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KPMG’s second annual Golf Business Forum

12.40am 8th June 2005 - Exhibitions & Conferences

The event schedule and speaker line-up for KPMG’s second annual Golf Business Forum can be viewed at The year’s ‘most exciting and interactive golf industry conference’ will be held next week in Prague on 16-17 June at Hotel InterContinental Prague.
Members of the European Golf Course Owners Association receive a 15% discount on the entry-fee. Contact Lodewijk Klootwijk
This year’s forum will also include the launch of KPMG’s Golf Course Development Cost Survey, a research initiative in Europe, Middle East and Africa. The survey will provide a better understanding of factors influencing the construction costs of golf courses, the process of selecting golf course designers, as well as construction companies.
”KPMG has established a unique platform to meet, learn and exchange ideas at an exciting and memorable event, enabling you to strengthen your business relations within the industry,” said Dr. Andrea Sartori, the event director and partner in KPMG Advisory Ltd. “Let’s meet in Prague.”

The Golf Business Forum will discuss:

  • the value of signature vs. non-signature courses
  • creative golf membership strategies
  • operating profitable golf academies
  • international golf course marketing
  • …and how to succeed in today’s challenging golf industry?

Golf Business Forum


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