The 5th annual Club Leadership Summit is to take place at Lord’s, the Home of Cricket, from December 4-6, with 50 of the top CEOs and General Managers from all over Europe and the Middle East set to attend.
Over the years, the event has established itself as one of the best networking and educational events within the club world, giving senior personnel the chance to network with their peers and learn from a variety of industry leaders.
In previous years, the Summit has been held at other prestigious venues such as Wimbledon, Wembley, Twickenham and Goodwood. This year, the iconic Lord’s Cricket Ground will provide the backdrop, with the dinner taking place in the famous Long Room.
The 2016 Summit is once again supported by several world class partners, with Toro, Wheels Up, EZGO, Castiglion del Bosco and Golf Genius Software all on board.
Golfing4Life (G4L) has been announced as the official charity partner of the Summit, with the not for profit organisation supporting the development of young golfers by utilising their network and knowledge pool to identify and assist players that have the potential, desire and commitment to reach the pinnacle of the game.
The support from the partners allows managers to learn from influential speakers, highlighted by Keith Pelley, CEO of the European Tour, Tom Delozier, General Manager of 2017 USPGA venue Quail Hollow Golf Club, Tom Reilly, Director of Talent Management at Billy Casper Golf, and John Colucci, Executive Vice President and Founding Partner of Wheels Up.
Invitations are limited to just 50 delegates, with clubs already signed up including Valderamma, The Wisley, Queenwood, Royal Dornoch, Monte Rei, Kingsbarns and The Berkshire.
To learn more about the summit, please visit www.clubleadershipsummit.com and if you would like to be considered for an invitation, please write in confidence to Niall Flanagan at niall@Clubincorporated.com
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