Registration Open for European Healthy Stadia Conference at International Sports Convention (Geneva 2014)


Registration Open for European Healthy Stadia Conference at International Sports Convention (Geneva 2014)

The European Healthy Stadia Conference 2014 will take place on 10th December this year in Geneva as part of the International Sports Convention (Geneva Palexpo, 10-11 December). The Convention will consist of 18 sports conferences and expos taking place over the 2 days, and with 4000 delegates expected to attend, this will make ISC the largest sports convention in 2014.

Building on the success of last year’s Healthy Stadia Conference held at Manchester City FC’s Etihad Stadium, this event is now considered the principal symposium and networking space for professionals involved in the cross-cutting fields of sport, health, corporate and social responsibility, and stadia management. Healthy Stadia, World Heart Federation and UEFA are all confirmed to speak on the day, whilst a full programme of speakers for the Conference will be announced in May.

We are able to offer delegates a significant ‘earlybird’ discount rate of €118 (including tax), which will be open to delegates until June 1st by quoting ‘hs2014’ at the registration prompt. Online registration and payment is now open.

For those who are interested in attending additional conferences that are running as part of the Convention, delegates can also use the code ‘earlyoffer25’ where they will get a 25% discount on that chosen conference which is currently available until June 11th.

Matthew Philpott, Director of Healthy Stadia said: “We are delighted to be part of The International Sports Convention in 2014 and look forward to bringing together professionals from sport, stadia management and health in Geneva. The success of the Healthy Stadia Conference at Manchester City this year is testimony to the significant growth and interest in this field, and our Conference speakers will demonstrate the joint commercial and societal benefits of adopting a Healthy Stadia approach.”


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