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UK opportunities in the emerging European market

2.00pm 29th October 2003 - Exhibitions & Conferences

Companies from all sectors of the UK golf industry have the opportunity to showcase their expertise at the 1st. European Golf Investment Conference & Exhibition which takes place in Athens from 28th to 29th November 2003.
Greece is very enthusiastic about the golf industry and its potential. With only about half a dozen courses at present it is looking to increase that total to fifty within the next 5-10 years. The exhibition offers UK companies an opportunity to showcase their products/services not only to the Greek market but also to the emerging markets in Europe, particularly in Central and Eastern Europe.
The Conference & Exhibition is to focus on promoting the further development of the golf hospitality, resort, real estate and consulting industries in Europe by bringing together captains of industry, investors, executives, lenders, designers, developers, consultants, constructors, manufacturers, service providers, experts, top government officials, policy formers, decision-makers and other stakeholders from around the world.
Trade Partners UK have funded stand space at the exhibition for any interested UK companies who would like to have their brochures/literature exhibited at the exhibition free of charge. Interested UK companies should contact Owen O‘Connor at Trade Partners UK (details below) for further details.
For further information on the 1st European Golf Investment Conference & Exhibition, please visit the organiser’s website at:
Owen O‘Connor, Trade Partners UK, Sports and Leisure Unit, Bay 450, Kingsgate House, London
SW1E 6SW Tel: 020 7215 4841 Fax: 020 7931 8851
e-mail: owen.o‘

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