Campaign India Team
Mar 22, 2010

India International Sports Summit announces speaker line-up

The India International Sports Summit, an initiative by Transstadia, will be held on March 24 and 25, at Mumbai's Trident hotel in Nariman Point. The summit aims to be a sports convention which will champion development of India’s sporting industry. The speakers at the summit include Indian and global sports personalities such as Kapil Dev, Abhinav Bindra, Matthew Hayden, Geet Sethi, Bhaichung Bhutia, Bob Houghton, Viren Rasquinha, Suresh Kalmadi, Paul Fletcher, Dr. David Schmidt and Ishan Saksena, among others.

India International Sports Summit announces speaker line-up
The India International Sports Summit, an initiative by Transstadia, will be held on March 24 and 25, at Mumbai's Trident hotel in Nariman Point. The summit aims to be a sports convention which will champion development of India’s sporting industry.

The speakers at the summit include Indian and global sports personalities such as Kapil Dev, Abhinav Bindra, Matthew Hayden, Geet Sethi, Bhaichung Bhutia, Bob Houghton, Viren Rasquinha, Suresh Kalmadi, Paul Fletcher, Dr. David Schmidt and Ishan Saksena, among others.

In addition, the summit will also include names from the world of business such as Naveen Jindal, Deepak Parekh, Rana Kapoor and Adille Sumariwalla, among others.

The conference will have a series of interactive sessions on various topics like community building, creating sporting heroes, infrastructure, brand building etc, that hope to shed light on the issues that prevail today in India’s sports environment.

 

 

 

 

 

Source:
Campaign India

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