Australia Player Care ConferenceSofitel Sydney Wentworth Hotel, Sydney
Player Care is the new wave of decision-making within sport. In the 90’s it was medicine, more recently it has been video analysis- but player care is the next area where sports organisations can really gain a competitive advantage over each other. By having athletes who are properly set up and looked after, it means they can focus on nothing but their sporting ambitions and enables them to perform to the highest standard.
Over the past 4 years, Premier Sports Network has led the way in raising the profile of athlete welfare across Europe and the United States. The industry-leading series of player care conference educate backroom staff at clubs, governing bodies, sports associations and agencies, about the vast pitfalls faced by professional athletes behind-the-scenes.
Dedicated to supporting professional athletes from around the world off the field, PSN travels to the other side of the globe, with the aim of providing the same high-level of educational networking conferences to elite sport organisations based in Australia.
Aside from the continued appeal of Cricket, Australia Rules Football and Rugby League in Australia, other sports such as Football, Tennis, Horse-Racing, Swimming and Basketball are beginning to thrive professionally throughout the country.
Elite sports organisations from all sports in Australia now have the exclusive opportunity to network with like-minded counterparts across a range of disciplines, share best practice and further educate themselves on how to provide the best-in-class support for professional athletes.
For more information on how to get involved in elite-level sports global private network in Australia, please contact Tyronne at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Travel & Venue
Sofitel Sydney Wentworth Hotel, Sydney
Originally opened in 1966, the Sofitel Sydney Wentworth is a striking curved tower that surrounds a large courtyard. It is the oldest five-star hotel in Sydney and the largest brick building in the southern hemisphere. The hotel has played host to a slew of prominent people over the last 53 years, including Princess Diana, Bill Gates, Vladimir Putin and many more. The hotel is situated within a 10 minutes’ walk of some of the city’s highlights, including the Opera House, the Botanic Gardens and Museum of Sydney.