Coliseum Summit EUROPE brings 210 top international delegates to its London conference
Coliseum – a top name in international stadium conferences – is coming to London with nearly 210 top international names in the sports venues business among the delegates at the Coliseum Summit EUROPE 2018 on March 21-22, 2018.
“Coliseum is excited to be in London,” said Michael Rennschmied, the CEO of MJR Group, the organizers of the event. “The conference program is geared to meet the demands of the sophisticated stadium and arena business of Europe as well as other regions of the world such as the US, Australia and China,” he added.
Some of the prominent organizations that would be represented through their official delegates include Wembley Stadium, Paris St. Germain, Principality Stadium, Inter Milano, West Ham United, Bristol Sport, Ashton Gate, Tottenham Hotspur, The O2 London, Wimbledon, The Ageas Bowl, Crystal Palace FC, Southend United FC, Queens Park Rangers, Fulham, Manchester United, Italian FA, FC Porto, Juventus FC, Stadium Queenslands, AVIA Stadium, Lords Cricket Ground, United Bid 2026 FIFA World Cup, UEFA, Vegas Golden Knights, Penarol Montevideo, Bristol Rovers, Olympic Park Munich, Oakland Raiders, Liverpool FC, Brentford and Bayern Munich.
The delegates will bring in their unique case studies and experiences to throw light on the myriad of challenges faced by the sports venue sector and also deliberate upon the possible solutions.
Over 200 venue specialists have already registered to participate at the summit so far. “This is the biggest attendance for the European edition of Coliseum so far. The delegates as well as speakers are from very well-known clubs and venues and represent a range of new and under-renovation stadium projects,” Rennschmied said.
Coliseum summit offers a unique platform for experts from the stadium and sports venue business to come under a single roof to discuss the future of the sector. The conference is formatted to highlight 11 different segments of the stadium business, namely: Venue DESIGN, Venue CONSTRUCTION, Venue BUSINESS, Venue TECHNOLOGY, Venue EDUCATION, GREEN Venue, Venue OPERATIONS, Venue SECURITY, Venue VIP, Venue EXPERIENCE and DESTINATION Venue.
Beginning this summit in London, the conference has added two additional but crucial segments of BROADCAST Strategy and BRAND Development.
“No other conference has such a variety of topics covered,” Rennschmied said.
The sessions at Coliseum Summit EUROPE would highlight experiences and stadium projects in the continent as well as from other regions of the world including the US, Australia and China.
Participating delegates will also get unique ‘behind the scene’ experiences through two venue tours that would include the famous Wimbledon Stadium on March 20, a day ahead of the start of the summit; and also London Stadium, which was the home stadium for Summer Olympics 2012, on March 21.
Conceived and executed by the MJR Group, Coliseum is a global series of stadium and arena business conferences, a sports venue news online-platform and an international publication dedicated to the various challenges of designing, constructing and operating of sports venues all around the world. It is the only global sports venues business summit with 5 dedicated stadium and arena conferences every year in 5 key regions in the world: Europe, US, Asia-Pacific, Middle East and Latam.