Coliseum rebate for members to attend global sports body meet



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On February 12-13, international federations, host cities and a delegation of best of breed industry suppliers will gather for the 3rd annual International Federations Summit, in Lausanne, Switzerland.

Coliseum is pleased to have been invited to become media partners and, as part of a deepening relationship, we have negotiated 20 percent discount for our members to encourage them to join the debate and promote the growing symbiosis that is developing between the City and rights holder.

Over 50 sports federations have been invited, with 28 already having confirmed participation, including representatives from the governing bodies of hockey, rowing, sailing, skiing, table tennis, squash, cycling, archery, volleyball, canoeing, modern pentathlon, skating, Muay Thai, basketball, teqball, judo and F1. And these in turn have attracted representatives from destinations such as Budapest, Oman and The Hague. London, Birmingham, Stockholm, Denmark, Rotterdam, Scotland are seeking approval. We hope you can join them. The event has established its place in the industry calendar over recent years, thanks largely to the advocacy of Tom Dielen, Secretary General of World Archery. Says Dielen, “There has never been a more important time to come together and share best practice and learn how we can mitigate risk, minimize costs and maximize revenues and efficiencies. The only way to keep up with innovation, is to understand and embrace it.”

Over 8,000 events are run in any four-year cycle by the Association of Summer Olympic International Federations (ASOIF) members alone – each requiring the support of best of breed suppliers. This is the place to meet the people who decide where those events will be staged, and to begin to discuss levels of collaboration.

The summit offers like-minded professionals from across the major sporting events industry to discuss best practice and solutions around event delivery, fan engagement, safety and security of crowded places and much more on a global stage.

The format gives real opportunity for interaction with roundtables and informal presentations opening the door for federations who share upcoming plans, provide an overview of event dates and discuss challenges faced, giving suppliers the opportunity to outline their expertise and propose a variety of solutions and best practice.

For more information, please visit International Federations Summit 2020

Secure your place at this year’s International Federation Summit. This invite comes with a special 20 percent off on the regular ticket price when you quote ‘IFS2020CC’ while booking.

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