Top experts and professionals each and every inside and outside of the tennis business are signing up to proportion their enjoy and information at the 5th annual TOM Conference, which could be April Eight-11 at Wild Dunes Resort in Charleston, S.C. Presented by the use of the Tennis Industry Association (TIA), the TOM Conference goals tennis householders, managers and business decision-makers with a point of interest on innovation, expansion and trade control.
In addition to instructional sessions and strong point categories (CEU credit score are available from PTR and USPTA), the TOM Conference may also include a Resource Center, “best practices” roundtable discussions, control and facility keep an eye on sessions, shows on equipment and technology, networking sessions, longer term of tennis and technology techniques, digital and social media discussions, and additional.
“We’re excited that top speakers and presenters in tennis, sports, and the club and facility industry are interested in speaking to our TOM Conference audience,” says TIA Executive Director Jolyn de Boer. “The TOM Conference continues to grow each year, with more and different programming and interactive presentations.”
Among the presenters at this 12 months’s conference could be Stephen Tharrett, the co-founder of ClubIntel and owner/president of Club Industry Consulting, who will communicate on control lessons and the importance of incorporating well being into programming. Also at the agenda is Tim Bainton, founder of Blue Chip Sports Management, discussing “Tracking Trends and Increasing Profits.” Exercise Physiologist Dan Zeman, with 35 years of experience inside the smartly being, well being and sports activities actions drugs areas, and who has worked with the Minnesota Vikings and other skilled sports activities actions teams, will discuss increasing your business by the use of promoting to baby-boomers.
Kirk Anderson, the entire manager of USTA products and services for the USTA Pacific Northwest Section, will discuss creating a club custom in line with remarkable and cutting edge control. John Borden, the entire manager of the College Park (Md.) Tennis Club, will discuss “Growing the Sport Through Adult Tennis: The Millennial Experience.”
Other audio device confirmed up to now will include USTA General Manager of Community & Youth Tennis Craig Morris at the Net Generation initiative; Midtown Athletic Club Vice President & General Manager Michael Mahoney; exhausting paintings and employment lawyer Jordan Schwartz; and USTA University Managing Director Scott Schultz.
Industry veterans Doug Cash and Greg Lappin will another time reasonable sessions, and will also supply a strong point direction on “Advancing Your Career Path.” Other strong point categories could be offered by the use of sports activities actions club promoting a professional Casey Conrad, Sports Club Advisors co-founder Jim Bates, and Charlie Ruddy, founder & CEO of TCPS Services.
The conference may also include on-court demos and/or discussions for short-court types of tennis related to POP Tennis (with former skilled tour player Murphy Jensen and POP Tennis skilled Austin Doerner), paddle, pickleball and padel. In addition, winners of Tennis Industry magazine’s Champions of Tennis Awards could be recognized at the TOM.
Also at the TOM Conference, the TIA will sponsor the third model of its increasingly fashionable Innovation Challenge, which spotlights one of the vital an important most good new and cutting edge sports activities actions products and services in a singular pageant format. (To enter the Innovation Challenge, visit TheTOMConference.com to fill out the unfastened online software; point in time January 1.)
“The TOM Conference program is designed to help position industry businesses for future growth,” says TIA Executive Director Jolyn de Boer. “We’ve been thrilled to see the TOM continue to grow each year, both in terms of tennis facility decision-makers and the industry experts who attend, along with the actionable content, tools and take-aways delivered.”
The first day of the TOM Conference moreover will be the finals at the inside sight Volvo Car Open girls’s fit on Daniel Island, S.C. Visit TheTOMConference.com.
Register previous than Nov. 20 for the early-bird bargain at TheTOMConference.com. Contact the TIA for more information at 843-686-3036 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.