We’re calling all major capital projects – including expansion, modernisation or new build – to join us at TheStadiumBusiness Design & Development Summit (31 Oct-2 Nov).
TheStadiumBusiness Design & Development Summit is a unique event aimed at all professionals involved in the design, construction, refurbishment and management of sports venues.
Last year in London we showcased 50+ projects, totalling over €13.5 billion worth of construction.
This year we are delighted to confirm the first few projects who will be joining us:
- San Siro
- Craven Cottage
- Feijenoord Stadium
- Queens Park Rangers
- VTB Arena
- Griffin Park
- Selhurst Park
- Liberty Stadium
- Goodison Park
- …and many more confirming this week.
We invite projects of all shapes and sizes from around the world to join us as we learn from the brightest minds in the business. We’ll also be previewing the latest product solutions that are shaping the industry.
Are you undergoing a major project or know someone that is? Get in touch to see if you qualify for a VIP pass to #TDS16.
What are people saying?
Thank you for a great conference, which gave us several potential suppliers for our new stadium
Janus Khyl Director, FC Helsingor
Everyone is so generous with their insights and knowledge.
Kirsten Lees Partner, Grimshaw
You get people from all over the world; architects from Brazil or the states, owners from clubs in Europe and design experts and project teams... and it’s absolutely fantastic
Daniel Gidney Chief Executive, Lancashire County Cricket Club, UK
My colleague and I agreed it was one of the slickest, most professional events we have ever attended, well done to you and your team.
Jason Maher Director, Condy Lofthouse Architects
A fantastic couple of days. wonderfully organised. Slick and professional. A week later, people are still saying how good it was.
Patrick Donoghue Sales Director, Ferco Seating
We’d heard good things about this conference so we thought we would just give it a go... we’re very pleased we did and we're definitely going to attend the show next year