Conceived in 2014 as an event to bring SportsPro magazine to life on stage, SportsPro Live is back, bigger and better, in 2016. With a new home at the iconic Wembley Stadium in London, and a new expanded two-day programme from 22 - 23 March, the broad focus of the event will be on evolution and revolution in the sports industry.
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600 Attendees 75% Director Level & Above 8+ Hours Networking Opportunities
30 Global Leaders 30% International Representation 2 Unmissable Days
SportsPro Live returns for its third edition in 2016, bigger, and, with a bit of luck, better than ever. Evolution and revolution across the industry is our broad theme for this year. Sessions will include headline one-on-one interviews, case studies, laser-focused panel discussions, and a hefty dose of genuine interactivity.
New dates, new format, new venue. SportsPro Live returns 22-23 March, 2016 at Wembley Stadium.
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