The 2011 Trade Show & Convention being hosted at Dandenong Stadium – April 19 & 20 has received another huge boost today with confirmation of Australian Sports Commission – Capability Director, Rob Clement as the keynote speaker. Mr. Clement will address the convention participants on Day 1, speaking on ‘Commercialisation of the sport for the benefit of all.’
The two day schedule is full of presentations, forums and panel discussions featuring many industry leaders. The convention theme is ‘Building Partnerships for the Future’ which aims to provide significant benefits to all attending sporting organisations, associations & sporting bodies. The 2011 Basketball Managers Inc. Convention will again feature a Trade Show with up to 50 industry related businesses on site to discuss product & services.
Confirmed speakers include:
• Wayne Morris, Wollongong Hawks CEO
• David Shilbury, Deakin University Chair Sports Management Program
• Sean Callanan, Sports Geek – SportsGeek.com.au
• Umberto Righetti, SportingPulse International
• James Merlino, Member for Monbulk – Sports Minister in the former Victorian Government
• Richie Gee, Commercial Manager, Basketball Australia
• Bill Den Hartog, Senior Community Enterprise Manager, Bendigo Bank
• Andrew Ryan, Jayco
• Mike King, SGL Group
• Larry Sengstock, CEO, Basketball Australia
• Frank Kelloway, The Lonsdale Group
• Jude McGuire, CEO School Sport Victoria
Further speakers will be announced as they confirm
Please see attached files for the 2011 Convention Schedule, and Registration forms.
Registrations & Exhibitor Booths are still open, contact Paul Flynn (03) 9794 7192 for more information.
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