The Smart Cities & Sport Summit 2019 - Call for projects
Smart Cities & Sport gives the voice to sports cities from around the world!
Is your city innovative and does it use sport as a catalyst for positive change?
Smart Cities & Sport is calling on you to share your best insights on how your city uses sport to achieve its social, economic, promotional and environmental goals.
Get the chance to be featured in our monthly newsletters, quarterly publications and to present your project on stage at our Summit next November. Your ideas deserve to be heard and spread across the globe to inspire! Smart Cities & Sport is here to help you do just that.
Areas on the spotlight
How to apply
Smart Cities & Sport is looking for the most innovative, re-applicable and ethical sports-related initiatives developed by cities worldwide.
Visit our website to submit your application.
Note that the submission deadline to present your project at our Summit is July 15th, 2019. The selected candidates will be announced by the end of August.
The platform is open anytime for those of you willing to be featured in our newsletter or quarterly publications.
Don’t hesitate to send us a few words about your initiatives - we look forward to hearing more about your exciting projects!
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A small reminder: the Smart Cities & Sport Summit is...
300 + city representatives from around the world
40+ International Federations
THE place to CONNECT
with the international sports world by meeting with senior directors from the biggest sports organisations.
THE place to LEARN
from world-renowned experts in developing the relationship between cities and sport.
THE place to SHARE
your experience with peers from the world’s most dynamic and experienced sport cities.
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