CampsBay Media has announced a new venue and date for the Africa Digital Sports Conference being convened by the specialist sports communication and media company.
The two-day conference initially scheduled to hold on 19 – 20 September at the Federal Palace Hotel will now take place from 20 – 21 September at the Four Points by Sheraton Hotel in Victoria Island, Lagos.
Lolade Adewuyi, Chief Strategist at CampsBay Media and convener of the Africa Digital Sports Conference said that “all speakers and programme for the two-day event remained unchanged.”
“We will still be hosting Paul Rogers, AS Roma head of strategy, Mario Leo, founder and chief executive officer of Germany-based RESULT Sports, Emeka Enyadike of Digital Sports Africa, Themba Ndlwana, managing director of Sports Media Africa as well as senior business executives and administrators in the sports ecosystem.”
The early bird registration has closed. Regular and Super Delegate passes are now available. The Super Delegate pass grants participants access to all events including the masterclasses at a cost of N60, 000. Mr Leo of RESULT Sports will anchor the masterclass titled: A world of limitless opportunities for African sports in the digital age. In his presentation, Leo will share strategies for commercial maximisation of Nigerian sports, attracting the right commercial partners and sponsors to sport content, and how to segment your digital sports consumer base, among others.
Delegates who do not want to participate in the masterclass are welcome to attend by purchasing the Regular Delegate Pass for N10, 000. All passes can be purchased on the Africa Digital Sports Conference website by clicking on the link, www.africadigitalsports.com/register.
The Africa Digital Sports Conference (ADSCon2019) is an initiative of CampsBay Media created uniquely to help develop and enhance the fortunes of African sports businesses through digital media technology. The event is expected to attract over 300 African sports, technology and media leaders to network and discover new opportunities in the changing digital technology space and its beneﬁts for the evolving sports industry.