Sydney Opens Up Ready for NSC Forum
by National Sports Convention | October 14, 2020 | News
The industry is getting ready for Monday 9th November with the NSW Government announcing that events can hold up to 300 delegates.
The NSC Forums are committed to the safety of delegates and the provision of healthy environments with strong proactive protocols. This relaxation of COVID-19 restrictions will allow up to 300 delegates, speakers, sponsors and collaborators to meet in Sydney at Rosehill Gardens, Parramatta and catch-up in person with industry leaders and colleagues.
Headlining the Sydney NSC Forum will be the Hon. Dr Geoff Lee, Minister for Sport, Multiculturalism, Seniors and Veterans (Acting), Peter Miskimmin, Chief Executive Officer of Sport New Zealand, Rob Dalton, Chief Executive Officer of Sport Australia and Karen Jones, Chief Executive of NSW Office of Sport. Between them they will explore the future of sport, active communities and how the industry can embrace the challenge from COVID-19 to set the course for the next generation of sports participants.
Please click below for Karen’s insights.
We look forward to providing the first opportunity post COVID-19 for the community sport, recreation and government to all come together.
The seating capacity to attend the Sydney Forum in person has just been increased to 300 and there is also an option to register virtually available. The Melbourne Forum is available online and we are currently awaiting advice from the health department on the number of delegates that can attend this Forum in person.
As sport returns to our communities, live attendance is expected to be high and current registration bookings are demonstrating this, so register now to not miss out!
If you believe that this NSC Forum is of interest to your colleagues, please pass onto them whom may be interested in attending.
Don’t forget to put the NSC Forums in your calendar.
~ The National Sports Convention Team