Soccerex attracts new partners for the Soccerex Asian Forum

23 April 2015 |
The Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy, Royal Jordanian Airlines, Jordan Tourism Board, Qatar Star Leagues, Marriott are the latest high-profile names to commit to the Soccerex Asian Forum, taking place on 3-4 May on the banks of the Dead Sea in Jordan, in partnership with the Asian Football Development Project (AFDP). Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy: The Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy (SC) ensures that all preparations for the 2022 FIFA World Cup™ align with Qatar’s other development imperatives, as described in the Qatar National Vision 2030 and the National Development Strategy 2011-2016. Along with its stakeholders, the SC is tasked with delivering stadia and other infrastructure for an amazing 2022 FIFA World Cup™ that will leave a lasting legacy for Qatar, the region and the world. International Centre for Sports Security (ICSS): The ICSS is a globally-renowned and respected leader in sport safety, security and integrity. The ICSS is an independent and non-profit organisation and at the forefront of efforts to safeguard sport. We play an increasingly integral role in addressing critical issues in sport such as corruption, betting fraud and transparency, as well as major event safety and venue security.

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Marriott: The Jordan Valley Marriott Dead Sea Resort & Spa offers luxurious accommodations, variety of dining options and relaxing and invigorating Spa facilities on the shores of the Dead Sea.

Royal Jordanian Airlines: Jordan’s flag carrier, voted "Airline of the Year 2007" by Airfinance Journal, Royal Jordanian Airlines become the official airline partners of the Forum and will have a significant presence at the event.

Jordan Tourism Board: The Jordan Tourism Board, an independent, public-private sector partnership committed to utilise marketing strategies to brand, position and promote the Jordan tourism product as the destination of choice in the international markets.

Qatar Stars League: The Qatar Stars League (QSL) was officially formed in 2008 and is the highest level of professional club football within Qatar. Currently operating as a 14 Team league, the QSL is responsible for developing football within Qatar whilst managing all Commercial, Broadcast and Administrational matters relating to the league and it 14 member clubs.  The leagues organisers are passionate about the beautiful and are dedicated to creating a unique and compelling brand for the people of Qatar and beyond.

La Liga: One of the world’s leading professional football leagues, if not the best, has come on board as event supporters. A high profile delegation will be led by the President Javier Tebas who will deliver a presentation on the leagues international growth as well as sponsoring the VIP Lounge which will be known as the La Liga Lounge.

A host of regional media have signed up as official media partners of the Forum, these include:

Kooora: launched in 2002, Kooora is the leading and foremost the largest Sports Arabic digital platform in the Middle East and North Africa. Over the past years Kooora.com, distinctively and uniquely, developed to become a global digital sports brand and managed to widen its footprint to cover all Arab nations starting with the Arabian Gulf and going all the way to countries such as Eretria and Somalia as well as reaching out to expatriate Arab populations in Europe, USA and worldwide.

Doha Stadium Plus is the first and only English-language Sports Weekly published from Qatar. It covers a wide discipline of sports activities, which are of interest to both nationals and expatriates, not only in Qatar, but in the entire Middle East and beyond.

Jordan Business Magazine has managed to posit itself as the Kingdom’s leading independent corporate magazine, tackling issues pertaining to the country’s commercial, economic and political landscapes – comprehensively, analytically and with integrity.

Mood FM: established in June 2004, Mood FM is Jordan's premier contemporary English radio station. Mood 92 broadcasts 24 hours a day at 92.00 FM with the best presenters and offering exceptional programs throughout the day, packed with conversation; Amman based information, quizzes, and the latest entertainment news. Mood 92 is essential listening for its tens of thousands of loyal listeners across the Kingdom and is usually tuned into by locals aged 30 and above who enjoy the good things in life.

 “We are very excited to bring this impressive selection of global brands to the event,” said Soccerex CEO Duncan Revie. “These are first-class organisations that bring the sport and the community together, and we believe will help Jordan and the rest of the continent become a destination for the global industry and soccer fans alike for many years to come.”

For further details about the Soccerex Asian Forum please contact Soccerex on +44 208 987 5522 or email us at [email protected].

 

 

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