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Why Sports Professionals Must Attend Conferences

sports professionals Have you ever attended a sports conference?

Most sports professionals who have know how valuable they are.

Things change when you meet people face to face.  I don’t know how the chemicals in our bodies transform when we actually see how someone looks, listen to the sound of their voice, touch their hand when we greet, and observe how they interact with others… but somehow you just know when you meet with someone if it will be a mutually beneficial business relationship.

These new connections can help you get to where you want to be in life, and throughout your sports career.

Wouldn’t you agree?

Attending sports conferences is the best way to connect with many of the top sports executives in the industry.  However, it can be time consuming, and cost a lot of money along the way.

This is just one of the reasons to join the Sports Executives Association.  This will allow you to still meet and stay connected to those top sports professionals, but from the comfort of your home or office and at the time which is most convenient for you.

Watch below to learn more about the pros and cons of attending conferences and write in the comment section below some of the benefits your have seen from attending conferences and meeting sports professionals face to face.

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One Response to Why Sports Professionals Must Attend Conferences

  1. Dan March 29, 2010 at 2:49 am #

    These are great articles. The only problem I have is finding where these conferences and symposiums are occurring. Do you have any suggestions for where I can find times and locations of local and national conferences? Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

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