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Asia Pacific Golf Summit 2015: Speakers confirmed

12.09pm 2nd October 2015 - Exhibitions & Conferences

APGS adWith less than two weeks to go before the Asia Pacific Golf Summit at Orchid Country Club in Singapore 14-15 October, the key speakers have been confirmed as:

Andrew Wood; Founder, Legendary Marketing and author of the best-selling “Golf Marketing Bible” – http://golfmarketingbible.com/

Gregg Patterson; General Manager of the world famous Beach Club California Santa Monica, senior Associate with Kapoor and Kapoor Hospitality Consultants, lecturer at Winston University and world renowned speaker on club management.

Bill Sanderson; Europe’s top expert on club management and a sought after corporate business coach who lectures at Manchester Business School and at the Club Managers Association of Europe.

Andy Stangenberg; Arguably one of the world’s best speakers on service excellence and leadership performance. He is pure dynamite and is a game changer for service standards in the hospitality industry.

James Cronk; The champion of people performance – whether it’s customer service, sales or productivity – the better your people perform, the better your profits is what he specialises in.

For APGS Mike Sebastian sums up, “These are the men who will lead and moderate the APGS Town Hall Debate in an inspiring, revealing, stimulating and mind-changing dialogue where the emphasis will be on two-way communications and a steady stream of new and innovative ideas. Forget about boring conferences that send you into a deep slumber. Instead, come to APGS 2015 and be part of the golf industry’s first Town Hall Debate. A new paradigm for the golf club industry in Asia!”

Registration is still open at https://secure.golfconference.org/event/asia-pacific-golf-summit-2015

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