PAF Scotland next successful virtual event from Stable Events

The first ever Physical Activity Facilities Virtual Forum has been voted runner-up in the Virtual Events Awards, which are designed to pay tribute to the unique production skills, technological solutions and high-value content required to deliver outstanding virtual events. 

Held in November, PAF Virtual utilised a state-of-the-art platform to provide the ideal meeting and networking environment for professionals responsible for developing sport, leisure and physical activity facilities.

Following the success of PAF Virtual, Stable Media and Events is hosting a virtual event for sister event PAF Scotland over two mornings on 17 and 18 March.  With a virtual stage, lounge and meetings room, the event is structured to maximise engagement and replicate the unique experience of live forums with a great seminar programme, networking opportunities and pre-selected one-to-one meetings with innovative suppliers.

Developed to meet the needs of those delivering physical activity facilities in sport, leisure recreation and play, the forum brings together operators, managers, local authorities, universities, school leaders, project managers, architects, contractors and other senior level professionals looking to enhance their schemes and improve their supply chain.

Attended by carefully vetted, pre-qualified senior level decision makers looking to meet suppliers, delegates will benefit from a tailored schedule of a minimum 10 one-to-one meetings with people of their choice. Delegates will be also able to share videos, files and presentations.

“It has been a tough year for all of us involved in the active leisure, sports, recreation and play sectors due to Covid-19, but the sector has adapted to meet the challenges with innovative products, services and solutions. We are looking forward to sharing these stories of resilience and discussing success beyond the pandemic at PAF Scotland,” says Toby Filby, managing director of Stable Media and Events.

For more information about the event, visit

Or contact Julian Walter at or call 020 8288 1080. 

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