There’s just under a week to go until the SVG Europe and PanStadia & Arena Management Sports Venue & Fan Engagement Summit, so be sure to register for the event now.
On Thursday 8 February at the ISE exhibition in Amsterdam, SVG Europe and PanStadia & Arena Management will offer delegates the opportunity to find out about the latest technologies that are shaping venue design and enhancing the connection between fans and sports clubs and federations around the world.
Fan engagement both within the stadium and beyond has never been more critical than it is in 2018, so it was a logical move to make this a primary topic of the new-look Sports Venue & Fan Engagement Summit.
Through a series of presentations and panel discussions, we will consider the technologies and techniques – such as OTT services and higher-quality content for mobile – that are bringing fresh dimensions to fans’ enjoyment of all their favourite sports.
Confirmed speakers include:
Peter Ayres, AECOM, Director Buildings + Places
Bob Boster, Clear-Com, President
Paul Brislin, Arup, Director and Architect
Roland Hemming, RH Consulting, Founder/Consultant
Andreas Hildebrand, ALC NetworX, Senior Product Manager and Evangelist
Ryan Jespersen, Wowza Media Systems, Regional Manager, Europe, Middle East and Africa
Mark Kelly, Ashton Gate Ltd, Managing Director
Steven Kelly, Ostmodern, Senior User Experience Manager
Jeroen van Iersel, Amsterdam Arena, Marketing Manager
David Lowry, SSE Arena Belfast, Technical Advisor
Paul Lipscombe, Ashton Gate Stadium, Head of Technology
Charlie Marshall, Supponor, COO
Hassan Peymani, Volcano City, Director/Co-Founder
Nik Selman, Formidable, Managing Director
John Smith, Media Links EMEA, Managing Director
Will Waters, NewTek, Senior Director IP Workflow Strategy
The Sports Venue and Fan Engagement Summit is completely free to attend.
You will also need to register separately for ISE.
The full-day programme runs through from 0930 to 1530. Please CLICK HERE to view the programme.
We look forward to welcoming you on February 8 for a dynamic day of debate about the present and future of sports venues – and their evolving relationship with fans – around the world!