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Multi Course Owners to meet in Marbella

1.54am 18th November 2011 - Exhibitions & Conferences

Europe’s leading Multi Course Owners are headed to The 2011 European Golf Business Conference to attend the 3rd annual multi course owners meeting on Wednesday 30th November at the luxurious Don Carlos Resort in Marbella, Spain.

The meeting is a once a year opportunity for the owners of Europe’s largest and most prestigious multi course organisations to gather on an international platform to discuss and collaborate solutions to increase rounds ,revenues, reduce operating costs and to run more stable and profitable businesses.

With over 25 different multi course organisations confirmed the meeting is shaping up to be the most influential to date. Troon Golf, Crown Golf, Burhill Golf, NGF, Bluegreen and Aymerich golf club are just of few of the leading organizations that will be in attendance.

The meeting will be followed by the opening reception of the EGCOA Conference.

EGCOA Golf Business Conference

Now celebrating its 6th year in sunny Marbella, the conference, to be held 30 November to 2 December,  aims to focus on ‘Capturing the opportunities’ that the golfing industry now has to offer and how to sustain and grow business during these turbulent times.

Leading industry speakers and delegates will discuss current industry topics as well as the latest trends and developments in the European and worldwide golf arena. The 3 day conference will bring together the golfing world’s decision makers from both established and emerging organisations.

Places are now limited to register, go to: http://conference.egcoa.eu/register/ , or contact: John King: conference@egcoa.eu

 

       

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