Something for everyone at Sport Events Congress 2016!
CSTA – Don’t miss out on this packed program that will appeal to first-timers and veteran attendees – Registration deadline is February 27
Join the more than 300 delegates already registered, representing coast-to-coast destinations from Sporthost Victoria to STEP St. John’s and the A-Z of sport organizations (well almost to Z) from Alpine Ontario to WaterPolo Canada, along with everywhere and everyone in between.
Whether you’ve attended SEC in previous years, or are thinking about attending for the very first time, the three days of this year’s event, March 6-8 at The Westin Ottawa Hotel, are packed with:
- Professional development
- Business-to-business opportunities
- Networking functions
- Social Activities
- Vendor Displays
Learn from Canada’s sport tourism industry leaders featured on panels discussing:
- Good to Great in Bidding and Hosting
- Ticket Sales – The Financial Base of a Great Event
- Sport Canada’s Hosting Program for International Sport Events
- Municipal Hosting Policies/Programs
- Stay to Play in Canada – Maximizing the return for events, destinations and hotel partners
- Room Poaching – Ensuring visitors to your sport events are making reservations through recognized booking engines
- Winning Business In the Sport Tourism Segment, and more!
- The Honourable Carla Qualtrough, Minister of Sport and Persons with a Disability
- The Honourable Michael Coteau, Minister of Tourism, Culture and Sport (Ontario)
- Greg Stremlaw (CBC Sports)
- Peter Montopoli (Canadian Soccer Association)
- Dean McIntosh (Hockey Canada)
- Martin Boileau (Sport Canada)
- Garo Keresteci (FUSE Holdings Inc.)
- Mark Eckert (Volleyball Canada)
- Rob Mullowney (St. John’s IceCaps)
- Sandra Gage (Canadian Soccer Association)
- Keith Raynes (Discover Saint John)
- Andrew Campbell (Canada 150 Federal Secretariat) and more!
Register by February 27 online at www.canadiansporttourism.com.
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