Join Digital Sport at the SportsPro Fan Conference at Tottenham Hotspur’s New Stadium

This month, SportsPro will be presenting their newly rebranded ‘Fan Conference’ and as media partners, we invite you all to come and join us for a wonderful event at Tottenham Hotspur’s beautiful new ground for what’s sure to be a great day of talks, debates and discussion ahead.

The conference will deliver talks from top panellists who will take a look at the trends that are affecting sports marketing and sponsorship, touching on the use of social media and blogging, and do this by looking at these issues through the relationship the industry has with sports fans, which most would agree is the most valuable relationship the industry can have.

Some of the biggest names and most creative thinkers in the industry will assemble in North London to examine a whole range of ways in which changing behaviour and emerging opportunities are reshaping this sector.

We’re looking forward to hearing some great speakers tackle these issues, with panellists from huge companies including Visa, Budweiser and Angry Birds, along with influencers such as AFTV’s Robbie Lyle, plus American sports experts and many more who will cover a huge range of topics from a variety of famous sports.

Come and enjoy food and drink, access to panel sessions, workshop sessions and plenty of networking opportunities as well.

Engage. Influence. Retain. Fans. Join us for the Fan Conference on Tuesday 10th September at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London.

Purchase your ticket at www.sportsprofan.com now!”

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