Mass Participation Asia – Featuring some of the industry's leading experts from the region and beyond

MASS PARTICIPATION ASIA CONFERENCE

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ABOUT MASS PARTICIPATION ASIA

Mass Participation Asia (MPA) returns to Singapore this 2018 for its third edition. Once again, delegates can expect a host of curated speakers, content and networking opportunities in our continuous effort to foster collaboration and drive best practice across the mass participation industry.

Relevant Topics

Explore key insights and learn from leaders of this fast growing industry of mass participation sports events. Featuring a wide range of both commercial and operational topics, whether you are an event-based business, sponsor, government body or even an NPO, there is something for everyone.

Keynote Speakers

Azran Osman-Rani, Paul Sinton-Hewitt CBE, Shayne Bannan, Tim Hadzima and many others will share the stage this year, following key industry figures from past years including Steve Cram, John Maclean and Victor Cui.

Networking Opportunities

MPA will feature a mixture of local and international delegates and will be a fantastic opportunity to meet and connect with an extensive profile of attendees. As always, there will be networking opportunities woven into the programme.

Want to showcase your product or service in front of a delegation of mass participation’s biggest names? Expo booths available for rent from only US$500

ADVISORY BOARD

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Chris Robb

Founder & CEO, Mass Participation Asia

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Christine Bowen

Vice President, Running USA

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Craig Dews

CEO, Limelight Sports Group

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David Tully

Race Director, Asia Spartan Race

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Gloria Ng

Director, Dirigo Events

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Josh Black

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Sam Renouf

CEO, Motiv

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Shoto Zhu

Founder and CEO, Oceans Sports & Entertainment

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Unmish Parthasarathi

Global Head of Digital Sales, International Cricket Council

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Wilfred Uytengsu

Chairman and CEO, Sunrise Events

SPEAKERS & PANELISTS

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Alessio Punzi

Road Running Manager, IAAF

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Andrew O’Loughlin

Experience Design & Researcher

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Azran Osman-Rani

CEO, Naluri

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Beth Hodge

Strategic Development Manager, OC Sport

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Bronwyn Reid

Founder, Small Company, Big Business

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Cameron Richards

CEO, CPR Vision Management

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Chris Robb

Founder & CEO, Mass Participation Asia

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Christine Bowen

Vice President, Running USA

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David Tully

Race Director, Asia Spartan Race

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Dennis Ng

Executive Director, HKAAA

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Doug Flannery

Senior Director of Operations, New York Road Runners

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Eitan Hefetz

CEO, Pic2Go

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Elliot Renton

Senior Director & Head of APAC, GRABYO

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Elvin Ting

Co-Founder & MD, Orange Room

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Eric Gottschalk

CEO, MMC Sportz Marketing

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Fiona Green

Director, Winners FDD Ltd

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Gemma Marks

Account Director, Limelight Sports

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Heng Li Seng

Founder, Green Nudge

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James Robinson

CCO, Limelight Sports

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Jana Wunderlich

Co-Founder & MD, Eventeamwork

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Jeffrey Foo

Director, Infinitus Productions

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Joel Espinoza

CEO & Co-Founder, Altec Experiencias Deportivas

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Kate Christie

Founder & CEO, Time Stylers

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Kristy Castleton

Founder & MD, Rebel & Soul

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Kunihito Morimura

President & CEO, Dentsu Sports Asia

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Lim Teck Yin

CEO, Sport Singapore

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Lizi Hamer

Regional Creative Director, Octagon

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Lorna Campbell

Head of Comms, Abbott WMM

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Margaret Jin

Director Strategic Development, Xingzhi

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Marcel Altenburg

Senior Lecturer, MMU

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Marko Vasic

Head of MF Dev't, European Athletics

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Matthe Vijverberg

Director, MetaSport

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Michael Patent

Co-Founder & President, Culture Group

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Michel Schrama

Marketing Manager, MYLAPS

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Michelle Taylor

Head of Global Sports Sponsorships, TCS

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Mike Coleman

CEO, Nexu Registration and Data Consulting

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Mike Nishi

Executive Vice President, Chicago Event Management

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Mohammed Iqbal

Founder and CEO, SweatWorks

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Nicholas Khoo

Chairman, SCOGA

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Oskar Feng

Founder & CEO, GESC

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Patrick McInerney

CMO, EnMotive

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Paul Dunn

Chairman, B1G1

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Paul Poole

MD, Paul Poole (South East Asia)

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Paul Sinton-Hewitt, CBE

Founder, parkrun

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Phillip Mah

GM, Keppel Offshore & Marine

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Ravi Krishnan

CEO & Co-Founder, Stepathlon

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Rich Harshbarger

CEO, Running USA

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Robert Anderson

Director, SweatWorks

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Sam Li

Head Intl Business Strategy, Sina Sports

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Sam Middlehurst

Co-Founder, The Music Run

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Sam Renouf

CEO, Motiv

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Sanchit Malik

Co-Founder, Townscript

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Sean Davidson

Head of Marketing & Communications, TCS APAC

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Sean Lau

Event Director, Mass Participation Asia

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Shannan Gove

Co-Founder, Rosterfy

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Shaun McEwan

Host

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Shayne Bannan

General Manager, GreenEDGE Cycling

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Su-Ann Heng

Host

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Taylor Host

Founder, Miro & Runner Tag

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Tim Hadzima

Exec Director, Abbott World Marathon Majors

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Toby Green

Vice President, ACTIVE Network

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Unmish Parthasarathi

Global Head Digital Sales, International Cricket Council

PROGRAM

Tentative MPA 2018 program below, subject to changes.

Registration

40mins

Conference Foyer

Chris Robb

Conference Welcome

10mins

Main Ballroom

Chris Robb

CEO, Mass Participation Asia

Lim Teck Yin

Official Opening

15mins

Main Ballroom

Lim Teck Yin

CEO, Sport Singapore

Paul Sinton-Hewitt, CBE

Engage, Evolve, Excel – Building the World’s Largest Community of Runners and Volunteers

Join Paul on a journey beginning from 2nd October 2004 where 13 people lined up for the first ever parkrun up to today where they find themselves as the "World's largest running movement" with over 4.5 million members and an average of 250,000 weekly participants. Paul will cover the highs and the lows while explaining how a social movement can successfully operate in a commercial world whilst maintaining a firm eye on its values and morals.

50mins

Main Ballroom

Paul Sinton-Hewitt, CBE

Founder, parkrun

Lizi Hamer

Story Hunting: How to Craft the Beauty of Sport, Humans and Marketing to Earn Attention

Storytelling is a powerful weapon. We know this. We’ve been told this for years. But are you telling the right stories to earn attention?

Story Hunting is the art of finding the stories that will unite your brand values with human values to spread the right message for your marketing.

Lizi Hamer, Regional Creative Director at Octagon, just scooped the Drum Awards for Innovation of the Year and Branded Content campaign of the year. The award-winning work she crafted told the story of a blind fan and his ability to show the world how to see football differently. Lizi leads a creative team to consistently deliver yearlong branded content campaigns for sport related clients. Together they have successfully launched brands on a budgets big and small and created campaigns that earned organic attention on a global scale.

Lizi will share the following over her session:

  • How to build an attention earning story for your brand
  • World class examples of sponsorship and engagement
  • Scalable ideas to build famous events and marketing

30mins

Main Ballroom

Lizi Hamer

Regional Creative Director, Octagon

Refreshment Break

15mins

Ballroom 2

AI Innovation: Know Your Runner

Personalization & Event CRM via Artificial Intelligence

With offices all over the US, EnMotive offers the only all-in-one registration, timing, photography & production service set on the market.  Over the past year, the EnMotive engineering team & Hong-Kong based AI startup Miro have been working together to build the mass participation industry’s first automated, AI-driven personalization platform.  Using cutting edge deep learning algorithms & EnMotive’s signature EnPhoto instant media service, the two teams are ready to lift up the hood on their system & show real results from recent events in the USA.

If you are interested in seeing how personalization can work to bump sponsorship value & deliver longer, lasting 1:1 relationships with your participants, you won’t want to miss this AI session.  Patrick McInerney, CMO of EnMotive, & Taylor Host, Founder of Miro, will take you through the magic behind their AI-powered event CRM.

Co-Presented By:

  • Patrick McInerney, CMO, EnMotive
  • Taylor Host, Founder, Miro and Runner Tag

20mins

Main Ballroom

Tim Hadzima

Leading and Growing a Community of Marathon Runners Around the Globe

Executive Director of the Abbott World Marathon Majors, Tim Hadzima will share the story of the creation and development of the Abbott World Marathon Majors. Delegates can look forward to:

- Looking at the growth of the six races and the importance of teamwork and knowledge transfer to ensure a bright future for the world’s best marathons

- The latest expansion of the brand, in partnership with Wanda, to launch the AbbottWMM Wanda Age Group World Rankings and World Championships

- Changing the offering of the brand and the impact it has directly on today’s global marathon runners

30mins

Main Ballroom

Tim Hadzima

Executive Director, Abbott World Marathon Majors

[Panel Discussion] Video Content and Fan Engagement

Panel Members

  • Elliot Renton, Senior Director & Head of APAC, Grabyo
  • Kunihito Morimura, President & CEO, Dentsu Sports Asia
  • Lorna Campbell, Head of Communications, Abbott World Marathon Majors
  • Sam Li, Head of International Business Strategy, Sina Sports

Moderator

  • Unmish Parthasarathi, Global Head of Digital Sales, International Cricket Council

40mins

Main Ballroom

Lunch Break

60mins

Ballroom 2

[Panel Discussion] The Gold Mine Under Your Feet – The Power of CRM to Keep You Talking to Your Existing Participants as You Chase After New Ones

Panel Members

  • Cameron Richards, CEO, CPR Vision Management
  • Jeffrey Foo, Managing Director, Infinitus
  • Mike Coleman, CEO, Nexu Registration & Data Consulting
  • Sam Middlehurst, Co-Founder, The Music Run

Moderator

  • Fiona Green, Director, Winners FDD

40mins

Main Ballroom

Rich Harshbarger

Asian Runner Survey Results

This segment highlights and summarizes insights found in the first-ever Global Runner Study, Asia, produced by Running USA and MPA.  Results include runner trends, intentions, attitudes towards events and more.

15mins

Main Ballroom

Rich Harshbarger

CEO, Running USA

Mohammed Iqbal

What is Measured is Managed

Analytics driven engagement and strategy has driven the growth of some of the most popular fitness brands in the market today. Gamification has played an integral role to aid in recruitment and retention.

In this session, SweatWorks’ Founder and CEO will uncover the science behind the growth of today’s most sought after brands including CrossFit, Strava, Samsung, Fitbit, SoulCycle, Spartan, and others - who have all helped get more people moving than any other time in the current fitness era. Each of these brands have addressed one or more key drivers of getting people to invest in their wellness that includes competition, measured progress, community support and lifestyle.

30mins

Main Ballroom

Mohammed Iqbal

Founder & CEO

Kristy Castleton

The Neuroscience of Engagement

In today’s world, it’s increasingly harder to engage with consumers. With the rise in addiction to smartphones, attention spans have have dropped dramatically to an average of 8 seconds for brand related pictures and 1.7 seconds for brand related copy. 

Kristy Castleton is the Founder of Rebel and Soul, a multi-award winning brand experience agency that applies a proprietary neuroscience methodology to the strategy and design of their experiences to create high impact brand memories.

During this session, Kristy will explain why our brains choose not to engage and what we, as marketers and events professionals, can do to change that. 

20mins

Main Ballroom

Kristy Castleton

Founder & MD, Rebel & Soul

Refreshment Break

15mins

Ballroom 2

MPA Innovation Showcase

An exciting segment where up to 5 innovations will be showcased in short 10-minute presentations - find out what's new and upcoming in the mass participation sport industry. Presenting organisations include:

  • MYLAPS
  • Pic2Go
  • Rosterfy
  • SweatWorks

50mins

Main Ballroom

Shayne Bannan

The Progressive Evolution of GreenEDGE Cycling: Building a Culture

30mins

Main Ballroom

Shayne Bannan

General Manager, GreenEDGE Cycling (Mitchelton-SCOTT)

[Panel Discussion] eSports – The Next Frontier

Panel Members

  • Michael Patent, Co-Founder & President, Culture Group
  • Nicholas Khoo, Chairman, SCOGA
  • Oskar Feng Founder & CEO, Global Electronic Sports Championships
  • Sean Lau, Event Director, Mass Participation Asia

Moderator

  • Unmish Parthasarathi, Global Head of Digital Sales, International Cricket Council

40mins

Main Ballroom

TCS Sports Sponsorships – A Global and Local View

Presented by Michelle Taylor (Head of Global Sports Sponsorships, TCS) & Sean Davidson (Head of Marketing and Communications, TCS APAC)

Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) is a leading IT services and consulting organization, with customers including many of the world’s largest brands in the retail, banking and financial services, insurance and healthcare, manufacturing, and telecom sectors, among others.

Our goal with sports sponsorships is to enhance sports experiences globally, reaffirming our position as a top technology leader and good corporate citizen.

Noting the increasing health problems that arise from sedentary lifestyles and stress, TCS has developed a global emphasis on fitness, supporting running programs and marathons to promote wellness and community development through sports.  TCS partners with the world’s leading races including the TCS New York City Marathon (Title Sponsor), Bank of America Chicago Marathon (Official Technology Partner), Boston Marathon (Official Technology Partner)  Virgin Money London Marathon (Official Technology Partner) , Standard Charter Singapore Marathon (Official Technology Partner), TCS Amsterdam Marathon (Title Sponsor), Tata Mumbai Marathon (Title Sponsor) and TCS Lidingöloppet (Title Sponsor) among others.

40mins

Main Ballroom

Inaugural MPA Innovation Award Presentation & Case Study

Witness the inaugural MPA Innovation Award presented to an outstanding organisation for shaking up the mass participation industry. The nominees are:

  • JustRunLah!
  • Miro
  • parkrun
  • Rosterfy
  • Two Lane

15mins

Main Ballroom

Chris Robb

Day 1 Wrap Up

5mins

Main Ballroom

Chris Robb

CEO, Mass Participation Asia

MYLAPS Networking Drinks

The perfect time to mingle and meet other delegates and speakers along with a couple of drinks. This session is proudly brought to you by MYLAPS.

2hrs

Ballroom 2 + Foyer

It’s More Than the Bike – The Evolution of Cycling and Triathlon Formats

Panel Members

  • Beth Hodge, Strategic Development Manager APAC, OC Sport
  • Elvin Ting, Director, Orange Room Singapore
  • Margaret Jin, Director of Strategic Development, Xingzhi Exploring Group
  • Matthe Vijverberg, Technical Director, MetaSport
Moderator
  • Chris Robb, Founder & CEO, Mass Participation Asia

35mins

Main Ballroom

Paul Dunn

From Passion to Profit

We all know it: the world is changing at a rate we never could have imagined. From 7,2716 tweets per second (yes, per second) to 72,000 YouTube complete videos watched per second.

Yet ……. business models remain the same.

And as a result, a staggering 84% of employees are what’s politely called ‘dis-engaged’. People are getting home at the end of the day asking ‘is that all there is?’

That’s a reason why, even in the conservative UK, 79 new businesses are being created every single hour of every single day (in Australia it’s 84/per hour).

So we need a new model; one that changes everything.

Paul calls it ‘The New Legacy Model’. And in this fast-paced, seriously on-point presentation, he delves deeply into it so that you leave with new strategies — strategies to differentiate, strategies to seriously connect, strategies to help you become a magnet for talent, strategies to engage more than ever before, and yes, strategies to help you grow your business more than ever before too.

40mins

Main Ballroom

Paul Dunn

Chairman, B1G1

Toby Green

Creating World Class Experiences in the Current Technical & Digital Age

In 2012 very few of us were buying many things on a mobile phone, many endurance races were adopting online registration for the first time, email marketing and traditional publishers were your primary advertisers, Facebook was still free to promote your brand on, obstacle course racing was about to explode, and the running & triathlon industry was going gang busters!

In the last 6 years technology, software, digital and data has moved so fast and wide that there is a tool to automate and improve everything, but in a flat & consolidating global endurance market how should you be using all of these tools to create incredible experiences whilst maintaining a profitable event business?

ACTIVE has provided technology and media solutions to over 12,000 event organizers in 50 countries worldwide for 20 years, including the Standard Chartered Singapore Marathon, and will share some of their thoughts on what good and bad looks like…. no matter the vendor you work with.

15mins

Main Ballroom

Toby Green

Vice President, ACTIVE Network

[Panel Discussion] Approvals and Funding Support: What Are the Keys to Engaging with Governments

Panel Members

  • Dave Tully, Race Director & COO, Asia Spartan Race
  • Eric Gottschalk, CEO, MMC Sportz Marketing
  • Lim Teck Yin, CEO, Sport Singapore
  • Paul Poole, Managing Director, Paul Poole (SEA)

Moderator

  • Phillip Mah, General Manager, Keppel Offshore & Marine

45mins

Main Ballroom

Refreshment Break

15mins

Ballroom 2

Marcel Altenburg

Crowd Science: The Mathematics Behind Mass Participation Events

This talk will give insights to how we assess and measure crowd movement. It will show the benefits of understanding crowd dynamics in order to mitigate risk or balance resources. The presentation will focus on one of the most dynamic events, the marathon, and will share the immense potential crowd science has for events, the quality and experience of the participants, as well as the business perspective of it. The MMU team also works with the UEFA Champions League, NCAA, United Nations, festivals and airports.

30mins

Main Ballroom

Marcel Altenburg

Senior Lecturer, Crowd Science, Manchester Metropolitan University

[Panel Discussion] How Has Innovation in Technology Helped Enhance Engagement and How Will It Evolve?

Panel Members

  • Michel Schrama, Marketing & Partnerships, MYLAPS Sports Timing
  • Mohammed Iqbal, Founder & CEO, SweatWorks
  • Sanchit Malik, Co-Founder, Townscript
  • Shannan Gove, Co-Founder, Rosterfy

Moderator

  • Sam Renouf, CEO, Motiv

30mins

Main Ballroom

Lunch Break

60mins

Ballroom 2

[Panel Discussion] Trends in Established Markets

Panel Members

  • Christine Bowen, Vice President of Programming, Operations & Partnerships, Running USA
  • Marko Vasic, Head of MF Development, European Athletics
  • Sam Renouf, CEO, Motiv

Moderator

  • James Robinson, Chief Commercial Officer, Limelight Sports

30mins

Main Ballroom

[Panel Discussion] Trends in Emerging Markets

Panel Members

  • Dennis Ng, Executive Director, Hong Kong Amateur Athletic Association
  • Joel Espinoza, General Manager, Protime Mexico
  • Sam Li, Head of International Business Strategy, Sina Sports

Moderator

  • Ravi Krishnan, CEO & Co-Founder, Stepathlon

30mins

Main Ballroom

[Panel Discussion] Standing Up for the Environment: How Can Our Industry Play Its Part in Driving Sustainability

Panel Members:

  • Alessio Punzi, Road Running Manager, IAAF
  • Gemma Marks, Account Director, Limelight Sports
  • Heng Li Seng, Founder, Green Nudge
Moderator:
  • Bronwyn Reid, Founder, Small Company, Big Business

30mins

Main Ballroom

Refreshment Break

15mins

Ballroom 2

Kate Christie

5 Reasons Why Mass Participation Sport Needs More Women. Now.

The increasing popularity of Mass Participation Events across Asia represents an enormous opportunity for Event Organisers, Government Agencies and Sponsors. However, on the gender front, how much are you leaving on the table? Kate Christie shares the 5 critical reasons why Event Organisers, Government Agencies and Sponsors need more female participants in Mass Participant sports and how to overcome the number 1 barrier that prevents female participation.

30mins

Main Ballroom

Kate Christie

CEO & Founder, Time Stylers

Chris Robb

[Panel Discussion] Engage, Evolve, Excel – The Key Issues

30mins

Main Ballroom

Chris Robb

CEO, Mass Participation Asia

Azran Osman-Rani

Closing Keynote: Breakthrough Mindsets for Breakthrough Performance

40mins

Main Ballroom

Azran Osman-Rani

CEO, Naluri

End of MPA 2018

Main Ballroom

Jana Wunderlich

[Workshop] People Centric Leadership to Create an Effective Workforce

People centric leadership is about balancing our drive to be efficient, which makes us outstanding event managers, with skills to lead our team effectively to achieve our event outcomes. People centric leadership adds an essential skill for event managers that will help engage your teams with less effort and achieve better outcomes. It is outcome focused and therefore highly effective. This workshop will help you to:

  • Increase productivity of your temporary workforce by more than 40%
  • Increase customer satisfaction by more than 18%
  • Decrease workforce turnover/ no shows by more than 14%
  • Save time and money long-term
  • Decrease risk

60mins

Vista 1

Jana Wunderlich

Co-Founder & Managing Director, Eventeamwork

Mike Coleman

[Workshop] Increase Participation and Sponsorship Dollars Using Your Event Data

Industry expert and former Running USA Board Vice President Mike Coleman, will dive into how an event can use their history and participant data to increase retention of participants year over year, while also growing overall participation. Mike will also show you how understanding your data and participant demographics will help your event appeal to organizations looking to sponsor events with demographics matching their own.

60mins

Vista 1

Mike Coleman

CEO, Nexu Registration and Data Consulting

Refreshment Break

15mins

Ballroom 2

[Workshop] A Crash Course for Event Entrepreneurs

Co-hosted by Andrew O'Loughlin (Experience Design & Researcher) & Sam Middlehurst (Co-Founder, The Music Run)

60mins

Vista 1

Lunch Break

60mins

Ballroom 2

[Workshop] Safety & Security

Co-hosted by Mike Nishi (Executive Vice President, Chicago Event Management) & Doug Flannery (Senior Director, New York Road Runners)

The sport of running, including marathons and other traditional distance events, provides a unique open access environment over the course of 26.2-plus miles. Event officials, participants, and spectators can face a variety of hazards including severe weather, civil unrest, criminal acts, and possibly even a terrorist attack.

To prepare for these various situations, event officials should consider maintaining a safety and security program, which could extend to a Continuity of Operations Plan (COOP). These programs are scalable and offer event officials a framework for responding to these types of incidents as well as identifying command and control. The presentation will focus on best practices in emergency and contingency planning that all events can incorporate into their planning efforts.

Program elements can include development of a plan that identifies/defines risk and threat assessment and mitigation planning, vulnerabilities, response actions, delegations of authority, templates for communicating during a response, and development of a training and testing program.

Open access mass participation sports are consistently challenged in an ever-evolving dynamic environment. Through increased planning, coordination, and fostered relationships between event organizers, public safety officials, emergency management, and other city/federal agency partners, threats and disruptions to events can be prevented while addressing identified vulnerabilities in a cost-effective implementation.

60mins

Vista 1

[Panel Discussion] Standing Up for the Environment: How Can Our Industry Play Its Part in Driving Sustainability

Panel Members:

  • Alessio Punzi, Road Running Manager, IAAF
  • Gemma Marks, Account Director, Limelight Sports
  • Heng Li Seng, Founder, Green Nudge
Moderator:
  • Bronwyn Reid, Founder, Small Company, Big Business

30mins

Main Ballroom

Refreshment Break

15mins

Ballroom 2

Kate Christie

5 Reasons Why Mass Participation Sport Needs More Women. Now.

The increasing popularity of Mass Participation Events across Asia represents an enormous opportunity for Event Organisers, Government Agencies and Sponsors. However, on the gender front, how much are you leaving on the table? Kate Christie shares the 5 critical reasons why Event Organisers, Government Agencies and Sponsors need more female participants in Mass Participant sports and how to overcome the number 1 barrier that prevents female participation.

30mins

Main Ballroom

Kate Christie

CEO & Founder, Time Stylers

Chris Robb

[Panel Discussion] Engage, Evolve, Excel – The Key Issues

30mins

Main Ballroom

Chris Robb

CEO, Mass Participation Asia

Azran Osman-Rani

Closing Keynote: Breakthrough Mindsets for Breakthrough Performance

40mins

Main Ballroom

Azran Osman-Rani

CEO, Naluri

End of MPA 2018

Main Ballroom

VENUE

Hilton Singapore

Ballroom · 581 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238883

ACCOMMODATION OPTIONS

Enjoy special discounted rates at the Hilton Singapore when you complete your delegate registration (a special link will be sent to your email for you to enjoy the discounted rates). Alternative hotel options within the vicinity as listed.

Hilton Singapore

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From S$280++
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Yotel Singapore

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From S$186++ (5-min walk to the Hilton)
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ZEN Rooms Stevens Road

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From S$116++ (5-min taxi to Hilton)
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CHARITY PARTNER

Water is an essential element at any mass participation event and a basic human necessity. With this in mind, MPA will donate a portion of delegate sales this year to help villagers in rural Cambodia gain access to clean, disease-free water. 

The provision of clean and hygienic water will help prevent water-borne illnesses and will allow the villagers to go to work or school without having to worry about provisions for medical treatments for common issues such as diarrhoea. Each registration provides a water filter for a household, giving the gift of safe drinking water, ongoing health, and financial security.

To find out more about the cause, visit our charity partner B1G1’s page. Sign up for the conference here.

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