PROGRAMME: First speakers announced for Fan Experience Forum 2013

Published on December 19, 2012

The first-line up of speakers confirmed for the Fan Experience Forum 2013 programme has today been announced.

A high-level networking and knowledge exchange event designed to address the specific needs of key executives engaged in fan-based sports facility businesses worldwide, the second annual Fan Experience Forum will be hosted at Manchester City FC’s Etihad Stadium on Wednesday 5 June 2013.

In September, organisers Xperiology announced that – due to the resounding success of the inaugural event (hosted in Turin, Italy, in May 2012 alongside TheStadiumBusiness Summit) – Fan Experience Forum would have its own full-day programme for 2013.

Today, it has been announced that the 2013 programme, set to once again explore the latest trends, winning strategies and business ideas to enhance the fan’s event experience, will include expert input from the following speakers:

Dr Bernie J Mullin
Chairman and CEO, The Aspire Sport Marketing Group

Steve Sayer
Operations Director, Manchester City FC

Asim Pasha
Managing Partner, Sporting Innovations

Cathy Long
Head of Supporter Services, Premier League

Adrian Wells
Head of Marketing, The Football Association

David Hollinshead
Research & Insight Manager, The Football Association

Julian Jenkins
Commercial Director, Cardiff City FC

Bart Wiley
Director of Business Operations, Seattle Sounders

Benedikt Scholz
Manager, Business Development & International Affairs, Borussia Dortmund

Ambarish Mitra
Founder & CEO, Blippar

Chris Condron
Head of Product for Sport, BBC

Jonathan Buck
Rightreal

Andrea Brown
Customer Services Manager, The Football League

Neil Doncaster
CEO, Scottish Premier League

Nic Fletcher
Head of Marketing, Rugby Football Union

Mick Hogan
General Manager, Rugby 2015

Mark Foster
Head of Marketing, Rugby League World Cup 2013

Mark Bradley
Founder, The Fan Experience Company

Rob Wilson
Global Head of Systems Thinking, Aviva

plus more!

Full details on the discussion topics, titles and themes for Manchester will be unveiled shortly.

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