08 June How do you fill your room after a health crisis?
How do you fill your room after a health crisis?
Monday 14 June at 2.30pm
After many months of being closed, French volleyball will reopen its halls to its public and partners at the beginning of the new school year.
Even if the desire to return to a "normal" life is felt, the "natural" return to the auditorium of our spectators and partners is not assured and this return must be prepared now.
This round table, composed of business specialists, will address
- the challenges of this return
- strategic and operational solutions to prepare it in the best conditions
- and to gather the testimony of a player from the largest French arena, already actively involved in the subject!
Registration required on our partner's website
Exchange with the speakers
At the end of the presentation, we will be available for a question and answer session.
Antony Thiodet is the founder of Time For Biz Academy - a training organisation dedicated to business development in the world of sport
Gurvan Kervadec is the General Manager of the Ligue Nationale de Volley - The Ligue Promotionnelle de Volley-Ball, which became the Ligue Nationale de Volley (LNV) in 1999.
Julien Rongier is the Commercial, Hospitality & Partnerships Director at Accor Arena - Formerly known as the Palais Omnisport Paris-Bercy, commonly known as the Bercy, POPB or Paris-Bercy
Pierre Gautier is responsible for the professional sports customer base at Arenametrix - a tool for data centralisation and activation of innovative marketing strategies.
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The reopening of the stadiums and arenas seems to be close even if we will have to rely on reduced gauge ticketing in the first instance.