On July 5th, two forces combine as Digital Sport & Sportego bring you #FECBrighton

After the success of our solo events at Aston Villa’s home, Villa Park, in November, and March’s innovation masterclass at Hotel Football in Manchester, we’ve now teamed up with Sportego, the organisers of the successful FECKK conference in Ireland, to bring together a host of great speakers to talk fan engagement.

On 5th July we’ll be heading down to the south coast to spend the day at the the home of new Premier League members, Brighton & Hove Albion to hear from fan engagement experts from several sports and organisations. The Amex Stadium offers a location easily accessible from London with a great atmosphere next to the sea. The speakers include:

  • Tom Gorringe, Head of Marketing, Brighton FC
  • Jeramie McPeek, Digital Marketing & Social Media Strategist (Ex Phoenix Suns)
  • Iain Liddle, Head of Social, BT Sport
  • Tom Hines, Senior Content Manager, Arsenal FC
  • James Abraham, Head of Content, World Rugby
  • Mario Leo, General Manager Result Sports
  • Niall Coen, Managing director Snack Media
  • James Dickens, Head of Data, Sportego
  • George Harborne, Senior Partner Acquisition Manager, Aston Villa

For more information you can head to www.feckk.ie or if you have any questions then get in touch at daniel@digitalsport.co

 

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Dan is the Founder & CEO of Digital Sport. Can be found at sports industry events and heard every week on the Digital Sport Insider podcast. @DanielMcLaren

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