Sport and Technology: The Conference 2007
29th June 2007, Inmarsat, London, UK
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The London headquarters of global satellite communications provider Inmarsat, well known for its World Rally Championship and Volvo Ocean Race sponsorships, will host the panel-based conference on Friday 29 June 2007 in Old Street, London.
Derek Wyatt, Member of Parliament in the UK government will take part in the opening panel discussion of the day, looking at the issue of Convergence. Derek is Chairman of the All Party Internet Group and also Chairman of both the All Party Rugby Group and All Party Olympics Group at Westminster. His fellow panellists are Andrew Brown, Chief Operating Officer, Racing UK; Hyacinth Nwana, Managing Director, Mobile Media Solutions, Arqiva; Peter Lewinton, Head of Sport, Virgin Media; and Rhys Beer, recently Head of Broadband, Setanta Sports, all of whom bring a wealth of experience to this timely discussion.
As well as also including panel discussions on the areas of ‘Protecting Digital Assets in Sport and the Rise of Social Networking Sites’, ‘Venues as Television Studios’ and ‘Technology versus Referees’, Sport and Technology: The Conference 2007 will feature an afternoon opening address by Mickey Charles, President and CEO of realtime sports wire service The Sports Network and a closing sddress by Doug Gardner, Managing Director of Avaya’s FIFA World Cup Programmes 2001-06. Delegates will also enjoy an evening cocktail party and a charity raffle, both of which have been popular at the event since its
inaugural edition in 2005.
Tottenham Hotspur legend, Steve Perryman MBE, now Director of Football at Exeter City FC, will be the drawmaster at the charity raffle which will include prizes such as a FIFA World Cup football signed by Pele and donated by Avaya and an Ashes Tour signed Australian bat donated by the ECB. Perryman holds the Spurs record for most appearances in the league, FA Cup, League Cup and Europe. In a long, successful career Perryman also won more medals than any other player at Spurs with two League Cups, two UEFA Cups and two FA Cups alongside the honour of the Football Writers' Player of the Year in 1982. In 1986, Perryman was awarded the MBE for services to football.
Sport and Technology: The Conference will be the must-attend event of 2007 for all those working in the sports industry.
Speakers this year include representatives from the following organisations:
Register now and join an extensive list of senior industry executives at the must-attend event of 2007 while seats last!
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