Sports Performance Data & Fan Engagement Summit 2017
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Sports Performance Data & Fan Engagement Summit 2017

Sports Performance Data & Fan Engagement Summit 2017

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Cecil Sharp House

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Data is revolutionizing the sports industry.

With two sold-out events already, the sports data series continues with a 400 capacity, executive summit bringing together the top decision-makers in elite performance and the sports tech industry (video of last year's event, partnered with a sports nutrition expo).

The theme of the summit is:
How the sports industry can incorporate technology and data analytical solutions to improve performance and drive better fan engagement.

This event is at the forefront of the discussion around transforming the way people play, coach & watch sports.

Coaches are using data to identify an edge in performance but this analysis isn't just restricted to athletes. There is huge amounts of money at stake in understanding how fans engage with the sport or a brand. By tailoring sports advertising or broadcast content we can drive generate higher revenues.

This will be the first time the European sporting ecosystem has a networking forum that combines these two focuses. As an attendee you will get insight into how we are using data analytics in elite performance and also how the industry is relaying fascinating digital content to fans.

Our evolving agenda can be found HERE and it will feature over 60 speakers, including:

  • Philip Bernie, Head of Sports TV, BBC
  • Ignacio Trujillo, Managing Director, Innovation and Global Development, La Liga
  • Richard Nockles, Creative Director, Sky Sports Virtual Reality Studio
  • Mike Norrish, Head of Digital, BT Sport
  • Mark Quinn, Head of Sports Science and Analytics, Wigan Warriors
  • Daniel Green, Head of Performance Analysis, BMC Racing
  • Murray Barnett, Head of Broadcast, Commercial & Marketing, World Rugby
  • Duncan East, Head of Directors, Sky Sports
  • Dermot Rigley, Head of Commercial, RTE Sport
  • Shane Warden, Director of Broadcasting, ATP Media
  • Ewan Turney, Head of Content, RFU
  • Karl Cooke, Head of Sports Science, British Swimming
  • Florian Diederichsen, CTO, Perform Group
  • Daniel Green, Head of Performance Analysis, BMC Racing
  • Stuart Rowson, Editor, BBC Sport Online
  • Sebastian Weber, Head of Human Performance, Cannondale Pro Cycling
  • Mubarak Malik, Director of Performance, New York Knicks
  • Karl Hogan, Global Head of League & Data Partnerships, Catapult Sports
  • Stephen Park OBE, RYA Olympic Manager, British Sailing Team
  • Matt Johnson, Head of Innovation, Leicester Tigers
  • Adrien de Cheveigne, Head of Digital Business, ASO
  • Tommy O'Hare, Head of Digital Strategy, Olympic Channel
  • Gary Anderson, Performance Director, British Bobsleigh
  • Aarti Dabas, Head of Media Rights, Broadcast & Digital, International Cricket Council
  • Alex Wolf, Head of Strength and Conditioning, English Institute of Sport
  • James Hillier, High Performance Coach, British Athletics
  • Chris Wearmouth, Head of Communications, Northampton Saints
  • Dan Cooper, Head of Performance, Bath Rugby
  • Andy O'Brien, Director of Sport Science & Performance, Pittsburgh Penguins
  • Alistair Gosling, Chairman & CEO, EXTREME
  • Gareth Capon, CEO, Grabyo
  • Stephen Smith, CEO, Kitman Labs
  • Gareth Balch, CEO, Two Circles
  • James Kirkham, Head of Copa90, Bigballs Media
  • Moe Hamdhaidari, Head of Digital, deltatre UK
  • Paul Williamson, Former Director of Ticketing, England Rugby 2015
  • Ian Coll, Head of Sports Science, Celtic FC
  • Preston Moxcey, Global Vice President, Misfits
  • Fiona Green, Founder, WINNERS
  • Ben Barker, Director of Sport, Monterosa
  • Maikel Oettle, International Head of Partnerships & Sponsorship, DraftKings
  • Robert Gibson, Performance Pathway Manager, GB Boxing
  • Tom Chick, Founder of Wired Social and Digital Consultant, LiveWire Sport
  • Graeme Warring, Co-Founder & COO, WePlay Media

More to be announced from the likes of British Cycling, ECB, Chelsea FC, Team Sky, UFC, Facebook, Eurosport, Twitter, GoPro (list goes on) in the next few weeks.

This unique forum will give you the opportunity to learn about the latest innovations in data analytics, digital content, machine learning and virtual reality, which are creating the next generation of sports insight and fan experiences. The event aims to be at the forefront of the discussion around transforming the way people play, coach & watch sports.

This sports data series has two previous, oversubscribed events:

- The Sports Performance Data & Fan Engagement symposium (London ExCel, June 2016). The event had 500 registered delegates and 60 speakers including:

Andreas Gall, CTO, Red Bull Media House
George Ciz, SVP Marketing & Business Development, ATP Tour
Mark Alford, Head of Editorial, Sky Sports Digital Media
Hugh Chambers, CCO, World Sailing
Nick Rusling, CEO, Human Race Group

- Virtual Reality in Sports (Campus London, Sept 2016) with a speaker panel that included Richard Nockles, Creative Dirt Sky Sports VR Studios, Dominic Collins, GM EMEA, Jaunt VR & Erfan Saadati, Head of VR, Surround Vision.

Our last event - focused on Virtual Reality - was oversubscribed in 6 hours of going live so definitely make sure you reserve your ticket for our annual summit next May.

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