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KPMG Business Forum 2011: Booking now Open

5.14am 10th February 2011 - Exhibitions & Conferences - This story was updated on Monday, June 27th, 2011

Dr David Chu

Major international investors and developers will take centre stage at this year’s KPMG Golf Business Forum at the Park Hyatt Dubai, April 17-19, 2011.

The event, widely regarded as the most important annual meeting of the global golf industry and businesses involved in the real estate, finance and tourism sectors, will this year focus on the changing global marketplace.

Some of the world’s most powerful golf investors and developers will attend and reveal their insight and analysis on the current economic situation, what the future holds and their strategies for success.

Among those participating are:

Andrea Sartori, head of KPMG’s Golf Advisory Practice in EMA, said: “This year’s event will bring together some of the powerful and successful golf investors and developers of modern times for what I believe will be the most important Golf Business Forum yet.

“Some of the biggest business deals in golf have been struck at the Golf Business Forum and I have no doubt that this will be another exciting year.”

On the agenda for the two-and-a-half day conference are a variety of important topics, including:

The Golf Business Forum features a series of networking opportunities, including two golf days, a cocktail reception and gala dinner.

Registration is now open, with discounts available for delegates booking before February 21, 2011. Special rates are also available to GBF delegates at the event venue, the Park Hyatt Dubai, and with Emirates Airline.

For more information and to register, please visit

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