LONDON, June 24 2014 - Major Events International (MEI) has confirmed its partnership with the third instalment of the International Sports Convention (ISC) Geneva, taking place from 10th to 11th December at Palexpo Geneva. ISC has now established itself as the world’s largest sports convention.

As a partner and exhibitor, MEI is endorsing the considerable benefit of attendance at the International Sports Convention which will encompass 18 simultaneous conferences with subjects ranging from the International Stadium & Venues Expo to Host Cities & Sports Events Expo to Football Business Expo & Sports Digital Expo.

ISC Geneva is a unique opportunity for companies to be a part of the largest conference, networking and exhibition event for sport globally. With 111 confirmed speakers already this is the chance to for companies to network with the experts in their field.

Commenting on the relationship with International Sports Convention, MEI’s CEO Dennis Mills said: “We are delighted to continue to partner with ISC and are we are sure that the choice of Genève this year will help make the event a great success. With opportunities to share an MEI stand, access to discounted delegate passes, sponsorship and speaking opportunities we can make sure our members maximise their exposure at this unique convention.”

Nigel Fletcher, Chief Executive of Sports Development Marketing the company responsible for organising the ISC, said: “We look forward to working with MEI and its members again. With 18 Sports conferences, a combined exhibition and multiple networking opportunities there is really something for everyone under one roof. Our switch to GENEVA was strategic to engage further engagement with International Sports Federations, European Associations, whilst ensuring the host City - Geneva attracts a truly international audience. FIFA and FIBA are both taking significant exhibition space and with 111 speakers confirmed as of today from clubs, governing bodies, and associations – we are pleased to formally continue our longstanding partnership with MEI”.

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Use the above link to register online. Using the code MEI25 before September 30th and you will receive 25% discount on all delegate tickets. This is a considerable benefit for MEI members

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About Major Events International (MEI)

Major Events International (MEI) was formed in 2007 and specialises in helping companies succeed in the major events industry.

MEI offers business support services to companies bidding for, hosting or supplying major iconic global events such as the Olympic Games and World Cups.

MEI offers a wide range of services including organising overseas mission support; strategic bid and host city support; and advice to access key suppliers for stadium and venue builds and upgrades.

Our network of suppliers and experts will be of value to any company looking to increase their presence in the international major events world.

In addition to a range of bespoke consultancy services and a particular focus on Brazil, MEI run the only global professional membership scheme for Major Events for individuals and companies across all sectors who wish to be included in this specialist community.

MEI staff have been involved in a wide range of international events including: Beijing Olympic Games 2008; Commonwealth Games India 2010, London Olympic Games 2012; and have been present in Brazil since 2009. Qatar is now moving into focus and other UK based events beyond London 2012 to include Commonwealth Games Glasgow and Rugby World Cup 2015.

 

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