Jeffrey Webb, the recently elected President of CONCACAF, is the latest top industry figure from the world of football to join the panel of expert speakers at the Leaders in Football conference, for an exclusive audience of 1,000 CEO and Director level delegates on the 10th and 11th October 2012.
Webb was elected in May 2012 following Jack Warner’s resignation and has stated his priority for CONCACAF nations to work on improving the game rather than politics, with hopes of winning the World Cup in 2026. He will be joining UEFA Executive Committee member Karen Espelund and Heather Rabbatts from The FA to debate the future of football governance.
He is the latest addition to the 2012 Leaders in Football agenda which already includes a number of top industry figures, including Paris St. Germain CEO, Jean-Claude Blanc, MLS Commissioner Don Garber and FIFA Vice President HRH Prince Ali bin Al-Hussein. Leaders in Football is recognised as the premium annual event in the international football business calendar with an audience of 1,000 senior level delegates linked to Clubs, Leagues, Associations, Federations and Brands. Information about the agenda is continually made available here.
The invite-only event takes place within the Leaders Sport Summit, a coming together of 5 leading conferences including Sponsorship, Digital Sport, Performance and the business of Horse Racing, over 10th and 11th October at Chelsea FC. For more information visit www.leaderssportsummit.com, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 (0) 207 042 8666.
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