Leaders In Racing Conference in UK

Leaders in Racing (leadersinracing.com) is the inaugural international conference for the global horseracing industry.

Bringing together the world’s most important horseracing leaders for one day of business, knowledge and best practice, Leaders in Racing takes place at Chelsea Football Club on October 6 and follows the significant Leaders in Football conference, staged the previous day.

Leaders in Racing will provide the opportunity to discuss the hottest topics in the horseracing industry, including:

  • How the racing industry is changing and what are the global trends?
  • How racing is funded and what the future holds?
  • The future of the racing and the betting industry
  • How does racing keep up and compete with the next wave of competitor sports?
  • How can racing become more attractive to broadcasters?

So far the confirmed speakers are: Simon Bazalgette, Group Chief Executive, The Jockey Club; Ed Wray, Founder & Chairman, Betfair Group;  Winfried Engelbrecht-Breges, CEO, Hong Kong Jockey Club; and David Attenborough, Managing Director and CEO of the Australian Gaming and Entertainment organisation Tabcorp.

GBI Racing Chairman Richard Brooke said: “We are delighted to extend our support to Leaders in Racing and its inaugural international conference. With more than 150 senior industry figures from around the world due to attend the conference,  it presents an excellent opportunity to discuss the hottest and most important topics in the sport.”

Leaders CEO James Worrell said: “We are proud to have GBI Racing as one of our founding partners for the inaugural Leaders in Racing conference. Their quality of service and international reach are in line with the values and aspirations of the event and I look forward to working with Richard and his team leading up to the October 6, 2011”

If you would like to find out more or attend the conference, please visit: www.leadersinracing.com or email: [email protected]

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