British Dressage Organisers' Conference 2018

British Dressage is delighted to announce the details of the 2018 Organisers’ Conference, in association with Andrews Bowen. Held on 20 March 2018 at Warwick Racecourse, Warwickshire, the Conference is designed to provide venues of all types with the tools to help take their business to the next level.

Promising to be an unmissable day for venue owners, staff, volunteers and aspiring competition centres alike, this year’s line-up is set to be better than ever, featuring a day packed full of inspiring seminars and workshops delivered by industry leading professionals. Whether you’re a member of an established venue looking to brush up your knowledge or a brand new start up venue hoping to become part of our affiliated list then this is the event for you!

There will be a variety of talks held throughout the day as well as a great selection of breakout workshops in order for each attending member to tailor their event to achieve the best results. There will also be a dedicated marketplace of event related outlets on hand to give advice, supplies and information – this area will be open throughout the Conference.

Event sponsors Andrews Bowen will be speaking as our official surface supplier, alongside other guest presentations from Horse Monkey, Lucinda Freeman, Catherine Holland, and our official partners Harrison Clark Rickerbys and Shearwater Insurance. The subjects of the day’s talks range from ‘Taking IT Forward’ to ‘Developing Volunteers to Become Your Greatest Asset’. There is also a specific Area Festivals discussion hosted by title sponsor Petplan Equine, whilst another highly valuable speech for the months ahead will be the ‘GDPR Overview’ presented by Harrison Clark Rickerbys.

Tickets are available for only £15 per person, including lunch and refreshments, click hereto buy your tickets today.

If you’d like more information on the event, click here to view the official Organisers Conference pack, featuring a detailed timetable.

Article & Photograph Source : British Dressage

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