signing up ranging from the International Olympic Committee to Sport Event Denmark to the Crown Prince’s Court of Abu Dhabi. Don’t miss your chance to join these organisations and book your spot at the Academy before space runs out!
Savings are big!If you book now, before March 15, you can still benefit from the early bird discount which saves you 200 Swiss francs! With the early bird discount you will still benefit from all that The Academy has to offer, including free entrance to the Olympic Museum exhibition, a welcome cocktail at the official conference hotel, two-days of an innovative conference programme, and so much more. Why miss the opportunity? Register now by clicking here!
Exciting Programme and Speakers!This year, the Academy has put in place a very exciting programme that will cover sessions on Revenues, Promotion and Influence. Through addressing these areas, The Academy aims at developing new solutions to these same old challenges, leaving participants with the practical tools needed to benefit themselves and their organisations.
To maximise this programme, The Academy is delighted to welcome some fantastic Guest Speakers to the 2017 conference. Amongst them, we are looking forward to hearing fascinating insights from Steve Madincea, Founder and Group Managing Director of PRISM, Loïc Yviquel, CEO of Sponsorise.me, and Richard B. Stephenson, Founding Partner of TrueNorth Consulting.
For more information on the Programme for the upcoming conference, including links to our Speaker biographies, please click here!