iSportconnect adds Fox Networks Group and ICC to Dubai Summit speaker lineup
By Community | October 25, 2017
iSportconnect is delighted to confirm that two additional guest speakers have been added to the lineup for the Dubai Summit on November 29.
Sanjay Raina, General Manager & SVP, Fox Networks Group/National Geographic – Middle East, North Africa & Pakistan, and Aarti Dabas, Head of Media Rights, Broadcast & Digital at International Cricket Council, will take part in a series of interviews and discussions, offering delegates a unique insight into the sports industry.
Already confirmed to speak at the event are Brett Gosper, CEO of World Rugby, Adolfo Bara, General Manager Marketing & Sales at LaLiga, Nuala Walsh, Chief Marketing Officer at Standard Life Aberdeen, Murray Barnett, Head of Global Sponsorship & Commercial Partnerships at F1, Jerry Newman, Sport Partnership Lead – EMEA at Facebook, and Ben Morel, Managing Director and Senior VP – EMEA at NBA.
The Summit represents a breakthrough opportunity for up to 150 top-tier executives in sport and entertainment to experience and enjoy the unique learning and networking benefits of iSportconnect’s exclusive invitation-only event concept.
The event will be held in the lavish surroundings of Address Boulevard; the newest lifestyle address located in the prestigious Downtown Dubai area.
The hotel will also host a networking reception on November 28, allowing delegates and speakers to relax and engage with their high-ranking peers.
Further speakers will be announced in due course.
There is limited space for this exclusive event so please email Chris Edbrook (email@example.com) to confirm your interest in attending.
What makes the iSportconnect Summit so special?
- The Summit is open exclusively to Director/C-Suite level executives at sports rights holders, sponsorship brands and broadcasters.
- Event capacity is capped at 150 delegates allowing intimate access to key decision makers in the sports industry.
- No agencies or press in attendance and as we follow Chatham House Rules, all panel discussions will remain confidential.