If you haven’t already, make sure you book your spot for three days of inspirational learning at Wyboston Lakes Resort in November…
Delegate spots are being snapped up as the countdown continues towards GCMA 2021 Conference in November.
The event, at Wyboston Lakes Resort, in Bedfordshire, and staged from November 21 to 23, will focus on the key themes of Leadership and Wellbeing, Sustainability, and Technology under the GCMA Inspire, GCMA Hot Topics and GCMA Know How banners.
Former European Tour referee John Paramor will kick off proceedings on Sunday night with memories of his time on tour, while elite athletes Chris Cook and Danielle Brown will be joined by the likes of industry giants Kevin Fish, Peter Kirk and Scott Seaborn to deliver three days of education and networking.
Alongside the speakers, workshops will give attendees the tools to develop in their roles as golf club managers and a gala dinner on Monday night will showcase the best in the industry with the GCMA Manager of the Year Awards.
The GCMA is dedicated to delivering progressive, industry specific education programmes and networking opportunities whilst offering high quality personal services and support for the development of its members. This year’s Conference will aim to deliver all.
Tom Brooke, GCMA chief executive, said: “We’ve carefully selected the headline themes that we believe are going to be the key topics in the golf industry for the years ahead: Leadership and Wellbeing, Sustainability and Technology.
“The 2021 Conference is going to provide the perfect opportunity for our members, industry professionals and our business partners to reconnect after the pandemic and spend a few highly valuable days investing in personal development, networking, socialising, and celebrating success!
“Wyboston Lakes is a superb venue and we can’t wait to welcome you there.”
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Wyboston Lakes is the largest independently owned business and leisure destination in Northern Europe.
Set in 380 acres of rural countryside, on the edge of the historic market town of St Neots, the resort was founded in 1983 by Peter Hutchinson.
An award-winning conference and events venue, Wyboston Lakes Resort has more than 50 meeting rooms, including two large flexible function rooms that can cater for up to 620 delegates.
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