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Developing new golf markets in Europe

9.00pm 15th November 2006 - Exhibitions & Conferences

“Golf Development in Eastern Europe countries” will take place in Wroclaw, Poland on 19th-21st April 2007. The aim of this conference is to provide golf investors, operators, owners and would-be developers from East and Central Europe with up to date knowledge of the golf business in their region. It also gives delegates a great opportunity to make contact with decision makers, golf architects and management professionals and to obtain many useful business connections.
The Golf Business Conference promises to be an exceptional meeting place and will focus on three aspects of the business:

  • Golf development in Eastern Europe countries
  • Golf marketing and golf management
  • Golf and the environment

All the speakers are outstanding, international specialists who well understand these new, developing markets: Steve Isaac of the R&A; Dr. Falk Billion golf course valuer; Terry Coates CECTA; Jeremy Pern golf architect; Libor Jirasek golf architect & EU funds specialist; Peter Bradburn from Aphrodite Hills Golf Course; Marek Podstolski PGA of Poland; Jonathan Smith GEE; Dean Cleaver FEGGA.
Having seen their presentations, there will be an opportunity for delegates to discuss with them and raise individual questions during the round table session as well as during and after the conference golf tournament played at the fantastic Toya Golf Club.
The Toro Company is the main sponsor of the Golf Business Conference which is also supported by The R&A; Polish Golf Union; PGA of Poland; Golf Environment Europe; CECTA; FEGGA; Golfzon and Syngenta.
All the information can be found on conference site www.golfconference.eu

       

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