Stacey Allaster announced as speaker
The Chairman and CEO of Sony Ericsson WTA Tour, Stacey Allaster, has been added to the list of speakers at the Global Sports Industry Summit 2010.
Early, London 2012 Director of Sports Debbie Jevans; BBC Director of London 2012 Roger Mosey; MasterCard Head of Sponsorship Paul Meulendijk; Infront Sport President and CEO Philippe Blatter; Total Sports Asia Founder Marcus Luer, ESPN Star CEO Manu Sawhney; AEG’s President and CEO Tim Lewieke; Octagon President and CEO Rick Dudley; FISU Secretary General and CEO Eric Saintrond; FIFA Beach Soccer CEO Joan Cusco; Bonham & Associates Founder Dean Bonham and HBS Founder and CEO Francis Tellier were announced as speakers at the Global Sports Industry Summit 2010.
EUROSPORT, Europe leading sport entertainment group, has been announced as a Main Partner at the Global Sports Industry Summit in Paris, France.
To join the Global Sports Industry Summit in France, powerful community of sport leaders, for only EUR 380 (saving EUR 500 on full priced entry) please register your interest online (sportsindustrysummit.com/delegate-register.html) by 28th February, 2010.
The Global Sports Industry Summit takes place from September 28 - October 1, 2010.
The Global Sports Industry Summit in Paris, brings together a powerful community of leaders who are setting the agenda for the international sports industry. The Summit will focus on the world economic crisis and its influence on sport industry as well as the tension between tradition and innovation in sport, as the industry looks to expand while staying true to its roots.
Exclusively reserved for the leading players in the sports industry, the summit’s high-level participation and practical discussion will encourage open, constructive and candid debate.
About Sony Ericsson WTA Tour
The Sony Ericsson WTA Tour is the world’s leading professional sport for women with over 2,200 players representing 96 nations competing for over $86 million in prize money at the Tour’s 53 events and four Grand Slams in 33 countries. More than 4.8 million people attended women’s tennis events in 2008 with millions more watching events on television networks around the world.
For Ms. Stacey Allaster bio, please, visit sportsindustrysummit.com/speakers-66-stacey_allaster.html.
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