The Sports Events industry’s unique annual meeting know as “The Relationship Conference” kicked off a busy four day agenda on Monday, October 5th in Shreveport-Bossier City, Louisiana. Registration was underway all day long at the Shreveport Convention Center for S.P.O.R.T.S. 2015, as delegates from across North America gathered to make …
Planning and hosting sports events can be much different than business meetings, social events or conventions. Industry professionals offer the following best-practice tips for working with these groups.
1. Staffing Staffing is key to success, said Nicole Seltzer, director of convention center sales with the Memphis Cook Convention Center. …
In recent years, the potential of the sports events market has garnered notable attention from destination marketing groups, carving out a respectable, sustainable niche. While meetings and events are rebounding across the board following a few turbulent, lean years, the sports events industry has maintained a strong, steady presence, …
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