Who should attend?
- Sports administrators who want to learn social media strategies from peers
- Sports marketers who want to know how to get on board with social media trends
- Athletes who wants to learn how to build their brand
- Sporting industry professionals who want to know how social media can help your bottom line
- Semi-professional and amateur sport volunteers or administrators who want to learn about the principles of social media and see how easy and affordable it can be to involve yourself
- Print and traditional media professionals who want to hear about the way technology is changing the way we interact with sport on a daily basis
- Digital media agencies who want to learn how those in sport are introducing social and digital media strategies to increase and engage their fan base
- Marketing or public relations professionals who wants to see how the press release has evolved into a direct message to the consumer
- Talent representation professionals who want to hear how this platform can generate revenue and interest in your clients’ brand?
- Students or teachers who want to hear case studies from a range of industry professionals using social media in sport on a daily basis
Last year’s attendees
Digital Sport Summit 2010 attracted a wide range of attendees from a broad selection of business and sport. With something for everyone, we aim to provide an opportunity to listen to industry experts on how you can implement or improve on social media use in your sporting or digital organisation.
Some of the organisations who attended in 2010 include: