News from TSE Consulting
Wednesday, 9 March, 2016
Last month to benefit from the Academy’s early bird rate!
If you haven’t registered for the exciting conference dedicated to sport leaders yet, this is your last chance to benefit from the early bird rate! Register now for this year’s edition of the Academy which will take place at the Olympic Museum in Lausanne on June 1-2 and benefit from a discount of 200 CHF!
TSE Consulting’s Academy conference is organised to be as interactive as possible, giving delegates the opportunity to discuss each session at length with their peers in a classroom style setting and eventual breakout sessionss. In fact, we like to refer to the Academy as a hybrid between a conference and a training seminar as our aim is to offer the participants useful and concrete tools to help them in the daily management of their respective organisations. In addition, all breakout sessions and networking events are included with the registration, from the welcome cocktail at the Mövenpick hotel in Lausanne to the Gala dinner which will be organised at the beautiful Château d’Ouchy on the stunning shores of the Lake Geneva in Lausanne.
This year, the Academy has put in place a very exciting programme that will cover sessions on Revenues, Promotion and Influence. An interesting debate on good governance will also be organised on the afternoon on June 2 to close the conference on a high note. We are delighted to welcome great speakers who will share their extensive knowledge on the different topic that will be presented. To cite a few of them, we will have François Carrard – expert in Good Governance, Alex Trickett – Head of Sport at Twitter UK and James Hickman – a former Olympian and now Head of Marketing at Speedo. Play the Game, Manchester City, Burson-Marstellar, True North, Sponsorise ME and many more representatives will also be involved in what is expected to be a great edition of The Academy!
Do not miss this opportunity and register before March 31st to benefit from the early bird discount, register here.
To learn more about the Academy programme, click here.