SBC’s Betting on Football conference returns

EmiratesstadiumThe Betting on Football conference is back, having been transferred to Arsenal FC. Betting on Football 2015 will be held at the Emirates on 10 September 2015 and once again plans to bridge the gap between sports betting and football.

Organised by SBC Events, Betting on Football is a focused, one day conference, exploring the key facets of the betting industry’s relationship with the most popular sport in the world. SBC will be bringing together the stakeholders, including Football Clubs, Media Rights Agencies, Marketeers, Operators and Suppliers, to engage, network, discover best practice and, most importantly, to do business. The evening networking drinks are sponsored by TXODDS.

Event organiser Andrew McCarron commented: “Last year’s event at Stamford Bridge was really well received, so we were encouraged enough to revisit the conference ahead of next summer’s Euro 2016 finals in France. The venue is beautiful and the agenda is thought provoking.”

The early bird ticket rate, which provides a 50 per cent discount in ticket price, will expire at the end of July.

The event aims to cover a wide range of topics surrounding betting on football including activating sponsorship deals, the legal position of advertising in several companies, the fight against match fixing, trends in football trading and customer acquisition.

SBC founder Rasmus Sojmark added: “The betting industry has very few events dedicated to what is an intricate and important business, so we are very excited to be able to bring Betting on Football back to the calendar. The Emirates is a spectacular, high class place to learn, network and enjoy the trade that we are in.”

Find out more, and book your early bird tickets, at www.sbcevents.co.uk

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