5th European Golf Business Conference To Take Place in London
(Amsterdam, July 22, 2010) – The 5th EGCOA European Golf Business Conference will take place on November 30 and December 1 and 2 in London, United Kingdom. After the successful conferences in Amsterdam in 2006, 2007 and 2009 and Berlin in 2008, the time is right for the European golf business to visit the capital of the UK.
The conference will take place in the Royal Horticultural Halls in Victoria, London. This unique venue is centrally located in the heart of Westminster, just a few minutes walk from Victoria mainline, tube and coach stations.
The theme for this years’ conference, ‘Back to the future’, refers to the focus on growing the game of golf. More than ever, the golf business needs to secure its own future by fostering new groups to start playing golf. Speakers will provide delegates with insights in how to get more people into the game, best practices from various countries, examples to improve the golf business and professionalise golf course management.
Members are welcome to give their input on the speakers and topics they want to learn about at the EGCOA Linkedin group. In the mean time reserve the dates in your agenda to become a participant in the 5th European Golf Business Conference!
Who should attend?
Golf course owners, golf managers, directors of golf, suppliers, representatives of national and European golf bodies, golf course architects and industry partners will be together in London. The aim of the conference is to bring the European golf business together in order to share ideas, make friends and to get inspired.
For more information, visit http://conference.egcoa.eu.
About the European Golf Course Owners Association (EGCOA)
The annual European Golf Business Conference is organised by the European Golf Course Owners Association (EGCOA). The EGCOA provides services to support golf course owners in their aims, represents their interests and improves the golf business on a European level. The EGCOA represents more than 650 members in 24 European countries. In 12 countries the National Associations are member of the EGCOA.