Full Agenda For Motor Sport Business Forum North America This December in Orlando
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ORLANDO, Fla. (September 10, 2009) - The inaugural Motor Sport Business Forum-North America (MSBF-NA) will feature a two-day agenda of insightful presentations, idea-filled panel discussions, unprecedented keynote speakers, high-level networking and more when the international event takes place at the Orlando Hilton, December 8 - 9.



With well over two dozen speakers already confirmed, MSBF-NA organizers unveiled today the initial agenda for the two-day forum, which will be held in North America for the first time. The packed two-day agenda includes eight featured panel discussions, a keynote luncheon address each day, scheduled exhibition times, networking sessions and much more.



The speakers and presenters confirmed for Orlando is an A-list gathering of management representatives from leading teams, sponsors, championship promoters, governing bodies and industry executives. High-level representation from recognized and relevant sports, marketing and entertainment organizations from beyond motor sport will also be included in the packed two-day agenda, which includes the following panels and presentations:



State of North American Motorsports - Presidents and top marketing officers from leading governing bodies such as NASCAR, NHRA, IRL, Grand-Am, ALMS and Dorna will discuss and review the business of top level motor sport in North America.



North American Media - Delivering Motorsports to the Mass Market - Top level executives from premier media outlets the caliber of SportVision will focus on the important and ever changing role of major media in motor sport.



Team Ownership in Changing Times - A global gathering of top owners and executives from NASCAR, Formula One, IRL and sports car racing as well key representatives from Ford Motorsports U.S. will discuss the challenges and opportunities of team ownership in today's world. Team principals and owners from Hendrick Motorsports, Andretti Green Racing and Red Bull Racing have already been confirmed.



Building "The Show" - Event Promoters - An international panel of the industry's top event and sanctioning body executives will discuss the challenges and benefits of their business while also sharing strategies and tactics for successful motor sport events. Top-level speakers from International Speedway Corporation (ISC), the Grand Prix Association of Long Beach and the Bahrain International Circuit have been confirmed with more to follow.
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