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Club Inc Host Networking Event at National FA Training Centre, St George’s Park

10.23am 18th January 2013 - Management Topics

St GeorgesThe event sponsored by AccessUtilities, will take place March 14th at St George’sPark, the brand new home to the FA’s National Training Centre, located at Burton-on-Trent in the heart of England.

Throughout 2013 Club Inc will be building on from previous successful events held at Worplesdon Golf Club, Wentworth Club and the Celtic Manor Resort, which provided many opportunities to develop industry knowledge, and ultimately career prospects across not only the UK, but throughout Europe.

Attendees will be offered a breakfast on arrival, followed by the views and insights from Ian Randell, Chief Executive of the PGAs of Europe and Ryder Cup Board Member. Club Inc is committed to hosting events and providing delegates insightful talks from influential figures within the sports and club industry.

A highlight of the event will include an exclusive tour behind the scenes of the FA training facilities followed by lunch to network and reflect over the day’s proceedings.

Club Inc continue to provide opportunities to Friends of Club Inc to not only learn from the best in the business, but importantly give attendees a rare opportunity to network with like-minded industry heads.

This high calibre event is yet another example of the significant benefits offered to Friends of Club Inc; a revolutionary networking community that continues to develop rapidly. To become a friend visit www.clubincorporated.com

Individuals are urged to submit applications as soon as possible to guarantee their place, as the event is strictly on a first come first served basis at a cost of just £55.

To apply for the event, along with other details on St George’s Park, download and complete the application form on website www.clubincorporated.com

       

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