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Running a Sports Business - What next?

City Sports Studio
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Are you a sports business based in the local region? If so this event is for you.

The Covid-19 pandemic has had a devastating impact on sports businesses across the country. Join a conversation with Dr Lynn Oxborrow from Nottingham Business school and Martin Ingham the Chief Executive Officer of Motorpoint Arena Nottingham & National Ice Centre about the unique challenges faced by the sector.

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Event details

Are you a sports business based in the local region? If so this event is for you.

The Covid-19 pandemic has had a devastating impact on sports businesses across the country. Join a conversation with Dr Lynn Oxborrow from Nottingham Business School and Martin Ingham, the Chief Executive Officer of Motorpoint Arena Nottingham & National Ice Centre, about the unique challenges faced by the sector. Martin will talk about some of the recent successes achieved by the team at the Arena pre Covid-19, including the huge investments made into the facility, the scale of the commercial operation and how this contributes to the business model, advancements in the quality of coaching provision and the scale of the challenge ahead.

This event is an opportunity for you to talk with your peers about what you think the future will look like for sports businesses as lockdown is slowly lifted, learning from others to inspire forward thinking. What would help you strengthen your defence and emerge victorious? Be part of the debate!


This workshop form part of our support on the Leading to Grow Programme, due to the Covid-19 crisis attendance at this event is open to any businesses in the sports and leisure sectors without formal enrolment on the support programme however you must book to reserve your place.

Programme Background
The ‘Leading to Grow’ programme has been designed by the Chartered Association of Business Schools (CABS) and is delivered by leading business schools across England who hold the Small Business Charter accreditation. The programme is fully funded by the Department of Business Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) as part of their Business Basics Programme.

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