Everything In Sport Hosts Women’s Edition Conference in Miami

Everything In Sport (EIS) will be hosting its Women’s Edition Conference 2024 at Chase Stadium in Miami, Florida, on March 8.

The first of four global conferences of 2024, this hybrid conference offers an opportunity for executives from sports and business sectors, including sports buyers, institutional investors, suppliers, and corporate-level decision-makers, to network and establish new business relationships.

“We’re delighted to be hosting the first Women’s Edition Conferences 2024 themed “Sport for Social Change” in the heart of Miami. It’s no accident that the first conference falls on March 8, International Women’s Day, highlighting our commitment to driving social change through sports,” says Ian Budge, Executive Director of Omnia Sports Group. “The rate of change in women’s sports is one of the most exciting trends in the sports industry. This event is an opportunity for brands, the media, and rights holders to collaborate and explore ways to transform sports for social change, and learn to engage fans in new ways.”

This year’s conference will continue to focus on our core themes, Education, Gamification, Innovation, Regulation, and Stimulation of sports. It will feature speaking engagements from numerous high-profile sports industry professionals, including Ellen Hyslop, Co-founder of The GIST; Milagros Cubelli, Chief Marketing Officer of the Miami Sharks; Enric Ripoll, Founder and Managing Partner of ER Sports Law & Arbitration, and many more.

“‘Our dedication to advancing gender equality in sports has led us to establish a ground-breaking platform for Sport for Social Change through our Women’s Edition Global Series Conferences. With over 20 trailblazing speakers, this conference offers unparalleled opportunities for networking and engagement with top industry leaders in Women in Sport. We strive to make these conferences accessible to all professionals in the field, exemplified by our affordable ticket pricing,” says Leon Walton, Founder of Everything in Sport.

Password must contain the following:

A lowercase letter

A capital (uppercase) letter

A number

Minimum 8 characters