Drisbiotis, Kayalis, Karalis, Orphanos speak at the conference.
THE MOTODYNAMICS continues to play a leading role in the field of education supporting for 3the consecutive year the largest sports conference management and one of the largest in Europe, the “Front Runners in Sports Management 5.0” which will take place on Thursday December 7, her Friday December 8 and Saturday December 9 2023 in the Deree – American College Greece. The first day of the conference will be hybrid and the next two will be online, with free attendance for all interested parties on all days.
MOTODYNAMIKI’s ambassadors at Front Runners 5.0
At this year’s conference, its ambassadors will speak and share their experiences from the field of sports MOTODYNAMIKI Group, the best Greek walker of all time, two-time gold European champion, bronze world champion and Olympic medalist Antigone Drisbiotis, the best Greek pole vaulter, 4o Olympic champion in Tokyo Emmanuel Karalis, the Olympic bronze medalist in sailing in Rio and 8o Olympic champion in Tokyo Pavlos Kayalis and the champion of Greece in sailing Giannis Orphanos. At the same time, the experienced executives of the Group, specifically the Corporate Affairs Manager of MOTODYNAMIKI, Ms. Myra Passia and the Marketing Specialist, Business Development Division SIXT Greece, Mr. Antam El Malaouani, they will analyze the successful case study her MOTODYNAMICS and of investments her in sport. This section will be presented on Thursday, December 7 at 3:30 p.m. at Deree – American College of Greece with feature for free online monitoring through the conference platform at: www.front-runners.gr
Drive Change Speaker Contest Powered by MOTODYNAMICS
THE MOTODYNAMIKI S.A.E., driven by the love of movement and evolution, this year he is participating in the conference as Platinum Sponsor. As part of its action this year, it organized the competition Drive Change Speaker Contest Powered by ΜΟΤΟΔΥΝΑΜΙΚΗ and invited all undergraduate, postgraduate and PhD students to take part and win a place among this year’s conference speakers by preparing a compelling 10-15 minute presentation on one of the following areas: a) Innovation, or b) Sustainability or c) Leadership combined with the field of sports. College faculty and executive committee members ensured a rigorous and fair process of evaluating nominations. The winner of 1her position will receive 500 euros and an exclusive opportunity to participate in the 2023 conference. The 2the place will receive 300 euros and the 3the seat 200 euros. Also, the first three winners will have the incredible opportunity to meet up close some inspiring and accomplished MOTODYNAMIKI athletes.
As part of this year’s conference, its Corporate Affairs Manager MOTODYNAMICS, Ms. Myra Passia stated: “The MOTODYNAMIKI group supports activities that reflect the company’s values and human-centered philosophy. One of the main pillars of our Corporate Social Responsibility strategy is Education. We support actions that provide opportunities for learning and innovation, while harnessing the innate power of young people for progress. In this context, we support Front Runners in Sports Management for the third consecutive year and sponsor the competition Drive Change Speaker Contest Powered by MOTODYNAMIKI which offers many opportunities and prospects for professional development in the field of the sports industry”.
Free Join & Access to Training
Attendance at the conference is free and MOTODYNAMIKI through its participation invests in the education of students and executives of the heavy sports industry for the present and the future of Sports Management. At the same time, it helps to prepare this very important market in order to build a stronger and healthier community. Supporting the continuous education and training of the new generation is highly necessary and is part of the sustainable development and social responsibility of the organization and MOTODYNAMIKI.
The topics of this year’s conference are dedicated to Sports Tourism, the Sustainability, him Sports and the Sports Industry.
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