Stadium and Arena one2one

2015-02-25 - 2015-02-27
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Stadium and Arena one2one is designed to deliver focused one2one business meetings between Solution Providers and Stadium and Arena Operations executives (Delegates) with purchasing budgets.

Delegates are senior-level Stadium and Arena Operations executives comprised of Owners, Chief Operating Officers, General Managers, Directors of Operations, and Facility Managers. Solution providers represent a wide variety of public assembly solutions, technologies and products including: Architectural Services, Stadium Facility Management Solutions, Traffic Management & Parking Services, Furnishings, Flooring & Surfaces, Security Safety & Crowd Control, Contingency Planning and more.

Delegates must pre-qualify to attend the summit, by showcasing a purchasing and operating budget relevant to the solutions being provided at the summit. This ensures that the pre-arranged meetings are effective and a useful investment in the time of both parties taking meetings.

Stadium and Arena one2one is a part of the portfolio of events produced and managed by Reed Exhibitions. Existing Reed Exhibitions brands will now have the opportunity to offer multiple one2one Summits annually on a number of viable product and buying segments across their industry.

Attendee information
  1. Stadium Executives
  2. Arena Executives
  3. Public Facility Executives
  4. Stadium Operational Managers
  5. Arena Operational Managers
  6. Public Facility Operational Managers
Exhibitor information
  1. Architectural Services
  2. Audio Visual Technologies
  3. Stadium Facility Management Solutions
  4. Traffic Management
  5. Parking Services
  6. Furnishings
  7. Floorings
  8. Surfaces
  9. Hospitality
  10. Security Safety
  11. Crowd Control
  12. Telecommunications Products & Services
  13. Incident Management
  14. Contingency Planning

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