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Golf Business Forum raring to go

Golf Business Forum hits its stride

The blockbuster 2018 Golf Business Forum program has been set.
With only two months to go, an impressive line-up of Australian and international speakers has been locked in and will mean delegates will hear a diversity of perspectives from around the golfing world on 30-31 July in Melbourne.
Forum co-organsier Andrew Davies said that from the Australian Sports Commission and Golf Australia through to experts in the fields of hospitality, marketing and retail, he had created "essential content for everyone who works in Australian golf".
“Locking down the two-day program has been a key priority,” Davies said.
“We’ve worked alongside all speakers to ensure the content is new, relevant, informative and, most importantly, useful for every delegate going forward in their respective businesses.”
Backed again by platinum partner MPower MSL and foundation sponsor Golf Australia, co-organiser Guy Chapple said the Golf Business Forum had enjoyed great sponsorship support from other industry bodies and suppliers.
“We are now in the throes of putting together our exhibitor space,” Chapple said.
“The exhibition space in 2016 was our attempt to do something a little different and it really resonated with vendors and delegates alike. We’re thrilled to have most of our 2016 exhibitors back on board for July, and we only have a few spots left in the exhibition, including our innovative digital exhibitor packages."
Only a limited number of tickets at "early bird" reduced prices remain, with delegate passes available via www.golfbusinessforum.com.au/register 
The website www.golfbusinessforum.com.au/program has all details on the scheduled program.

The blockbuster 2018 Golf Business Forum program has been set.

With only two months to go, an impressive line-up of Australian and international speakers has been locked in and will mean delegates will hear a diversity of perspectives from around the golfing world on 30-31 July in Melbourne.

Forum co-organsier Andrew Davies said that from the Australian Sports Commission and Golf Australia through to experts in the fields of hospitality, marketing and retail, he had created "essential content for everyone who works in Australian golf".

“Locking down the two-day program has been a key priority,” Davies said.

“We’ve worked alongside all speakers to ensure the content is new, relevant, informative and, most importantly, useful for every delegate going forward in their respective businesses.”

Backed again by platinum partner MPower MSL and foundation sponsor Golf Australia, co-organiser Guy Chapple said the Golf Business Forum had enjoyed great sponsorship support from other industry bodies and suppliers.

“We are now in the throes of putting together our exhibitor space,” Chapple said.

“The exhibition space in 2016 was our attempt to do something a little different and it really resonated with vendors and delegates alike. We’re thrilled to have most of our 2016 exhibitors back on board for July, and we only have a few spots left in the exhibition, including our innovative digital exhibitor packages."

Only a limited number of tickets at "early bird" reduced prices remain, with delegate passes available via www.golfbusinessforum.com.au/register

The website www.golfbusinessforum.com.au/program  has all details on the scheduled program.

 


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