The first set of speakers for TheStadiumBusiness Summit 2014 have been announced, giving an insight into our biggest and best Summit yet!
Bringing The Adelaide Oval From Vision to Reality
How the redevelopment of Adelaide’s historic cricket ground has transformed this iconic venue into one of the best of its kind. Now a truly multi-purpose facility – with capacity increased to 61,000 – the redevelopment has also retained the character and heritage of the Adelaide Oval.
The Ageas Bowl: Naming Rights in Progress
The Ageas Bowl, home of Hampshire Cricket, has entered into in a naming rights partnership helping to create a world-class destination resort designed to bring the very best sporting, leisure and business activities to the club and local economy.
From family days out to the excitement of T20 competitions, this is becoming a truly memorable partnership.
Developing a new Venue Cluster for New Zealand
Following the devastation caused by the earthquake in 2011, Christchurch is now on the up, with an eye firmly focused on the future. With a site now located, there is an appetite to develop a world-class rectangular stadium, a cricket ground and related municipal buildings.
Next stop: Madrid
We close this year’s Summit with an executive briefing on Real Madrid’s remodelling and €400m makeover of its famed Santiago Bernabéu stadium. This modernisation will see a retractable roof, new exterior façade and countless hospitality and fan amenities added to the historic structure.
The club hosts the delegates of this year’s TheStadiumBusiness Design and Development Summit (29-30 October).