Soccerex Americas Forum Welcomes Industry Leading Partnerships
By iSportconnect | October 24, 2014
Soccerex is delighted to announce some high-profile partnerships that have been established for the Americas Forum that is taking place this week at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre (LESC) in Barbados.
The event is held in conjunction with Barbados Tourism Marketing, ask the Forum’s host partner and welcomes the Ministry of Culture, medical Sports & Youth, search the Hilton Resort Barbados and broadcasters SportsMax as event partners, with the Caribbean Football Union an Institutional Supporter for the Forum.
In addition to the event’s partners, the Forum also boasts a number of event sponsors with law firm Maples and Calder sponsoring the exclusive VIP Lounge, Sports Hospitality specialists Marka Sports sponsoring the VIP Dinner at the renowned Cliff Restaurant as well as the event’s lanyards and software company Analyticom, who is a Presentation sponsor at the event.
The Forum represents an exciting few days for the continent’s football industry with the leading decision makers in the Americas’ football world coming together from across the continent and the world for two days of unparalleled learning, networking and business opportunities.
With over 1,000 senior football decision makers congregating at the conference, the Forum is set to be an exciting and vibrant networking environment.
Soccerex CEO Duncan Revie commented: “We are delighted to welcome such a fantastic group of partners and sponsors to our event and have little doubt that the partnerships will prove to be very beneficial for both parties. Our Americas Forum provides the perfect platform for those in the continent’s football industry to meet, learn and network together and I am sure this year’s event will be yet another fantastic success.”
There is a number of high profile speakers at the Americas Forum with industry leaders such as CONCACAF President Jeffrey Webb, MLS Medical Coordinator John Gallucci, former FA and Arsenal Vice Chairman David Dein and FIFA & CONCACAF ExCo member Sonia Bien-Aime joining former Manchester United and England captain Bryan Robson amongst many others.