Keynote Speakers announced for EGCOA Golf Business Conference
Story published at 11:22, Wednesday, September 14th, 2016
The European Golf Course Owners Association (EGCOA) has announced the first speakers for this year’s conference between Wednesday 2nd and Friday 4th of November in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
The 2016 conference theme, ‘the BIG Opportunity” aims to develop new ways to take advantage of the big social, economic and marketing opportunities the sport is currently facing. The first keynote speakers will certainly help in this process.
Nienke Bloem is a proven Professional in Customer Experience Management. She will use her expertise to help delegates understand the importance of customer journey strategies and how to implement them within daily practice, to enhance the retention of the new golfer and improve relations with long standing members. A must for all courses in this age of ever increasing competition.
Elisa Gaudet is President of Executive Golf International and a Founding Partner of Women’s Golf Day. She will demonstrate what the most undervalued financial factor to any club is, women as economic influencers. Elisa will show that this is an Opportunity not to be missed and explain how clubs can see immediate benefits through utilisation of this undervalued resource which is already available to them.
The 11th Golf Business Conference Europe takes place at the Novotel Amsterdam, Schiphol Airport. Tickets are now available with special rates for early registration.
The annual event hosted by the European Golf Course Owners Association is a once a year opportunity to get up to speed with the latest trends and developments in the European and worldwide golf arena. On average 150-200 (multi) golf course owners, managers and industry professionals from around Europe attend the conference. The conference provides delegates with a unique opportunity to network in a like-minded international environment and to discuss current issues, developments and opportunities with decision makers from all levels of the golf industry.
For further information, please visit www.egcoaconference.eu