Corporate Events scores Football League roadshow

Swindon-based agency Corporate Events is working with the Football League to deliver a nationwide roadshow for senior managers and directors of the 72 member clubs across the Championship, League One and League Two.

The Football League Academy Series includes eight events
The Football League Academy Series includes eight events
The Football League has developed the Football League Academy Series to help clubs address their most pressing commercial issues.

It will include four seminars covering driving attendance, digital opportunities, content production and sponsorship. Each will be repeated in the North and South, making eight events in total.

Between 60 and 70 senior managers, including CEOs, marketing directors and club specialists relevant to the topic of the seminar, will meet at each event to share best practice via collaborative workshops and guest presentations.

The events, which will continue into 2014, are being held at football venues in Rotherham, Swindon, Doncaster, Milton Keynes, Reading, Blackburn, Leicester and Charlton.

Steve Jebbett, account director at Corporate Events, said: "The Football League Academy Series is all about building stronger relationships with Championship, League One and Two clubs through a collaborative, best practice seminar series.

"We’ve designed and delivered a simple, cost-effective set for these events using imagery of fans to focus attention on the people that really matter in the business of football."

 

 

 

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