With less than two weeks to go before GolfBIC 2020 meet one of the event’s key speakers: David Glenwright.
With a degree in War Studies, David has been applying the art of strategy to social media for over seven years, designing and implementing social strategies and campaigns for clients including Birmingham City University, Millennium Point and Avon.
He heads up the award-winning training department at JC Social Media, designing and delivering bespoke one-to-one training courses that are built around a business’s own needs and objectives.
In 2017, David was accredited by Facebook as a trainer under their ‘She Means Business’ scheme, and he continues to be the only accredited trainer in the west midlands.
In his spare time, he volunteers as the digital engagement advisor to the Campaign For RealAle, the largest consumer group in Europe, supporting volunteers and ensuring that national campaigns are broadcast through social media to maximum effect.
Richard Haygarth – Chairman of the UK Golf Federation, comments: “From hi tech ranges to Adventure Golf and holiday lodges, meet the innovators in the golf industry at GolfBIC at the Forest of Arden on 16 March.
“The GolfBIC supplier exhibition hall is full of major suppliers for your business and the golf industry and will be supported by key people from these companies so be sure to book your place today.
Day passes are £59 and while the overnight package, which includes accommodation and the Gala Dinner costs £199.00 (all plus VAT)
To book a delegate’s place or register your golf facility as a member of the UK Golf Federation register HERE.
For more information contact Doug Poole, CEO of UKGF via email@example.com or 07711665247
The UKGF is a not-for-profit organisation with 580 member facilities whose aims are to represent and support the interests of proprietary and commercial golf courses and driving ranges in the UK. It takes a key role in providing leadership in discussions with Government and golf’s governing bodies on all matters that impact commercially-minded golf facilities. The Federation has a programme of benefits and opportunities for its members to enable them to understand and develop their business. Its mission is to “grow golf participation through open access golf facilities and grow the bottom line”.
UK Golf Federation – Federation House, First Floor, Unit 64, 6th Street, Stoneleigh Park, CV8 2LG Tel 02476 414999