15-16 June 2021
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RENEWING RESILIENCE

Firmly established as the singular agenda-setting event for Australia’s Sport industry, the Business of Sport Summit is returning in June with renewed ambition to build business resilience.

As our operating environment corrects and the sector begins to unlock, the Summit presents an enviable opportunity for the nation’s Sport leaders to connect, combat shared challenges, and leverage opportunities emerging from the upturn economy.

Together, we will interrogate the forces shaping the profession, from unleashing the power of fans to digital ecosystems, broadcasting innovation and live experiences, all with the intent of charting a new path to progress.

Why Attend

  • The Business of Sport Summit secures national and global speakers of unmatched quality and immense authority. Our attendees are charged with shaping the conversation, armed with an array of real-time engagement tools.
  • Every session is independently moderated to facilitate candid discussion and debate, and the programme is designed to provide attendees with valuable opportunities to connect in-person on the business that matters.

Gain Access

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35+ Industry Speakers
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2 Powerful Days
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Executive Learning Agenda
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12 Keynotes
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150+ Sports Business Executives
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5-Star Networking Environment
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James Rosenstock
Executive Vice President International

WWE (USA)
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James Rosenstock
Executive Vice President International

WWE (USA)
As head of International, Rosenstock will be charged with growing WWE’s brand and business outside of the U.S., including partnering with senior executives across the company’s live events, digital, consumer products and WWE Network divisions to support corporate priorities and develop growth strategies. He will also manage WWE’s global TV partners, new agreements and business opportunities. Rosenstock is an accomplished media and technology executive who has been instrumental in architecting and expanding Sony, Discovery and VICE's international businesses. At Discovery, Rosenstock oversaw $3 billion of international expansion investment including the acquisition of Eurosport. He was also the President of Discovery Education International, a multi-faceted K-12 digital education business. At VICE, Rosenstock was President of Viceland International, the award-winning linear, digital and mobile TV network reaching 100 million subscribers across 75 territories. He also led VICE's efforts to launch businesses in India, Middle East, Brazil and Southeast Asia.   Most recently, Rosenstock was co-CFO and Chief Strategy Officer for ezCater, the #1 online marketplace for business catering. Rosenstock began his career as an investment banker covering the TMT sector, most recently at Credit Suisse. He has been active on a number of corporate boards including all3 Media (Chairman) and Sony/ATV Music Publishing, and serves on the Board of Special Olympics New York.   
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Ann Hand
Chairman & CEO

Super League Gaming (USA)
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Ann Hand
Chairman & CEO

Super League Gaming (USA)
Ann Hand serves as CEO and Chairman of Super League Gaming {NASDAQ SLGG}. She brings to her current role over 25 years of experience as a market-facing executive across several industries, including consumer retail and sustainability. As CEO and Chairman, Ann shapes and guides SLGG’s growth-focused mission of providing best in class experiential opportunities for the over 2 billion amateur gamers worldwide. Beginning with the belief that when games are played together physically in a live venue, teamwork, collaboration and connection emerge, Ann seeks to ensure that all of Super League’s initiatives foster robust personal connections in a positive social environment. This is the essence of the SLGG brand, and consistently informs its direction for the future. Today, Super League consists of the 16-city North America league that, along with compelling online experiences, rich content and membership programs, serves as a unifying lifestyle destination for local, competitive gaming. Ann’s proven track record in brand creation, and her expertise working at the intersection of social impact and consumer trends and technology, gives her a unique perspective and ability to guide Super League’s growth and path into the future. At her core, Ann is a retailer, operator, and builder of enduring strategic partnerships, brands and cultures. Her vision of bringing SLGG’s proprietary technology and platform to a larger consumer audience is also showcased in the partnerships the company has forged with retailers, game publishers, broadcasters, and content partners like Viacom and Nickelodeon, and brands such as Logitech, Red Bull, Topgolf, and Best Buy. In February of 2019, Ann led the organization’s Initial Public Offering on the NASDAQ exchange, one of the very first esports companies in the world to do so. Throughout her career, Ann has been honored with multiple awards and industry recognition, including “100 Most Intriguing Entrepreneurs” by Goldman Sachs, “Top 10 Most Powerful Women Entrepreneurs” by Fortune, “100 Most Creative People” by Fast Company, “40 under 40” by Advertising Age, along with Grand Clios and Cannes Lions for integrated marketing campaigns she developed and executed. Prior to joining SLGG, Ann served as CEO of Project Frog, a venture-backed firm whose mission is to democratize healthy, inspired buildings that are better, faster, greener, and more affordable than traditional alternatives. Previously, she held a variety of senior executive positions with BP plc, including most notably Senior Vice President, Global Brand Marketing & Innovation where she oversaw the entire brand portfolio of B2C and B2B brands including BP, Arco, am/pm and Aral. Prior to that, she ran BP’s Global Liquefied Gas Business Unit that had $3B in annual revenue and over 3,000 employees worldwide. Ann earned a BA in Economics from DePauw University and an MBA from Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Management along with executive education at Cambridge, Harvard and Stanford Universities. Having spent a significant part of her career abroad in China and the UK, she holds a dual US/UK citizenship, but is a proud Midwesterner at heart.
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James Johnson
Chief Executive Officer

Football Australia
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James Johnson
Chief Executive Officer

Football Australia
James Johnson was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Football Federation Australia in January 2020. A qualified lawyer and retired footballer, James is a sports administrator who has represented governing bodies, clubs and players. He was previously head of professional football at International Federation of Association Football (FIFA), where he managed the secretariat of the football stakeholders committee. At FIFA, he established relationships with international clubs, leagues and players. Prior to this, James was director of international relations and development at the Asian Football Confederation. He oversaw relationships with Asia’s 46 national associations, development activities, as well as ethics and integrity at the organisation. He also worked for Professional Footballers Australia, managing strategic relationships with professional footballer players and legal affairs. As a lawyer, James practiced in the private sector in corporate governance, industrial relations and commercial litigation. He has a degree in business administration, minoring in finance, from Boston University (USA), a Juris Doctorate (Hons) from Bond University (Australia) and a legal diploma from the College of Law (Australia). James has been a featured speaker at sports conferences across the globe and recently received international recognition through the Leaders Under 40 Awards which recognise the best global talent in the sports business. As a footballer, James represented Australia at a youth level and has played for various clubs in Australia, Asia and the USA.
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Ellie Norman
Director of Marketing and Communications

Formula 1 (UK)
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Ellie Norman
Director of Marketing and Communications

Formula 1 (UK)
Ellie leads the global Marketing & Communications function for Formula 1 and joined the management team following ownership change in 2017, as the first ever Director of Marketing & Communications with the aim of delivering long term sustainable growth across the fan base, viewership (TV, Digital & DTC) and race attendance. Formula 1 is the pinnacle of motor racing, travelling annually across five continents, drawing significant global television audiences (1.8bn) and is among a small group of marquee, global sports with more than 500m fans worldwide. In her present role Ellie’s mission is to reimagine F1 for the future as an entertainment property and inspire teams centrally and globally to realise this. Globally she is responsible for all marketing disciplines including the re-brand of the sport, marketing communications, brand partnerships, building DTC acquisition business to create new revenue streams, creating a fan database and CRM programme from the ground up, through to lead communications across corporate, public affairs, consumers and motorsport.
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Jeremy Loeliger
Commissioner

National Basketball League
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Jeremy Loeliger
Commissioner

National Basketball League
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Andrew Catterall
Chief Executive Officer

Racing.com
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Andrew Catterall
Chief Executive Officer

Racing.com
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Sarah Wyse
General Manager Digital

AFL
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Sarah Wyse
General Manager Digital

AFL
Sarah is the General Manager of Digital at the AFL overseeing the media, marketing and product arm of the business. Previously Sarah spent 10 years in Sydney in various senior leadership roles across digital video and adtech, including Managing Director at Videology ANZ and Chief Revenue Officer at Allure Media. Passionate about digital, technology and diversity & inclusion, Sarah is also the founder of Wyse Women, a network promoting gender quality by increasing the participation of senior women in the workforce through flexible working.
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Giles Thompson
Chief Executive Officer

Racing Victoria
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Giles Thompson
Chief Executive Officer

Racing Victoria
Giles Thompson is CEO of Racing Victoria the governing body for thoroughbred horse racing in Victoria. Through the delivery of 550 race meetings a year at 69 race tracks, supported by over 70,000 owners and 1.4m annual racegoers, there are 25,000 people employed generating an economic contribution of over $3.2bn. Having qualified as a chartered accountant in London with Deloitte & Touche, Giles worked at senior executive level for the Financial Times Group in the London, New York and Hong Kong. Giles moved to Australia in 2004 and after a period working at APN Regional Newspapers in Queensland relocated to Melbourne to take up a start-up role with Betfair Australia. Nine years at Betfair, including the last three as CEO provided great insight and experience in wagering and racing.
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Alison Lee
Executive Vice President, International Region & Challenger Tour

ATP Tour
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Alison Lee
Executive Vice President, International Region & Challenger Tour

ATP Tour
Executive Vice President, ATP International Region & Challenger Tour Profile: Alison worked as a journalist in print and broadcast media in Hong Kong and Sydney, prior to joining the ATP in 1998. She studied in Australia and Japan to gain bachelor and post graduate degrees as well as an MBA, major in marketing. ATP Involvement: As Executive Vice President of the International Region, Alison oversees ATP’s tournaments and business affairs in the region which covers Australia, New Zealand, Asia, Middle East, Russia. Alison also heads up the Challenger Tour, ATP’s global secondary circuit comprising of approximately 150 tournaments a year.
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Amie Wallis
Head of People and Culture

Australian Olympic Committee
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Amie Wallis
Head of People and Culture

Australian Olympic Committee
Amie Wallis is the Head of People and Culture at the Australian Olympic Committee. Amie has more than 20 years’ experience in Human Resources, Change Management and Transformation across a number of industries including Professional Services, Banking and Finance, Logistics, Technology, and Sport. Amie has had success in leadership and specialist positions at NAB, IBM, Victoria Racing Club, and KPMG, all with a key focus on partnering with internal and external stakeholders to deliver on strategy, culture and, commercial realisation.
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Kate Roffey
Vice President

Melbourne Football Club
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Kate Roffey
Vice President

Melbourne Football Club
Kate has extensive experience as a CEO and Senior Executive within the commercial, government and not-for-profit sectors. In her current role as Director of Deals, Investment & Major Projects at Wyndham City, Kate is focused on accelerating high-level economic growth and major infrastructure project delivery via the development of innovative public-private partnership deals. Kate specifically works with the private sector to leverage deals that fast-track delivery, and played a critical role in developing the value-capture deal that will see Australia’s first privately funded major sport stadium built in Wyndham as part of the new Western United A-League project. Prior to this role, Kate was the CEO of the Committee for Melbourne. As CEO, Kate successfully led a broad cross-section of Melbourne’s most influential companies and institutions to develop initiatives and deliver outcomes that ensure Melbourne continues to grow as a prosperous, globally connected city while at the same time, retaining its mantle as the “World’s most liveable city”. Before joining the Committee, Kate held an executive position at Tennis Australia as Manager of the Melbourne Park Redevelopment and was responsible for overseeing the master planning for this major redevelopment and for negotiating the $978 million funding deal with the State Government. Kate is currently Chair of the Victorian Regional Channels Authority and Metro Trains Advisory Board, is Vice President of the Melbourne Football Club and is a member of the Ministerial Freight Advisory Council and the Ministerial Planning Review Board. Kate is also actively engaged as an independent expert commentator in the media and is a regular guest on the ABC News Breakfast Show and QandA.
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John Harnden
Chief Executive Officer

Melbourne & Olympic Parks Trust
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John Harnden
Chief Executive Officer

Melbourne & Olympic Parks Trust
John Harnden is the Chief Executive Officer of the Melbourne & Olympic Parks Trust, responsible for the management of Australia’s largest sports and entertainment precinct, including Rod Laver Arena, AAMI Park – and home of the Australian Open. John has extensive experience in leadership and executive management and is a highly regarded authority in sports business administration and major events – both nationally and internationally. He has over 30 years’ experience heading up major sporting, entertainment, media and tourism organisations. John is also currently the Chair of T20 World Cup and a Director of Cricket Australia. Previous roles include Chair of the Australian Grand Prix Corporation, Chief Executive of the ICC World Cup Organising Committee, South Australian Cricket Association, Village Roadshow International Theme Parks, the Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games and he also served as Chief Executive of the Australian Grand Prix Corporation. In 2007, he was awarded an Order of Australia for services to sport for his work on the Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games and in 2020 life membership of Motorsport Australia. John holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) from the University of Adelaide, an alumnus of the Harvard Business School Advanced Management Program, and he is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
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Professor Hans Westerbeek
Professor of International Sport Business

Institute for Health and Sport
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Professor Hans Westerbeek
Professor of International Sport Business

Institute for Health and Sport
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Natalie Davey
Head of Marketing

Cricket Australia
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Natalie Davey
Head of Marketing

Cricket Australia
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Aaron Warburton
Chief Executive Officer

Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs
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Aaron Warburton
Chief Executive Officer

Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs
Aaron Warburton is the Chief Executive of the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs, one of the most storied NRL clubs in the country. With a rich history that has included 8 Premierships and a diverse supporter base that is seen as one of the most passionate in the game, the club is one of the powerhouses of the National Rugby League. Aaron, served as the Bulldogs’ Head of Commercial Partnerships between 2010-17, when he was responsible for the highest revenue growth in the Club’s history, including playing a leading role in helping the Bulldogs to achieve outstanding results in the areas of membership and community relationships. He went on to found his own sports sponsorship company and, with the backing of Qantas, was a co-founder of a fan-engagement company called Fan Plus. Aaron, has an MBA in Business Administration and is a Senior Lecturer at the International College of Management in Sydney.

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  • 8:25 am
    Registration, Refreshments & Networking
  • 8:50 am
    Opening Remarks from the Chairman
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    Professor Hans Westerbeek
    Professor of International Sport Business

    Institute for Health and Sport
  • 8:55 am
    Opening Ministerial Address
  • 9:05 am
    Opening Keynote
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    James Rosenstock
    Executive Vice President International

    WWE (USA)
  • 9:30 am
    Trends and Behaviour Session

    Crisis has always been a powerful catalyst for change. The creation and consumption of sport content has changed dramatically over the past year, and the ongoing pandemic continues to reshape sport production, delivery and security. This Session provides the contextual grounds for the Summit; we will observe the macro-economic and social trends unfolding across the consumer landscape to better understand emerging business models for the sustainable delivery of sport.  

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    Kate Roffey
    Vice President

    Melbourne Football Club
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    Giles Thompson
    Chief Executive Officer

    Racing Victoria
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    Alison Lee
    Executive Vice President, International Region & Challenger Tour

    ATP Tour
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    Jeremy Loeliger
    Commissioner

    National Basketball League
  • 10:10 am
    Keynote
  • 10:35 am
    Morning Refreshments & Networking
  • 11:05 am
    Partner Keynote
  • 11:35 am
    Partnership and Purpose Session

    The social change caused by the pandemic will constitute a cultural legacy. As the ethical dimensions of consumer decision-making become more salient, sport franchises and their partners have a significant opportunity to rethink their approach to realign with fans. In this Session, we will hear how sports operators and businesses are using the power of their collective voice to pursuit a meaningful agenda that earns the lasting support of fans as customers. We will consider innovative ways of activating traditional partnerships as sport and brand ecosystems evolve, as well as the unique opportunities of delivering digital properties, to better understand the relationship between advocacy and reach.  

  • 12:15 pm
    Lunch Welcome Remarks
  • 12:20 pm
    Lunch and Networking
  • 1:20 pm
    Keynote
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    James Johnson
    Chief Executive Officer

    Football Australia
  • 1:45 pm
    Channels and Delivery Session

    Millennials and Generation X are avid consumers of digital sports. As patterns in content consumption shift, sport franchises worldwide are investing in direct-to-consumer channels to create autonomous fan connections and wrestle ownership of data. This Session explores in detail the implications of targeting digital sports fans. We will weigh digital behavioural levers against traditional viewer segments to better understand how sport operators are designing digital products that cut-through generations and resonate at scale.

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    Sarah Wyse
    General Manager Digital

    AFL
  • 2:25 pm
    Platinum Keynote
  • 2:40 pm
    Afternoon Refreshments & Networking
  • 3:05 pm
    Keynote
  • 3:30 pm
    Connection and Authenticity Session

    Since the outbreak of the pandemic, businesses and consumers have collectively experienced a sharp incline in digital dependency. Live experiences were extinguished from the sports landscape, nullifying sources of content and forcing fans and franchises to find new ways to connect. In this Session, we will explore how franchises are creating a dialogue with fans that is characterised by authentic experience and creative expression. We will unpack brand building and authenticity in online environments to better understand how sport franchises and their partners are informing, inspiring, empowering their consumers.  

  • 4:10 pm
    Keynote
  • 4:35 pm
    Closing Remarks from the Chairman
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    Professor Hans Westerbeek
    Professor of International Sport Business

    Institute for Health and Sport
  • 4:40 pm
    Networking Drinks Remarks
  • 4:45 pm
    Networking Drinks Reception
  • 5:45 pm
    Close of Day One
  • 8:40 am
    Registration, Refreshments & Networking
  • 9:00 am
    Opening Remarks from the Chairman
  • 9:05 am
    Opening Keynote
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    Ann Hand
    Chairman & CEO

    Super League Gaming (USA)
  • 9:30 am
    Transparency and Integrity Session

    Sport unfolds in a high-profile arena where every play is scrutinised by spectators and stakeholders alike. This scrutiny is rightly being levelled at internal failings in culture and diversity that lead to reputational damage and individual harm. This Session explores how sport franchises can embrace heightened transparency and accountability in this space, identifying structural failings in culture and diversity before they fail to improve processes and responsiveness. Our discussion will cover the latest in internal and external communications to better understand how sport businesses are empowering and protecting their employees.

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    Amie Wallis
    Head of People and Culture

    Australian Olympic Committee
  • 10:10 am
    Morning Refreshments & Networking
  • 10:40 am
    Diamond Keynote
  • 11:05 am
    Competition and Loyalty Session

    Consumer demands for immersive content and experiences have intensified – we inhabit highly competitive media ecosystems, with an array of services and channels competing for our time. While allegiances run deep in sport, franchises need to find ways to secure the gaze and attendance of their fans. In this Session, we will consider how sports ecosystems are evolving to draw fans closer. We will share examples of excellence in customer experience and explore contemporary approaches to loyalty that are securing the ongoing allegiance and attention of fans. 

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    Andrew Catterall
    Chief Executive Officer

    Racing.com
  • 11:45 am
    Keynote
  • 12:10 pm
    Lunch and Networking Remarks
  • 12:15 pm
    Lunch and Networking
  • 1:15 pm
    Platinum Keynote
  • 1:30 pm
    Experience and Security Session

    The absence of live sporting fixtures from the consumer calendar has taken a cultural and economic toll on the business of sport. Now, as the live events sector begins to unlock, sport operators are faced with delivering atmospheric live experiences while alleviating close-contact risks. This Session is dedicated to the revival of the live sports landscape; we will position advancements in health and security alongside innovations in game-day experience to see how sport operators are guiding fans safely and memorably through the turnstiles.  

  • 2:10 pm
    Keynote
    Revitalising an Ageing F1
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    Ellie Norman
    Director of Marketing and Communications

    Formula 1 (UK)
  • 2:35 pm
    Closing Remarks from the Chairman
  • 2:45 pm
    Close of Event
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SPONSORS

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2020 Event Partner | www.marketplacer.com
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2020 Platinum Sponsor | www.telstra.com/broadcastservices
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2020 Associate Sponsor | www.sportforall.com.au
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2020 Associate Sponsor | www.sportnsw.com.au
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2020 Associate Sponsor | www.vicsport.com.au
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Marketplacer is a global technology Software as a Service (SaaS) platform which enables our customers to transform into scalable, online marketplaces.

Marketplacer has launched over 70 marketplaces, connecting over 16,000 businesses worldwide. In today’s climate, retailers, brands, distributors, franchises and communities are implementing marketplace strategies that scale beyond physical stores and inventory holdings.

They are implementing strategies such as shipment from drop-ship sellers, adding new categories, third party range extension, consolidating markets and rolling out modern revenue models like recurring memberships. By partnering with Marketplacer, our customers save time and scale faster, beyond the constraints of capital inventory to become the destination for their customers.

Our customers include Western Bulldogs, Fishbrain and BikeExchange. Over 10+ years of marketplace expertise ensures we deliver on our promise: to make it easier to create successful, scalable and limitless online marketplaces by connecting buyers and sellers.

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Telstra is a leading telecommunication and technology company offering a wide range of services in Australia and globally. Telstra Broadcast Services brings a dedicated team of media industry professionals and high performance media networks to help securely take live sports content from stadiums to screens.

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The Confederation of Australian Sport (CAS) was established in 1976 to advance the interests of the Australian sports community and to give the industry a united voice in discussions and negotiations with governments and key stakeholders. Our overriding aim is to contribute to the development of a society in which the social, economic and health benefits of widespread participation in sport and recreation are recognised and valued by all.

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The NSW Sport Federation (now trading as Sport NSW) is the industry body for sport in New South Wales. We are an independent not-for-profit organisation, representing NSW sporting organisations as The Voice of Sport.

The Federation was established in 1991 by New South Wales state sporting organisations, to be the united and collective voice of sport, to raise and respond to issues that impact on all levels of sport and to foster the future development of sport in New South Wales.

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In simple words – Vicsport’s aim is to get as many people in Victoria engaging in sport and physical activity as possible. We are the peak body for sport and active recreation in the state and work closely with the Victorian Government to promote the many benefits sport has to offer.

For over 30 years Vicsport has provided advice, assistance and support to its members and the broader sports community. Through our extensive network, Vicsport’s constituency includes 16,000 clubs and associations and over 3.9 million participants including paid staff and volunteers who make a significant contribution to the social, physical, mental and economic wellbeing of the Victorian community.

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Why Get Involved

Celebrating its 10th year, the Business of Sport Summit is unparalleled in the level of delegates and speakers it attracts.

The Summit is driven by an ambitious business agenda, and our audience is screened for seniority to ensure you are networking with the minds shaping business. Our limited keynote and moderated panel speaking opportunities will effectively embed you in this top-end business community. Digital and physical brand activations, as well as consultations in dedicated activation spaces further enable you to engage with this decision-making audience.

As a marketing platform to demonstrate expertise, credibility and grow your business with senior sports management professionals, the Business of Sport Summit offers unrivalled cut-through.

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INDIVIDUAL RESERVATIONS

Reservations are to be made on an INDIVIDUAL basis. Event attendees are asked to:

  • Call the Reservations Department at the RACV City Club directly on (03) 9944 8888, option 1 then option 2 and quote the Group / Event reservation #9510227.
  • Provide a deposit of one night’s accommodation on credit card to be processed at time of booking. Any cancellations of room night bookings within 48 hours of arrival date will incur a cancellation fee of one night’s accommodation.
  • Full payment of accommodation and incidentals will be processed on check out.

Pricing and Discounts

Early Bird Registration
(until 16/04/2021)
$995 + GST
$1,990 + GST
Standard Registration
(from 17/04/2021)
$1,195 + GST
$2,390 + GST

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EARLY BIRD ENDS SOON

Register before Friday 16th April and save $200+GST per registration.

 

GROUP DISCOUNTS

We are now also offering a group booking discount to provide more value for management teams, whereby every 3rd registration is complimentary.

 

COVID 19 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

SECURE YOUR PLACE WITH CONFIDENCE

We are continuously following the advice of the Australian Department of Health. The health and safety of our delegates, partners and staff remains our number one priority.

Health and Safety Measures in place include:

  • No International attendees. International Keynote Addresses conducted remotely via live-link as indicated in the programme.
  • Total attendance capped with strict adherence to physical distancing measures, including traffic management and spaced seating configurations within the venue
  • As an invitation-only event, delegate contact details are acquired prior to commencement, and on-site attendance is recorded. Delegates are encouraged to download the COVIDSafe App
  • Event located at an industry-leading venue with precautionary sanitation measures, including regular cleaning of all surfaces; increased awareness and provision of sanitiser; and continued rigorous adherence to ISO and HACCP food safety management standards within all culinary services

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