Our Sporting Future Conference 21-23 Oct 2015
The sixth Our Sporting Future (OSF15) conference will be held at the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre from 21–23 October 2015.
We all know that Australian sport must adapt to a rapidly changing landscape to remain strong, viable and successful in a challenging and competitive environment. It’s an exciting time for Australian sport as we work together to deliver Play.Sport.Australia., the ASC’s game plan for driving greater participation and growth in sport.
The forum’s key themes will focus on commercialisation, participation growth and technology and innovation in sport and building capable and effective organisations. You’ll learn practical and useful strategies and ideas, which can be applied to your organisation to improve participation, drive growth and build a better business.
This is an industry highlight and your opportunity to rub shoulders with those making the news. Click here to register now and follow on Twitter: @Ausport #OSF15 for all conference updates.
Keynote speakers announced!
Nicole Livingstone, Sean Callanan, Paul Cammack, Marina Go, Jonathan Harris, Simon Hollingsworth, Rosie King, Tim Longhurst, Rob McMurtrie, Janise Mitchelle, Robin O'Neill, Tim Oberg, Anne-Marie Phippard, Ben Roberts-Smith, Tony Sherwill, Stu Taggart and Suzanne Young.
View each speaker's profile here
Competition to win free registration:
Share or re-tweet Vicsport's Our Sporting Future competition posts to be placed into the draw to win.
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sign up to Sportsview (here) = 1 entry
Competition will close 25 September 2015 5:00 PM
Winner will be announced via email, news post and social media.
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