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Event Coverage: Money in sport

Event Coverage: Money In Sport

When: November 17 & 18, 2015
Where: Jupiters Casino, Gold Coast
Next Event: November 14 & 15, 2016

If your organisation has an interest in the business of sport then Money In Sport is the place for you. An event with some of the biggest names from across sport codes, the 2 day conference featured a lively group of speakers and networking opportunities providing access to many of the industry’s top professionals.

Delegates showcased the very best new practices and studies in sport, a vibrant forum to network and examined products and services from exhibitors in sport. Popular personalities in attendance included Ricky Nixon and Max Markson, with top corporates including Twitter, Samsung, Chelsea FC, and Sydney FC to name a few.

A forum for both personal and commercial growth, Money In Sport also provides a platform of networking opportunities with key individuals who have mastered the art of making money in sport.

Organised by the Tribal Sports Group, the next Money In Sport conference will return to Jupiters Hotel and Casino on the Gold Coast November 14 & 15, 2016. For further details go to:

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