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Guy Kinnings to feature in CPG’s first Business Club forum

10.20am 9th April 2021 - Corporate

The Confederation of Professional Golf has announced that first in a series of Business Club digital forums and networking events will feature European Tour deputy CEO Guy Kinnings.

The online-only event will take place on April 29 at 4pm, when CPG Chief Executive Ian Randell with Kinnings, who is also director of Ryder Cup Europe.

The discussion will be followed by a short breakout session with attendees grouped together to meet and debate the subjects covered in the talk, generating valuable business relationships through golf.

Randell commented: “I am really looking forward to welcoming members and individuals interested in golf and business to the CPG Business Club’s inaugural ‘Golf – The Sport of Business’ event. We could not ask for anyone better than Guy to be our guest for this first event, where attendees will gain valuable insights about how businesses effectively utilise golf as a vehicle to further their corporate objectives.

“Guy has vast experience around global sponsorship and partnerships in golf through his time heading up the golf division of IMG and more recently with the European Tour and Ryder Cup, so this will be a fantastic way to kickstart our new Business Club and provide new opportunities to create meaningful business relationships through golf.”

Kinnings said: “I am delighted to be part of the inaugural CPG Business Club event. There is no question that golf is the recognised sport of business; from the tremendous networking opportunities that exist simply by playing 18 holes, to the more expansive sponsorship and partnership of major golfing events by blue chip companies across the world. I look forward to discussing all of this and more as part of the session.”

Registration to attend the seminar is free and open to all businesses and individuals working in the golf industry. To join the inaugural online event subscribe to the free Business Club monthly newsletter by clicking here.

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