Smart Cities & Sport Summit 2015 - only 10 places left

The Smart Cities & Sport Summit, the unique conference for cities involved in sport, is close to capacity with only 10 places still available. Registration for this exciting event will officially close on Tuesday, October 13, 2015. 

The Smart Cities & Sport Summit, the unique conference for cities involved in sport, is close to capacity with only 10 places still available. Registration for this exciting event will officially close on Tuesday, October 13, 2015. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn and share with participants from around the world!

From cities, International Federations, the IOC and sport suppliers, the Smart Cities & Sport Summit has already confirmed the participation from a wide spread of organisations and cities active in sport. This rich blend of backgrounds, experiences and opinions will ensure that a stimulating environment will be enjoyed by all.

The programme will explore a variety of themes, each integral to the relationship between cities and sport, including "Sport & place branding", "Sports facility management – finding the best model", "Sports to promote social inclusion and diversity" and "Active and Healthy cities – developing a sport-friendly environment".

In addition, this year, the IOC, together with the Smart Cities & Sport Summit, are offering a unique opportunity for cities to learn more about the many different and complex aspects of bidding for the world’s biggest sporting event in a special session, which will take place on Wednesday, October 14, 2015.

The Smart Cities & Sport Summit is the place to be for any city wishing to learn about efficient and sustainable sport development strategies and to network with important actors in the sport sector.

Don’t miss it: October 12-14, 2015 in Lausanne, the Olympic Capital!

Click here to register for the Smart Cities & Sport Summit.

For more information, contact:

World Union of Olympic Cities

Email address: info@olympiccities.org

Phone: + 41 21 315 24 49

20 Years at #1: Your best source of news about the Olympics is www.aroundtherings.com, for subscribers only