Elevate announce thought leaders conference

Posted 26.01.2018

We’re very pleased to once again be working with Elevate this year – raising profile of the UK’s largest physical activity trade event.
One of the most exciting developments for 2018 is the inaugural Elevate Conference which will bring together sector thought leaders including TV journalist and presenter Dr Michael Mosley; Tracey Crouch, the Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Sport and Civil Society; and public health expert and frequently published author Sir Muir Gray CBE.

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The thought leaders’ Conference will challenge the sector to fulfil its potential, outlining an ambitious vision for its role in society. These influential speakers will assess the evidence, analyse the current state of play and present the opportunities.

During both days the growing Exhibition takes centre stage and boasts over 200 leading suppliers showcasing the very latest products and innovations designed to help; private and public-sector gym operators, local authorities, healthcare professionals, personal trainers, schools, sports clubs and universities get the nation moving more.
To find out more about the full programme for the conference and seminars, and to register for a free place, visit www.elevatearena.com.

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