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Tickets for the FUTURE OF FOOTBALL BUSINESS Conference are available

On 1 September, the football business industry meets again in Graz for the fourth edition of the FUTURE OF FOOTBALL BUSINESS Conference, the biggest yet.

This year we are aiming to gather more than 200 football business experts in Graz, Austria. Rights holders, agencies, companies, and media from across Europe and beyond will meet at the Messecongress Graz on 1 September.

Tickets for the FOFBC are now available at the Super Early Bird Rate – until 31 May you save 90 Euro compared to the regular price. Three ticket categories are available: Standard, VIP (includes also Welcome Evening and Side Events) and Weekend Ticket (like a VIP Ticket plus 3 nights in the partner hotel included).

Once again, we focus on topics, highly relevant for the football business industry and especially for rights holders. Thiese are the six key topics:

CLUB DEVELOPMENT

Organisational Development

Governance

Leadership


FUTURE TECH

Metaverse

Web 3.0

NFTs

DATA & ANALYTICS

Data Driven Marketing

Fan Data

Business Intelligence

CLUB FINANCING

Investors

Alternative Revenue Streams

Financial Sustainability


COMPETITIVE BALANCE

Giving smaller Clubs a Voice

Balance Leagues

FUTURE CHALLENGES

Digital Transformation

Digital Business

Sustainability

We look at concrete cases of all sizes and let renowned experts discuss important topics on stage. Moreover, one-hour workshops make it possible to dive deeper into selected topics. This year there will also be more opportunities and additional space for exhibitors.

As usual, the FUTURE OF FOOTBALL BUSINESS Conference starts with a Welcome Evening, this year on Wednesday, 31 August. The conference itself takes place on 1 September and on 2 September side events will take place.

The first speakers and sessions will be announced in May.

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