Join us at the virtual physical activity facilities forum on 25-26 November

It has been a tough year for all of us involved in the active leisure, sports, recreation & play sectors due to COVID 19, an unparalleled challenging time but as we have seen recently the leisure sector is adapting and meeting these challenges head on with innovative practices & solutions.

With no live events to attend there has been no-where for us to actually meet, engage & discuss these challenges & also socialise with each other.

 

So until we can get back to actually meeting at live events in 2021 we are offering you and your colleagues the opportunity to join us on our unique virtual platform on 25-26 November.

  

The paf virtual forum is structured to maximise engagement, with a great seminar programme, networking opportunities and preselected 1 2 1 meetings & social interactivity held across 2 mornings.

Full benefits included in your complimentary place:

 

  • Attend keynote speakers’ seminars 
  • Over two mornings 9.30-1pm
  • Join in panel discussion and Q & A sessions
  • Engage in one-to-one supplier meetings chosen by you 
  • Select online meetings with peers and potential business partners 
  •  Acquire a directory of contacts listing current projects with all attendees for future engagement

Let’s get back to meeting again!

 

Any questions please contact sue@stable-events.co.uk 0208 288 1080 

 

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