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Growth opportunities in East & Central Europe

3.00pm 16th February 2007 - Exhibitions & Conferences

‘Golf Development in Eastern European Countries’ is the theme of a Golf Business Conference which will take place in Wroclaw, Poland in April. The aim of this conference is to provide golf investors, owners and operators from East and Central Europe with up to date knowledge of golf business in the region.

The speaker line-up includes Steve Isaac, R&A; Dr Falk Billion, golf course valuer; Marek Podstolski, PGA of Poland; Leif Ohlsson and Mikael Sorling, PGAs of Europe; Peter Bradburn, Aphrodite Hills; Keith Haslam, PGA Golf Management; Terry Coates, CECTA; Jonathan Smith, Golf Environment Europe; Andrzej Miekus, consultant for Polish Golf Union; Libor Jirasek, Golfer Company; Jeremy Pern, Golf Architect and Dean Cleaver of FEGGA.

Delegates will thus have the opportunity to listen to some the best and most experienced golf market specialists and to meet decision makers and golf management

There will be ample opportunity to discuss issues with experienced professionals, to establish contacts and to start business partnerships with the emphasis on finding ways to develop individual golf courses and golf markets.

Golf Business Conference will be an exceptional meeting ground for international golf market specialists and the decision makers from Eastern European countries.
Golf Business Conference


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