The International Sports Convention (ISC) is pleased to announce Track Academy as Charity Partner for the ISC 2020 edition taking place on June 17-18, 2020 at The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, London.
Nigel Fletcher, CEO of the International Sports Convention: “The International Sports Convention tagline is the meeting place for Sport Business but we realise the power of sport is an important vehicle for social change and building communities. We are therefore delighted to announce the collaboration with Track Academy. I also share the ideals of Track Academy and their Founder Connie Henry that sport should be compulsory in primary schools and that each primary school in the UK should have a dedicated teacher to sport and the softer skills sport give. A goal like this is attainable and measurable. Some problems of obesity and lack of exercise stem from an early age – surely having sport and physical activity in schools with dedicated resources and expertise should be a priority. Prevention is better than cure.”
Connie Henry said: “Track Academy is thrilled to be the charity partner of the International Sports Convention. Platforms like these raise awareness of the incredible work that Track Academy does in the sports for the social change sector, and we look forward to a long and productive relationship together.”
The focus of ISC London 2020 is on the Business of Sport with around 1,500 participants, including over 100 speakers with seven sport business conferences, three masterclasses running over the two days, plus private roundtables and a range of hospitality and networking platforms. The main days are June 17-18, 2020. This includes comprehensive content and speakers from the Broadcast, Digital, OTT, Brands, Sponsorship, Integrity, Major events, and Technology. There will be 5 main stages each day.