The International Sports Convention (ISC) and Financial Times (FT) is pleased to announce a global partnership in relation to the International Sports Convention in London 2020. The venue for The International Sports Convention 2020 is the new world-class sports and entertainment destination of Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

The ISC 2020 dates are June 17-18, 2020, coinciding with the 2nd week of UEFA EURO 2020 and other major sports events.

The FT and ISC will collaborate on a wide ranging partnership including editorial, content, media and marketing. The partnership will provide insight, editorial and commentary throughout the 12 month build up leading to ISC London 2020. The comprehensive partnership will ensure significant participation from political, business, FMCG and financial industries mixing with the business of Sport.

The two prestigious brands, FT and ISC will work together on a highly innovative global partnership. The Business of Sport has far reaching consequences and impact in society, economy and politics and this partnership reinforces that ISC LONDON 2020 is the meeting place for this global gathering.

The focus of ISC London 2020 is on the Business of Sport with around 1500 participants, including approximately 150 speakers with 9 conferences running over the 2 days, plus private roundtables, masterclasses and a range of hospitality and networking platforms. The main days are June 17-18, 2020. This includes comprehensive content and speakers from the Broadcast, Digital, OTT, Brands, Sponsorship, Integrity, Major events and Technology.

Other separate events before and after will include Sport and Sustainable Development Goals Summit, Women in Sports Business Forum, BAME in Football Forum and Football Development and Technology Summit over the course of International Sports Convention 2020 week. The final day of International Sports Convention week will be June 22nd 2020 and this will culminate in a ISC/FT Golf day. There will be opportunities for companies and individuals to get involved in the golf corporate day of the year.

Nigel Fletcher, CEO of the International Sports Convention: “The partnership with the FT will provide delegates around the world with the best possible sports business content and insights leading up to the event. The FT lounge at ISC will be a central networking area at ISC London 2020. The facilities at the Tottenham Hotspurs Stadium for business networking are 1st class with the hospitality to match. Some of the event spaces we will be using will be ground breaking and we look forward to welcoming the Sports Business Industry from around the world to London. We will be taking the conference, exhibition and networking model to a new level for all participants. The partnership with the FT reflects a strong underlining message of great content, discussion and debate at ISC. With the expertise, tradition and global standing the FT have with their audience this will accelerate ISC London 2020 further. Through this new, fresh and innovative approach, ISC and the FT will redefine the content experience for the Sports Industry and I would like to thank The Financial Times for their collaboration and co-operation so far, it’s a very exciting partnership”.

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The International Sports Convention was founded in 2009, in Zurich, Switzerland. The last 10 years has seen the International Sports Convention host events in both Amsterdam, Netherlands and most recently Geneva, Switzerland.