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Songdo Convensia, venue for the OCA Partnership Summit on September 21.
OCA Partnership Summit - NOCs Register Now!

31 Jul 2014
Kuwait: The Olympic Council of Asia is requesting all National Olympic Committees to register their participants for the first OCA Partnership Summit, which will be held on the sidelines of the 17th Asian Games at Incheon, Korea, this September.

Billed as “a one-day masters course on how to supercharge your partnerships”, the OCA Partnership Summit will offer presentations by industry leaders, panel discussions and the opportunity to network with fellow NOCs and sports sponsorship and marketing experts.

The OCA Partnership Summit will take place at the Songdo Convensia on Sunday, September 21 – two days after the Opening Ceremony of the 17th Asian Games at the new Asiad Main Stadium and one day after the 33rd OCA General Assembly, also at Songdo Convensia.

Each NOC is invited to send a maximum of five delegates - executive director, top sponsorship executive and up to three sponsors or sponsor prospects - and around 300 people will take part in the day-long gathering.

The OCA Partnership Summit is being held under the auspices of the OCA President, HE Sheikh Ahmad Al Fahad Al Sabah, who will provide an opening address. It is being organised by sportsarts + AG of Zurich and curated by IEG, LLC

For more details on the event, the list of speakers, the agenda and, most importantly, on how to register, click on the Register Now - OCA Partnership Summit on the OCA website, www.ocasia.org.
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