We are proud to announce that GlobalSportsJobs has been confirmed as a media partner for the upcoming ASPIRE4SPORT Congress & Exhibition 2015 in Berlin, a two-day exclusive event and networking session that will take place on 5th and 6th October.
The event offers suppliers an unprecedented opportunity to engage with the key people that are shaping the future of the GCC's sports business industry.
You will have the chance to meet with high profile entities such as the Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy, Qatar Sports League, Qatar Football Association, Qatar Olympic Committee, the Ministry of Sports and Youth and other movers & shakers involved in the sports industry in Qatar. You will be able to showcase your products, solutions and services within a set if pre-arranged meetings.
Alongside the B2B meetings, a Global summit on Football Performance and Science, organised by Aspire Academy and held annually around the world, will serve to draw upon the knowledge and experience of the world's leading clubs and National Federations.
If you are interested in becoming a supplier in attendance at the event, and have the opportunity to pre-qualified carefully selected buyers, the majority of which representing a wide range of Qatari governmental bodies and large companies that are eager to source supplies, products and services for the preparation of the highly anticipated 2022 FIFA World Cup, please click here to download an interest registration form.
The event is free of charge and by invitation only, meaning that from those that register their interest, a maximum of 150 companies will be accepted and invited according to their profiles.
New vacancies with organisations in Qatar including the Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy are advertised on GlobalSportsJobs.com each week. Click here to view all current vacancies or here to sign up to our ‘Jobs by Email’ feature to get all new listings sent straight to your inbox.
Please note however that the ASPIRE4SPORT Congress & Exhibition 2015 is a B2B event and would not be relevant for job-seekers looking for employment in the region.