Sports Europe meets in Warsaw!

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about sportbiz summit

The Polish edition of SPORTBIZ is called Summit not only because it sounds good, but it is really meant to be a summit and finale of all the work we have done over the past year. This is an international event where we will take a close look at the development of the sports business in Central and Eastern Europe. We won’t completely break with the past, our more than 20 years of experience and traditions, but we will try to create something completely fresh for you, something that hasn’t been seen on the Polish sports events market before.

Experts and big names in sports from around the world will come to Warsaw in April. How about you?

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DURING SPORTBIZ SUMMIT 2024, THERE WILL BE APPEARANCES BY, AMONG OTHERS:

Giorgio Di Palermo

Former ATP Board Member

Maciej Zieliński

ProSport Manager 

Martin Webb

Netflix series producer

Marcin Rosengarten

Diamond League/Athleteam

program

With the launch of the SPORTBIZ Network and our overseas expansion of horizons, the program will be even more international than before, and there will be an opportunity to listen to and talk with many global experts in the sports industry on the 5 stages of the SPORTBIZ Summit. Check out the details of the entire two-day program and all the topics we will cover in early April in Warsaw!

Day 1: Main Stage

09:00 – 10:00

Registration and networking

10:00 – 10:10

Official opening

10:10 – 10:40

Success that destroys. Failures that teach. The art of navigating a rough sea

SPORTBIZ Summit 2024 will start with a speech by Marcin, who will talk in an inspiring way about his journey and the role of downfalls on the way to achieving his goal. Everyone records more failures in life than successes, so it is important to know how to learn the right lessons from them.

10:40 – 11:05

The role of smaller clubs in the football ecosystem – how to bridge the gap in the sports business?

The big European soccer clubs dominate the scene in terms of broadcast rights, transfer fees, revenues and the impact they have on the entire ecosystem. But what about the clubs outside the mainstream? How can they stand up to their larger rivals?

11:05 – 11:25

How do you sell your sport to sponsors?

Niche disciplines usually struggle with similar problems. Lack of infrastructure, low public awareness, lack of external support and, above all, underfinancing. How do I deal with obtaining a sponsor? We will be looking for answers to this question.

11:25 – 11:55

Coffee break

12:00 – 12:45

Developing leaders’ competencies for effective management

Modern knowledge and skills in the areas of management, marketing, communication and event organisation are the basis for achieving success and raising management standards in the sports industry in Poland. What competences, then, should leaders of the sports environment possess in order to professionalise it, inspire others and create new solutions? The panel’s partner is Kozminski University, organiser of the postgraduate FIFA/CIES Programme in Sports Management.

How does Sevilla FC become a more sustainable club through the implementation of digitalization processes?

Sustainable development is one of the main goals and strategic elements of modern sports organizations. During this presentation you will learn how one of Europe’s largest clubs combines digital transformation with sustainability to help the environment, but also to be more efficient in its activities.

12:45 – 13:15

The future of world tennis organizations – is a merger of the WTA and ATP necessary?

An athlete that your brand is associated with has been very successful? This is already the first step to increasing your company’s popularity, but the most important thing is what you do next with this achievement. We will show you how to effectively commercialize and capitalize on your brand ambassador’s success.

13:15 – 14:30

Lunch break

14:30 – 15:00

How do you effectively leverage the sporting success of your brand ambassador?

An athlete that your brand is associated with has been very successful? This is already the first step to increasing your company’s popularity, but the most important thing is what you do next with this achievement. We will show you how to effectively commercialize and capitalize on your brand ambassador’s success.

15:00 – 15:45

The responsibility that comes with being a sports icon.
Being a sports star is not only about training, success and victories, but also about immense popularity, which comes with great responsibility and being a role model for many of the world’s sports audiences. You will learn about the challenges faced by sports legends firsthand at this lecture.
15:45 – 16:10

Mental health vs physical form – how much does the head mean in sports?

More and more sports organizations and even entire disciplines are choosing to show the workings of their competitions and operations from behind the scenes. Fans, looking behind the scenes, feel more connected to the organization and are more likely to follow its activities. We will answer how to effectively create your image in TV series and film productions.

16:10 – 16:35

Coffee break

16:35 – 17:00

Development of children and youth sport – how to support the development of a young athlete and successfully introduce them to the world of professional sport?

During this discussion, representatives from the government, non-governmental organisations and the world of sport will talk about barriers to the development of sport for children and young people in Poland, the role of the education system and sport infrastructure, inter-ministerial cooperation and the support and implementation of sport initiatives.
16:55 – 17:15
At the top of Polish sports

Hosting a major tournament keeps the entire sports world focused on the organizing country at any given time. This is a big opportunity that local sports should know how to take advantage of when the opportunity arises. We will decide whether a major tournament is more of a blessing or an affliction for domestic sports.

Day 2: Broadcasting and Media

09:00 – 10:00

Registration and networking

10:00 – 10:15

Welcoming

10:15 – 10:35
Still a sports journalist or already an influencer – how sports media marketing is changing
The journalist who is inactive on Twitter is practically an extinct species. In the age of social media, there has been an evolution in the role of the sports journalist. During the discussion, we will examine the changes in approach to communication, personal branding, trust building and audience influence.
10:35 – 10:55

Do we read books? The role of printed publications in a digitilised world

Easy access to digital content anywhere, anytime has changed the way we get information about sport. In the age of the smartphone and social media, does anyone still read printed books? Or has the time of e-books and sports audiobooks arrived?

10:55 – 11:15

How to make the most of your 5 minutes in communication: case study UEFA EURO 2024 and the Paris 2024 Olympic Games

In 2024, two major sporting events await us in Europe. It is always an opportunity for the media to create a variety of content, increase visibility or clicks. In order to be successful in this field, however, we need to approach the topic of communication strategically and prepare well.

11:15-12:15
When is it no longer profitable to show a particular sport?

Experts in media, sports marketing and management will discuss collaborative strategies, the use of broadcasting, streaming and online communities in building an outstanding setting for compelling sports events. Analyzing audience impact and revenue generation will be a key topic of debate.

12:15-12:45

Coffee break

12:45 – 13:05

Panel discussion: How can media and sports organizations shape a professional sports product?

Experts in media, sports marketing and management will discuss collaborative strategies, the use of broadcasting, streaming and online communities in building an outstanding setting for compelling sports events. Analyzing audience impact and revenue generation will be a key topic of debate.

13:05 – 13:25

Lunch break

Communication based on real-time video content is an interesting trend that is a very effective way to engage and interact with audiences. We will cover how to create, edit and deliver dynamic video content on social media and streaming platforms.

13:25 – 13:45

The transformation of sports broadcast production on the internet and television. Examples from the Polish Football Association (PZPN), PZKosz and the handball Super League

Experts and practitioners will talk about the changes that have taken place in the production of broadcasts of the most important and largest sports competitions in Poland, using the examples of PZPN, PZKosz and Superleague.

13:45-14:30

Working with video content in real time

Communication based on real-time video content is an interesting trend that is a very effective way to engage and interact with audiences. We will cover how to create, edit and deliver dynamic video content on social media and streaming platforms.

14:30 – 15:45

Lunch break

15:45 – 16:05
Case study: The image of a sports star

We will discuss proven methods of data collection and analysis, allowing for a deeper knowledge of the preferences and needs of the audience. The expert in the field will tell you how this information drives the creation of better media products, increases engagement, and builds lasting relationships with the audience.

16:05 – 16:25
Community is a key – case study of Robert Lewandowski’s most famous interview
Janek Ciechomski will talk about the power of online media and building an engaged community on the example of one of the most famous interviews with Lewandowski.
16:25 – 16:45

Choice of camera and commentary, access to statistics and chat – how does the viewer become an important part of the media message?

No fans, no sport? The saying, which sounds a bit wishful and pathetic, seems to have a grain of truth in it. The spectator, through social media and new solutions, has become an important part of sports events. How did this happen and how to benefit from fans’ active participation in sports?

16:45 – 17:30

Panel discussion: the future of sports event broadcasting

It seems that the next stages in the development of sports event broadcasting are just ahead. We will answer the question of what awaits sports consumers in the next few years, as OTT is just the beginning.

Day 2: Clubs and Fan Engagement

09:00 – 10:00

Registration and networking

10:00 – 10:15

Welcoming

10:15 – 10:35

Loyalty programs, special offers and rewards – if and how to implement a loyalty policy in a club or sports federation?

An important element in activities focused on fan engagement is valuing fan loyalty. Is it profitable to implement a consistent and planned loyalty policy in a sports organization? How to make such a policy work? You will hear the answers to these questions and more during this presentation.

10:35 – 10:55

How to build an emotional connection with fans, using behind-the-scenes videos, series, interviews and player stories.

Research and social media trends show that fans want to be closer and closer to their favorite athletes. Behind-the-scenes footage is often more popular than the matches themselves. The right strategy for using such material can help build a priceless bond between the fan and the club.

10:55 – 11:15
YouTube: the Home of Sports – sports content at its best.

YouTube and sport are an increasingly common combination. The popularity of short-form video has meant that shorts formats have, in many cases, become key to retaining viewers of their content and channels. Find out interesting tips to follow.

11:15-12:15
Measurable benefits of having an engaged fan base

It’s not easy to win fans over to local sports when, in an era of globalization, you can become an active supporter of any top team in the world without much difficulty. However, there are ways to achieve this, such as a conscious policy of engaging your fans, building their attachment to the local team, and providing them with unique content.

12:15-12:45

Coffee break

12:45 – 13:05
Discussion panel: What tools to use when building an international brand of a sports club?

In the Central and Eastern European region, one of the best ways to stand out from the crowd and showcase your game to fans across the continent is through success in European cups. Building a club’s brand on the international stage is also about making good use of such success.

13:05 – 13:25

Lunch break

Ticketing experts will share methods for building emotional connections, creating compelling offers and using marketing tools to sell tickets. Learn how to maintain continuous interaction with fans, generating greater interest and loyalty, and thus maximizing match day revenues.

13:25 – 13:45

Winning culture: A Burden or An Advantage in partner’s relations – AC Sparta Praha case study

13:45-14:30

Do subscription models have a chance to replace tickets?

A novelty in the ticketing market, which is gradually gaining new supporters throughout Europe. You will learn what the subscription ticket sales model is, where are its advantages over traditional seasonal tickets and whether this is the future of ticketing in sports clubs.

14:30 – 15:45

Lunch break

15:45 – 16:05

Building a fashion brand on the basis of a sports club – why we should think more broadly about football.

There are already many examples of sports clubs that have won the hearts of not only their fans, but also people who are completely unrelated to the environment with their merchandising. We will present the benefits of a broader look at club clothing.

16:05 – 16:25
How important is ecology to a sports fan?

During this presentation, we will have the opportunity to compare the methods and ways of top sports clubs in Europe, using one of them as an example. Do we all face similar challenges?

16:25 – 16:45

Case study: Success story of a foreign sports club

How do you change the image of a sports club that has been on the sports scene for years? During this case study we will show that it is possible and it is never too late to make a good change for your organization.

16:45 – 17:30

Panel discussion: How to build an international club brand based on success in European cups?

In the Central and Eastern European region, one of the best ways to stand out from the crowd and showcase your game to fans across the continent is through success in European cups. Building a club’s brand on the international stage is also about making good use of such success.

Day 2: Brands and Sponsors

09:00 – 10:00

Registration and networking

10:00 – 10:15

The future of sponsorship in Poland and worldwide

An introduction to the whole day’s discussion on the sponsorship market will be provided by Marcin Szczupak, who will talk about the pillars of the future of Polish sponsorship, estimated market values in the coming years and current trends.

10:15 – 10:35
Sports sponsorship yesterday versus today – how to convince businesses to cooperate?
During the panel discussion, sponsorship experts will talk about its aims and objectives, the principles of cooperation between sponsor and sponsored, evaluation and measurement of sponsorship, preparation and implementation of the sponsorship programme, the role of social media and increasing the effectiveness of sponsorship activities. A must-attend for both companies looking for new sponsors and those in the sponsorship business themselves.
10:35 – 10:55

Digitalization of the marketing value of the Polish Golf Association

Whoever stands in place is behind. This can be said for many areas of life and it is not different in sport, which is why less popular disciplines are putting on new technologies, looking for advantages and value for potential sponsors and partners.

10:55 – 11:15
How to build brand trust in the early stages of existence?

The first impression is difficult to change, which is why it is one of the most important stages on the road to building an attractive brand for the audience and sponsors. We will tell you how to prepare for a new project and proceed in the first stages of its existence.

11:15-12:15

Is the idea alone enough? What actions do startups need to take to stay in business?

The operation of startups depends on many factors, because the idea itself, even the best, will not defend itself in the difficult realities of the industry. Where to look for support and how to get it? That’s what you’ll learn from this lecture.

12:15-12:45

Coffee break

12:45 – 13:05
Discover the potential of data – analytics in sponsorship

During this presentation, we will present tools and methods that facilitate the best decisions for sponsorship activities. We will discuss three scenarios that will directly indicate the tools and solutions that the sponsor and sponsored should use in their daily work. Issues such as market and environment analysis; the role of benchmarking as a point of reference; crisis case studies; niche as an opportunity for success; fit – the key word; the role and involvement of the online community; modern technologies in sponsorship; tools for measuring sponsorship potential and effectiveness will come up.

13:05 – 13:25
Lunch break

When starting to expand as a sponsor into a foreign sports market, it is crucial to study it thoroughly in order to tailor your offering to the unique needs of fans and the sports organization. We will talk about ways to effectively build trust and strengthen your presence on the international stage.

13:25 – 13:45

Expansion – where to start when entering a foreign sports market as a sponsor?

When starting to expand as a sponsor into a foreign sports market, it is crucial to study it thoroughly in order to tailor your offering to the unique needs of fans and the sports organization. We will talk about ways to effectively build trust and strengthen your presence on the international stage.

13:45-14:30

What’s at the end of the sponsorship rainbow? Equivalents, ratings or gnome with gold, i.e. sports sponsorship as an important element of the media-mix in advertising campaigns.

For years, sports sponsorship has been placed at a separate pole from the traditional media-mix in advertising campaigns, where the main objective is sales. Meanwhile, just like a sports campaign on TV, it generates a certain number of contacts and reach, influences image parameters and brand awareness and ultimately business results. It is therefore worth taking a bird’s-eye view of all marketing activities and answering the questions:

– through the prism of which data and over what time horizon should the effectiveness of sports sponsorship be assessed?
– what is the key to making the most of a partnership with an athlete or supported team?
– how to create a common denominator to measure the effects of classic advertising and sponsorship?
– which channels generate the most value from sponsorship and how will this change in the near future?
– How is the consumption of sport changing and what impact does this have on the communication strategy of brands?

14:30 – 15:45

Lunch break

15:45 – 16:05

Successful methods of attracting sponsors regardless of league and discipline

During this talk, you will learn how Radosław Rogiewicz acquired 200 companies as sponsors of a club from a lower competition level and thus earned several million zlotys for the club. It is worth learning from the mistakes of others, but also learning from their successes!
16:05 – 16:25

Sports sponsorship in the new media era: challenges and opportunities in the digital world

Motorsports sponsors face unique challenges related to high costs, a competitive market and changing regulations. However, involvement in this dynamic sport also offers opportunities for global exposure, unique fan interactions and the chance to create exciting marketing campaigns.

16:25 – 16:45

Can sports event sponsorship be an effective brand vehicle?

We will review the advantages, challenges and strategies for measuring ROI. You’ll learn how to create consistent narratives, engage audiences, and build long-term relationships by leveraging the potential of promotion at sporting events.

16:45 – 17:30

Panel discussion: Details, challenges, similarities, differences, risks and benefits – how does sponsorship differ depending on the sport being sponsored?

An important task for a sponsor is to tailor the strategy to the unique characteristics of each sport. Highlighting similarities and differences will help understand the diversity of markets, and discussing risks and benefits will help develop personalized and effective campaigns for different sports.

Day 2: Events and Sports Tourism

09:00 – 10:00

Registration and networking

10:00 – 10:15

Welcoming

10:15 – 10:35

Professional amateur – a new target group in the sports tourism market

The talk analyzes the phenomenon of “professional amateurs” as a new target group in sports tourism. We will discuss how to customize a tourism offer combining the challenges of sports and the pleasure of travel. Learn strategies for attracting enthusiasts by offering them unforgettable sports and cultural experiences in a variety of settings.

10:35 – 10:55
How can we activate the local community and persuade young people and children to play sports?

In order to induce the local community to physical activity, new technologies should stop being treated as an adversary and try to adapt to the current reality. This is not an easy task, so we will tell you where to start and what strategy to adopt.

10:55 – 11:15
Sports camps – how to diversify your resort or hotel offering?
Experts who have already organised hundreds of camps, camps, trips and events will talk about practical tips to help your centre or hotel stand out on the map of Poland and get noticed by sports clubs and federations. Diversifying and adapting your offer is the key to continually developing your facilities and growing the interest of future visitors and customers.

11:15 – 12:15

Planning and implementation of sports investment in a local perspective – how to build state-of-the-art air domes?

12:15 – 12:45

Coffee break

12:45 – 13:05
Panel discussion: How are international sports events successfully organised in Poland?

In the 21st century, considerable attention is being paid to the social function, not only of companies and organizations, but also of facilities. Using one such example, we will show that a facility can, and even should, pay attention to the issue of social responsibility.

13:05 – 13:25
Lunch break

It is not always possible to build a new facility from scratch that meets all the necessary standards and norms. Instead, most sports clubs and organizations rely on renovation and modernization of their current facilities, and in this lecture you will learn where to start and where to finish, step by step.

13:25 – 13:45

Development of local communities: Innovative systems for sports digitalization

No local community is too small for digital development. The expert working with many local governments, cities and organizations in Slovakia will show how much benefit and value comes from the introduction of an advanced digitization system in your community, as well as how it can have an impact on the physical activity of the inhabitants.

13:45 – 14:30

Modernization of sports facility for the 21st century step by step

It is not always possible to build a new facility from scratch that meets all the necessary standards and norms. Instead, most sports clubs and organizations rely on renovation and modernization of their current facilities, and in this lecture you will learn where to start and where to finish, step by step.

14:30 – 15:45

Lunch break

15:45 – 16:05

Panel discussion: How to get the most out of sports tourists – financially, environmentally and culturally?

We will discuss strategies for utilizing sports tourists that generate financial benefits while respecting the region’s natural and cultural environment by implementing sustainable solutions. By promoting responsible sports tourism, harmony can be achieved between generating profits and protecting unique natural and cultural attractions, creating a positive and long-term impact on the region’s community and heritage.

16:05 – 16:25

Winter Sports Stars

The talk analyzes the phenomenon of “professional amateurs” as a new target group in sports tourism. We will discuss how to customize a tourism offer combining the challenges of sports and the pleasure of travel. Learn strategies for attracting enthusiasts by offering them unforgettable sports and cultural experiences in a variety of settings.

16:25 – 16:45

Winter to the sea, summer to the mountains – how to deal with seasonality in the sports tourism industry?

Resort owners have to deal with seasonality in sports tourism, similar to those working in other industries. We will point out innovative approaches to sustainable use of the seasons, promoting a variety of attractions and activities. Learn methods for creating attractive year-round offerings, attracting tourists in both winter and summer.

16:45 – 17:30

Panel discussion: How to get the most out of sports tourists – financially, environmentally and culturally?

We will discuss strategies for utilizing sports tourists that generate financial benefits while respecting the region’s natural and cultural environment by implementing sustainable solutions. By promoting responsible sports tourism, harmony can be achieved between generating profits and protecting unique natural and cultural attractions, creating a positive and long-term impact on the region’s community and heritage.

Why you should take part?

If you are looking for more than a conference

Warsaw is the dynamic and historic capital of Poland, famous for its rich culture, historical monuments and green spaces. It is the heart of the country, combining tradition with modernity, attracting tourists from all over the world. On the occasion of SPORTBIZ Summit, it is worth visiting the most important points on its map!

A historic part of Warsaw that was rebuilt after being destroyed during World War II. It features historic townhouses, churches and Castle Square with the Royal Castle. It is one of the most beautiful places in the city and has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

A distinctive skyscraper in the center of the city, which was donated by the Soviet Union to Poland in 1955. It was long the tallest building in Poland (overtaken by Varso Tower), but it is still one of the most recognizable landmarks in Warsaw.

One of the most important museums in Poland, dedicated to the events of the Warsaw Uprising, which took place during World War II. The museum contains many valuable artifacts and interactive exhibits, showing the heroism and suffering of the city’s residents.

It is a vast park, which is one of the most beautiful and well-known recreational places in Warsaw. It houses the Palace on the Island and the Mausoleum of John III Sobieski. The park attracts both locals and tourists who enjoy strolling through its picturesque alleys and admiring its many monuments.

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2 Days Standard

1200PLN

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/275EUR

VIP

2000PLN

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/460EUR

1 Day Student

400PLN

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/90EUR

Please contact us to confirm your student status.

2 Days Student

600PLN

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/135EUR

Please contact us to confirm your student status.

SPORTBIZ AWARDS Standard Gala

399PLN

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/90EUR

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    side events

    The DEMES awards you may associate with SPORTBIZ have served us well over the years and have pleased hundreds of winners. However, the time of the SPORTBIZ Awards is coming! Learn how the new system of awarding the industry’s most important honors works. For VIP attendees, we also have a complete novelty, the Before SPORTBIZ Summit – a one-of-a-kind dinner with our foreign speakers, where you can chat with the most important guests of our event in a relaxed, backstage atmosphere!

    localization + hotel rooms

    The modern, four-star Arche Hotel Krakowska is located near important transportation hubs, not far from the Warszawa Zachodnia Railway Station and right next to Chopin Airport. Inspired by the ArtDeco style, the comfortable facility can accommodate more than 700 guests at a time in comfortably furnished rooms.

    We have provided a pool of rooms for SPORTBIZ Summit attendees, which can be reserved through the registration form. An important point – parking at the hotel is free, but unfortunately it is not unlimited, so arrive as early as possible.

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    faq

    During the SPORTBIZ Summit you will have the opportunity to meet leaders from other countries, establish interesting relationships and potential collaborations. Warsaw is in a privileged position, as it closes the entire series of SPORTBIZ On Tour events and will bring together participants from various CEE countries. Every year we also try to come up with new topics for you to best meet the demands of the sports market and help you in your subsequent daily work and broaden your professional horizons.

    Compared to similar scale of coverage and attractiveness of program and speakers of events in London, Berlin or Monaco, our price is well below average! Hosting an event involves many costs, such as venue rental, logistics, hiring staff, technical equipment and speakers. All of these elements contribute to the overall cost of production, which affects the price of tickets. Our expansion overseas and attracting participants from all over the world has also resulted in the event having a limited number of seats.

    Participation in the SPORTBIZ Summit provides you with the hard and soft skills needed and required to work in sports at the highest level, and the people you have the opportunity to meet at our events can help you reach the many influential people you need to reach in the world of sports. If needed, you will receive a certificate of participation in the event, which will confirm that your knowledge and skills are constantly improving and that your work, is also your passion.

    Who among us hasn’t heard from his or her boss or boss’s boss that he or she won’t pay for some training and trips. Well, we used to be on that side too, so especially for such situations we have prepared a guide for you – Convince Your Boss. With it, you don’t have to explain yourself why you should come to us – we will do it for you!

    It is difficult to find and address the needs of everyone, but in sports many solutions are universal, and representatives of completely different disciplines and countries, face similar problems. Every year, however, we devote many weeks to prepare a comprehensive and varied program for the participants, so that you can find at least a few lectures that best fit the current problems you face in your company, club, union, local government or federation. If you are missing a topic, please email us at p.roszkowiak@sportwin.pl and let us know, and we’ll see what we can do!

    We know it’s hard to believe, but the upcoming edition will be truly groundbreaking. We are completely changing the environment and the plan we have for organizing events, going beyond the borders of Poland. We want to be the culmination of the biggest sports business conferences and events – first in Central and Eastern Europe, and in the following years in the whole Europe. Join us again and see for yourself that these are not empty words.

    There are 66 sports associations in Poland alone, making it impossible to devote attention to each of them, although we try with all our might. In recent years, tug-of-war, padel, baseball, American soccer, beach soccer, among others, have had their 5 minutes at the conference. We succinctly address the problems of each discipline, so at SPORTBIZ you will find people from the world of soccer, volleyball or basketball, as well as taekwondo, softball or tekball, allowing you to compare your problems and look for solutions together.

    If you think you’re qualified and have an interesting case to discuss, get back to p.roszkowiak@sportwin.pl and we’ll try to find a mutually satisfactory solution and maybe even a place in the program.

    We ourselves understand best the need to change and expand your business environment, that’s why for the first time for an international sports conference you don’t have to go anywhere or fly, because we are bringing all the best from abroad to Warsaw this year. Join us and don’t miss the chance to gain top knowledge and experience and meet brand new faces in the world of sports and business from the CEE region.

    We have also taken care of you in this aspect. After purchasing your ticket, you will receive a discount code for a hotel room at the Arche Hotel Krakowska, which is the same hotel where the event is taking place. Thus, within two minutes you will find yourself from your hotel room, in the heart of an international sports event.

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