|iSportconnect Confirmed as Global Networking Tool Provider for Soccerex Events|
Tuesday, 13 March 2012 18:11
Soccerex are pleased to confirm iSportconnect, the leading global networking platform for sport business, as the global provider of the Networking Tool for all Soccerex events including this year’s Soccerex European Forum, 28-29 March 2012.
The Networking Tool will give Soccerex delegates exclusive access, connecting them with key industry professionals before, during and after Soccerex events. Soccerex delegates will also be able to access iSportconnect’s network of business professionals to further expand their business reach.
iSportconnect is a community set up exclusively for sports business professionals with a strict door policy to ensure that the industry’s high-profile executives and professionals gain access to the numerous features and services provided. iSportconnect.com combines business networking, latest sports business news & in-depth editorial (through featured profiles and expert's columns), with business events and sports professional jobs listings among the many other services provided.
iSportconnect CEO and founder Sree Varma said: ‘The Soccerex European Forum attracts some of the football world’s key business professionals. The networking tool provided for Soccerex has been designed specifically to help them leverage key business opportunities ensuring a maximum return on investment. The iSportconnect Networking Tool is comprehensive and extremely relevant to the Soccerex audience; we hope delegates enjoy using it!’
Over 1500 delegates are expected to attend this year’s Soccerex European Forum where they will benefit from exclusive business opportunities via a packed exhibition and a number of formal and informal networking events. There will also be a packed conference programme addressing some the key issues affecting the industry including sessions on UEFA’s move to centralise media rights, player and coach development, the art of management – a master-class with Rafael Benitez, betting, the tricky business of managing England with Terry Venables, financial management of clubs in the wake of financial fair play, the relationship between football and the media, and the Soccerex Supplement, a session with some of football’s biggest names. There will also be workshops on emerging markets, the stadia industry, commercial opportunities for clubs and the EPFL.