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Teaming Up for Women’s Sport
November 30, 2016 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm€25 - €50
On November 30th we will host ‘Teaming Up for Women’s Sport’ an event where 100 of those with an interest in and the capacity to improve the parity of esteem granted to Women’s sport can gather to do just that.
Teaming Up for Women’s Sport is limited to 100 participants and filling fast. It will take place at the Conference Centre in Griffith College, Dublin.
1030 Welcome and opening comments
Rob Hartnett CEO Sport for Business
1045 Women’s Sport at the Heart of Government Thinking
Minister of State for Sport Patrick O’Donovan
1105 Getting it Done
Sally Hancock, managing partner Y Sport; Chair, Women in Sport and 2013 UK Sponsorship Personality of the Year and Sally Horrox, one of the most influential marketeers engaged in sport in the UK and responsible for the re-structuring and development of new commercial rights, sponsor and broadcast partnerships for women’s football, resulting in the quadrupling of BBC and BT Sport coverage.
1145 ‘Teaming Up’ Ideas Platform
Three Agencies giving their thoughts on what would be possible around a campaign promoting Women’s Sport in 2017
1215 Athlete Perspective
Irish Rugby Women’s Team Captain Niamh Briggs, Paralympic Medallist from Rio Ellen Keane, and Irish Soccer International Louise Quinn giving their perspective on How Women’s Sport is supported and how it might be done better.
1245 Sponsor Perspective
Hearing from the brands that are backing Women’s Sport. Why they do so and what more is possible? with Lidl and Liberty Insurance.
1315 Thought Board Session
Three thoughts supplied in advance from those present on how to advance Women’s Sport so that we can emerge with a tangible list of initiatives
1345 Gourmet Fuel Lunch
This is not a movement or a trend we are trying to create. Rather it is one that we are trying to shine a light on and get a ‘brass tacks’ conversation going on how we can together bring what is happening, with inescapable benefit, around the world, and make that happen in Ireland.
If you want to be involved as a host, a speaker or a partner contact us today and let’s see what’s possible. If you want to be there put Wednesday, November 30th 10am to 2pm in your diary and reserve your place today.