Europe’s leading Multi Course Owners are headed to The 2013 European Golf Business Conference to attend the 5rd annual multi course meeting on Wednesday 23thOctober at the 5 star Tivoli Hotel in Lisbon, Portugal. The meeting is a once a year opportunity for the owners of Europe’s largest and most prestigious multi course organisations to gather on an international platform to discuss and collaborate solutions to increase rounds, revenues, reduce operating costs and to run more stable and profitable businesses.
Over the last number of year an average of 500 golf courses were represented. With many of Europe’s leading multi-course organizations already confirmed the meeting is shaping up to be the most influential to date. The meeting will be followed by the opening reception of the EGCOA Conference.
Now celebrating its 8th year in beautiful Lisbon, Portugal. This year’s Golf Business Conference will focus on getting back to basics. For the golf industry to evolve we must understand better what the customer wants. By identifying the root of issues such as falling levels of player participation we can clearly develop strategies & programmes in which to assist the industry in moving forward. The international line up of leading industry speakers will explore a range of topics giving delegates a clear direction on how to grow the game and their business for the future. The 3 day conference will bring together up to 200 of the golfing world’s decision makers from both established and emerging organizations.
Among the panel discussions and presentation topics on the agenda are: Growing the game of golf, the power and potential of the female golf market, embracing and integrating technological advances in the golf industry, Intelligent pricing in golf, the role and impact and third party tee time resellers in golf and many more.
Places are now limited to register, go to: http://conference.egcoa.eu/register/, or contact: the EGCOA at: email@example.com.
The European Golf Business Conference is organized by the European Golf Course Owners Association (EGCOA). The EGCOA provides services to support golf course owners in their aims, represents their interests on a European level and improves golf business on a European level. The EGCOA represents more than 950 golf facilities in 24 European countries. In 14 countries the National Golf Course Owners Associations are member of the EGCOA.
European Golf Course Owners Association www.egcoa.eu