• Host City 2016

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    Glasgow, 21 & 22 November 2016

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Host City’s most successful conference and exhibition yet has closed in Glasgow, but you can still catch up on the content by listening to recordings of panel discussions courtesy of audioBoom.

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Moderator: Robert Datnow, Managing Director, The Sports Consultancy; Sir Craig Reedie CBE, President, World Anti-Doping Agency; Simon Clegg CBE, Chief Operating Officer, World Expo Dubai 2020; Sarah Lewis, Secretary General, FIS and AIOWF (Association of Winter Olympic Sports Federations); Dimitri Kerkentzes, deputy Secretary General, BIE (World Expos); Paul Bush OBE, Director of Events, Visit Scotland; Francesco Ricci Bitti, President, ASOIF (Association of Summer Olympic Sports Federations) (Photo: Host C

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International major event leaders debate future at Host City 2016 in Glasgow; Asian edition announced

As Host City’s most successful conference and exhibition yet closes in Glasgow, the organisers announce an extra event in Beijing in May for the Asian market...

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I found HOST CITY enlightening. The calibre of people that attended and spoke was excellent; it was excellent to meet so many experts with a shared perspective and passion and belief that the hosting of major events is a force for good.
David Grevemberg, Chief Executive Officer, Commonwealth Games Federation