EPL Exec. & FC Dynamo President Speak at Moscow Football Forum
May 24, 2011
Two well-known figures from Russian and international football have confirmed their participation in the Inside World Football Moscow Forum. Held at the Ritz-Carlton in Moscow on 23-24 June 2011, view the Forum will begin the countdown to Russia 2018.
Nic Coward, blue viagra General Secretary of the English Premier League, discount will talk about cultivating a successful ‘football culture’, and what the Premier League has done to foster a collective vision when dealing with a range of challenges, from creating a safe and enjoyable environment for fans to developing a media rights strategy that benefits all clubs.
Yuri Isayev, President of Dynamo Moscow, one of Russia’s leading clubs, has also confirmed his participation. A former Deputy Minister of the Economy and a well-known businessman, Mr Isayev represents a new generation of influential young leaders whose involvement in Russian football will be crucial to its future growth and development. His responsibilities at Dynamo include management of the club’s new home, the VTB Arena.
Mr Coward and Mr Isayev join a long list of other high profile speakers, including:
? Alexey Sorokin, CEO, Russia 2018 World Cup Local Organising Committee
? Walter Gagg, Director, FIFA
? Marcin Herra, President, PL.2012
? David Thomson, Group Events Director, Wembley Stadium
? John Barrow, Senior Principal, Populous
? Diarmuid Crowley, Senior Vice President, IMG
? Hazem Galal, Partner, PwC Brazil
? Annelies van den Belt, CEO, SUP
? Karina Chichkanova, Head, Russian Infrastructure & PPP Practice, Salans
Confirmed participants include senior executives from Siemens, Cushman & Wakefield, Visa, gmp architects, Aon, SPORTFIVE, Lagardere Unlimited Stadium Solutions, Nussli, Sport + Markt, Helios Partners, FieldTurf Tarkett, Dow Europe, Triumph Media Group, Aggreko, BTD, Austrade, Beswicks Sports and many other leading names in the global sports industry.
The Inside World Football Moscow Forum, Moscow, 23-24 June, 2011, will set the stage for preparations for the 2018 FIFA World Cup™ – exploring the challenges that Russia faces and the part specialists can play in providing expertise to the organisers of the tournament.