In January 2018 Sportcal launched the GSI Partnership Programme which aims to attract long-term partners that will help to further develop and refine the GSI Methodology and create a standard for sport.
The GSI Partnership Programme builds on the framework established by the GSI Experts Programme, which will provide support to the GSI Partnership Programme. The GSI Experts Programme will be consulted for its overall opinion on different concepts and elements of the GSI Project.
The GSI Partnership Programme will bring together sports federations, cities, industry experts, commercial organisations and academics. They include members from ASOIF, as well as IAEH, which will enable cities to make a significant contribution in defining the direction of the GSI Partnership Programme.
Sportcal is looking to broaden the existing partnership agreements and attract other partners who can support the GSI Programme and the GSI Academic Programme through to 2020.
- Participation in GSI Working Groups
- Promotion through GSI Programme
- Access to Events Intelligence Centre
- Access to published GSI Event Studies
- Access to GSI Workshops
- Access to GSI Reports
- Support of GSI Academic Research
- Support in developing GSI Methodology
Sportcal is looking to broaden the existing partnership agreements and attract other partners who can support the GSI Programme and the GSI Academic Programme through to 2020