There is still time to save €50 on your MOVE Congress fee as we have extended our Early Bird offer until Monday 15 July 2019. For only €250 you can experience one of the world’s largest conferences for the grassroots sport and physical activity sector.
25 speakers are now confirmed to present at the MOVE Congress in Budapest on 16-18 October, and they will join us from as far and wide as Australia, Canada, Hong Kong and the United States.
Secure your seat to find out how they changed the game and helped made people more active through:
- Designing new gadgets and games for both kids and adults
- Finding new ways to retain club members
- Becoming grassroots sport diplomats
- Revealing alarming statistics that are being used to tackle the inactivity crisis
- Moving kids around the world with award-winning entertainment
- Securing and allocating funds to support initiative just like yours
Will we see you in Budapest this October?
There is still time to save €50 on your MOVE Congress fee as we have extended our Early Bird offer until Monday 15 July 2019. For only €250 you can experience one of the world’s largest conferences for the grassroots sport and physical activity sector. 25 speakers are now confirmed to present at the MOVE Congress in Budapest on 16-18 October, and they will join us from as far and wide as Australia, Canada, Hong Kong and the United States. Secure your
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