Sports Business Expo and Conference (SBEC 2002)
|Event Date/Time: May 29, 2002||End Date/Time: May 31, 2002|
|Registration Date: May 25, 2002|
|Early Registration Date: Apr 01, 2002|
Using Technology to Your Greatest Advantage - discussions such as:
webcasting services and logistics
Facilities - new facilities financing and construction, working with local political climate for new facilities, daily operations and leasing agreements will be covered.
Marketing and Promotions - local press relations, using your advertisers for marketing, promotions concepts and contests, guerilla and viral marketing, and working with local community groups are all on the agenda.
Sales - advertising and sponsorships, tickets, merchandising and licensing are some topics listed so far.
Operations - Human Resources issues such as benefits, employee relations and the first SportsJuice.com Compensation survey; Financial issues - managing contracts, taxes and investments; Legal and regulatory issues; Travel logistics and more.
Schools - Recruiting, fund-raising, academics and athletics, internal and external program promotion and marketing are all on the table.
Who will attend:
Team Operation Executives
League Operations Executives
College Business Managers
College Athletic Directors
College Sports Information Directors
Head Coaches and Managers
Anyone interested in obtaining the best information on how to run, market and sell your sports entity.
Online Registration will be available by February 25.
Register early and save! Price before April 1: $395. Thereafter, Price of your registration will be $495. Fax Registration Form
Register early to be part of the SBEC-Online Community, soon to be available at the website. Event exhibitor info, bulletin boards, white papers and speaker access will be a part of what we will be offering to all registered attendees of the conference.
And being in America's playground, this conference offers the many attractions of ATLANTIC CITY and South Jersey. We have these special activities for your family: »DETAILS
Wednesday night, have a picnic, and watch the Atlantic City Surf professional baseball club play a home game.
Thursday, tour a regional winery and shop for antiques in The Towne of Historic Smithville.
Friday, tour the Victorian district by trolley in The National Historic Landmark City of Cape May.
There will also be an Exhibits Hall, with representatives from every service industry in sports. Speak directly with vendor representatives and get the best info and prices for the services and products you need.
Who Should Exhibit:
Sports Marketing Firms
Sports Technology Companies
Sports Media Companies
Any Company whose target market is the people who run sports.