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Finance in Sport, Tuesday 19th March 2019

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Finance in Sport Tuesday 19th March, 2019 at the Institute of Directors, Pall Mall, London.

PSN’s Finance in Sport brings together over 150 elite-level sports representatives from across the globe and spanning over 20 different sports disciplines, to discuss a number of essential topics concerning those responsible for guiding the finances of some of the most reputable sports organisations in the world.

The conference will be of particular interest to senior financial professionals such as: Board members, C-Level Directors, Commercial Directors, Heads of Partnerships & Sponsorship, Heads of Fan Engagement and more, from sports clubs, leagues, governing bodies and agencies, as the event shares insights into the ‘money matters’ that face every sporting venture. This includes:

  • Funding stadium re-development projects and sourcing naming rights
  • Cost Saving Procurement
  • Financial challenges for elite sports organisations
  • Creating revenue streams through fan engagement and use of technology
  • Commercialising niche sports into major attractions
  • Financial challenges of hosting a major tournament
  • The future of sponsorship and media rights, and much more.

The conference also plays host to a number of high-profile speakers such as: Barry Hearn (Matchroom Sports, PDC & WSA), Ruaidhri Dunn & Tom Warwick (The FA), Chris Travers (Formula 1), Mitesh Velani (Saracens), Scott McLeod (Everton FC), Simon Steele (LTA) plus many more.

Finance in Sport Partners

Globe Air

Wirecard

SAP Concur

Farrer & Co

Populous

Johan Cruyff Institute

See what happened in previous events

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ij149O-R3jM&t=1s

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Event Information & Stats

100+ delegates who are key influencers within the role of Finance in Sport
80:20 Finance in Sport Specialists: Service Providers
Dedicated Time reserved for high-quality network
Finance in sport specialist speakers
Invite-only community of high profile sports executives
Events that prioritise learning and sharing best practice

Who attends?

20%

Marketing

20%

Commercial

18%

Venue/ Operations

15%

Ticketing

10%

CEO/ MD

7%

Digital

5%

Media

5%

CRM

Why attend?

Do you work at a major sports team, league or governing body in any capacity that sees you interact with athletes? Or do you have a position in any athlete-facing service provider? If so, our finance seminars are designed specifically for you as a place to meet like-minded people and learn best practice from leading practitioners in the sports finance support network.

Event Key Topics:

Activating funding opportunities

Converting fans into customers

Compliance with the 2017 Criminal Finances Act

Converting fans into customers

Managing the balance sheet

Cost-saving procurement

Third-party ownership

Planning for Brexit

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