All Eyes on Geneva – 7 Weeks to go Until the International Sports Convention 2014

October 23, 2014

INTERNATIONAL SPORTS CONVENTION 2014 (ISC), bronchi taking place on December 10-11, ampoule 2014 in Palexpo, prescription Geneva, Switzerland (previously in Amsterdam) has established itself as one event where everything is very much under one roof.

18 Sports Conferences over 2 days, 150 speakers, 100 exhibitors and over 2,000 delegates.

The convergence of the different sport segments of the industry and an inclusive entrance policy has made ISC an end of year date in everyone’s calendar – and even more so going forwards.

With ambitious plans to continuously develop and expand, its central European location of Geneva is also appealing to the global sports industry.

Jerome ChampagneFIFA Presidential Candidate will make a key address and with representatives of 70 Football Associations already confirmed coupled with significant media coverage.

December 10-11, 2014 at the ISC will be a tipping point for the future governance of the Football Industry.

David Moyes – former Manchester United FC Manager will take part in a Q+A about leadership and player development. Did he have enough time, did he have the financial resources and more.

It’s certainly not only football, the emergence of basketball as a global sport has warranted the inclusion of the first ever International Basketball Conference FIBA, Euroleague and other key organisations will be involved.

The Sports Business Industry will be represented with digital giants such as: Google, Twitter, Facebook. In the media and broadcast sector: BBC, SkySports, Deltratre, Dolby, Infront. Many Sports Governing Bodies from across the world, IOC, UEFA, Asian Football Confederation, FINA, Serie B, Portugal National Olympic Committee and far more – the list is diverse and extensive.

It shows how far the ISC has come with event partners including UNICEFUNICEF is the driving force that helps in building a world where the rights of every child are realized.

The organization has been a pioneer in the use of sport as a tool for addressing development issues and counts among its partners the world’s top sporting institutions and athletes who are eager to join forces to improve the lives of children.

To engage with sport on behalf of children is not only effective, but also logical as it meets children where they are or should be – involved in play. UNICEF’s goal is to amplify its existing sport-related programs and partnerships to improve the lives of children globally.

Nigel FletcherChief Executive of the International Sports Convention comments: “The ISC focusses on the business of sport, and many are there to grow their businesses, which is what we set out to facilitate but we as organisers wanted to have a balance and re-emphasize the power of sport in today’s world. UNICEF will be making two presentations at the ISC. We are very proud to work with UNICEF in assisting them to achieve their goals”.

So whether it is the development of sport, or the business of sport the two go hand in hand, the INTERNATIONAL SPORTS CONVENTION has taken the initiative to be the one event which brings everyone together.

The event organisers based in Lausanne – the International Olympic Capital are solely that, event and networking business specialists and this again ensures the independence, credibility, ensuring business is done and connections are made and where importantly open discussions and debate occur regarding the development and business of Sport.

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Please register before October 30, 2014, as after this date prices increase by 25%.

December 10-11, 2014, Palexpo, Geneva, Switzerland