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First speaker announced for the 7th European Golf Business Conference

7.51am 8th June 2012 - Exhibitions & Conferences - This story was updated on Friday, June 8th, 2012

The European Golf Business Conference, now into its 7th year, has fast become a major event for golfing industry players of all levels, and is a once a year opportunity to get up to speed with the latest trends and developments in the European and worldwide golf arena. This year the conference is again headed to the Mediterranean and will be hosted at the Hotel Majestic Barriere in Cannes, France from 21 – 23 November.

This year’s theme “Recreating the Golf Business” will focus on developing new and creative ways in which to run more efficient and profitable golf facilities.

Gregg Patterson, keynote speaker.

Legendary keynote speaker Gregg Patterson General Manager of the Beach Club in Santa Monica California will be “delivering the buzz” on stage this year. Gregg’s enthusiasm for club management and over 30 years of experience truly shines through his enlightening presentation which focuses on utilizing what you already have within your business to create a unique and unforgettable club experience.

Gregg’s interactive presentations never fail to inspire delegates, who are guaranteed to leave with the event with range of new and exciting ideas.

The conference provides delegates with a first rate opportunity to network in a like-minded international environment and to discuss current issues, developments and opportunities with decision makers from all levels of the golf industry.

Registration is now open at http://conference.egcoa.eu/

Delegates registering before 20 August will receive a discounted early bird registration rate.

European Golf Business Conference http://conference.egcoa.eu/

European Golf Course Owners Association www.egcoa.eu

 

       

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