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Early Booking Incentive for Golf Business Conference

12.16am 29th September 2010 - Exhibitions & Conferences - This story was updated on Tuesday, September 28th, 2010

Registrations are being taken at a rapid pace for the 2010 European Golf Business Conference, which takes place in London, UK from 30 November to 2 December 2010.

The Early Bird deadline for this event is this Friday, 1 October 2010. Attendees who register by this date will qualify for the reduced rate of €445- (members) and €725- (non-members).

Those interested in attending are also encouraged to register as soon as possible to secure their place at this year’s event, as there are a limited number of places.

EGCOA Conference Highlights:

  • 30 November 2010 – Opening Evening Reception at the prestigious Royal Horticultural Halls & Conference Centre in Victoria. The ideal opportunity to meet fellow delegates for the first time and to view the conference venue.
  • 1 December 2010 – Lead by a range of prominent speakers from the international golf industry, the conference program will cover a wide range of topics, including Best Practices and Human Capital to Marketing & Internet strategy. The EGCOA General Meeting will also take place at the end of the first day’s program, followed by an evening dinner cruise along the river Thames.
  • 2 December 2010 – Day 2 will begin with a discussion of “The Business of Building a Sustainable Golf Course Model”, followed by “Development – The Future of Golf”. The final session of the day will be an interactive forum dealing with “The Keys to Consistency in the Golf Business”.

This is a great opportunity to boost your business, knowledge and to network with key industry figures. For further information and to register, visit the EGCOA Conference website at: http://conference.egcoa.eu

       

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