SportAccord launches host city application process for its world and regional summits

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SportAccord launches host city application process for its world and regional summits

SportAccord has launched the host city application processes for future editions of its SportAccord World Sport & Business Summit from 2023 and the Regional SportAccord from 2022. Cities interested in hosting the SportAccord World Sport & Business Summit have been invited to submit a Bid City Application Form. The next edition of the event will take place, 15-20 May 2022 in Ekaterinburg, Russia.

The inaugural edition of Regional SportAccord Pan America took place in December 2019 in Fort Lauderdale, USA, and those interested in hosting future editions of that are encouraged to complete a Bid City Application Form. Regional SportAccort have said that applications will be considered to host for Europe, Asia, Africa, or Oceania, as well as Pan America.

SportAccord usually gathers more than 1,500 key decision-makers representing over 1,000 different organisations and over 150 cities and regions. Regional SportAccord is designed to welcome around 500 delegates from 50 countries and representing over 200 different organisations.

Nis Hatt, managing director of SportAccord, commented: “We have been greatly encouraged by the significant number of destinations that have expressed an interest in hosting future editions of our industry-leading events as the global industry continues its recovery from the pandemic. We look forward to receiving formal applications in the coming weeks and months for these events, which will take place after the highly anticipated SportAccord World Sport & Business Summit 2022 in Ekaterinburg marks a milestone in the global sports movement’s resurgence.”

Each Bid City Application Form should be submitted along with a formal Letter of Commitment that has been signed on behalf of the prospective host city.

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