Inaugural World Sports Congress (WSC) 2013 Attracts Support from UK Government, European Commission

By Community | December 19, 2012

IRN Ltd announced today that its inaugural World Sports Congress 2013, herbal launching in London from 26-27 February 2013, has attracted support from the European Commission, UK government department UKTI and prominent sporting organisations from across the globe, including LOCOG, Sochi, Amsterdam Arena, Glasgow Life, Transport for London, AS Roma, UK Sport, South Africa Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee, and many more.

The World Sports Congress 2013, run by global summits organiser IRN, will be focused on sports infrastructure, specifically large scale projects, the challenges these pose and the factors affecting commercial viability. The congress will welcome senior level speakers to discuss the current issues affecting large scale sporting infrastructure projects and how to ensure ROI in the future. It will also provide an exclusive, targeted and high-level networking platform for senior members of the world’s leading solution providers in stadium development to meet with national institutions and clubs presently sourcing expertise in these areas.

With the world’s eyes on every major sporting event internationally, fuelled by the momentous London 2012 Olympics, the bar is set high for stadiums and venues and supporting infrastructure. IRN Production Director, Pooja Samani, commented: “host cities need to ensure that infrastructure is planned for accordingly so that it is sustainable in the long run.” Ms Samani went on to add, “the support we are receiving for WSC is truly outstanding and highlights the importance of the factors we will be discussing during congress.”

For more information, the full agenda and speaker list, visit the event or telephone +44 (0) 20 7111 1615.