CIMSPA strengthens relationships with Scottish Leisure Network Group

Scottish Leisure Network Group


The SLNG is a not-for-profit voluntary organisation staffed by members from leisure trust organisations and brings together local authority providers to share best practice and experience. CIMSPA is building a positive relationship with SLNG with mutual respect and understanding of the importance of one another's role within the sector.

Sharing a desire to guide, shape and share best practice, CIMSPA’s Director of Strategy, Spencer Moore, will be drawing together his 20 plus years in senior leadership sector positions to present on the future of CIMSPA in Scotland and how it will impact leisure.

The SLNG event will also present John Leaver, Head of Marketing at TA6 to discuss marketing to the modern leisure consumer.

Susie Benson, the recently appointed CIMSPA and sportscotland partnership executive, will also be in attendance to continue to build partnerships with Scottish leisure operators.

The SLNG will be running several other regional seminars throughout 2020, an AGM and an annual conference. Each regional meeting will provide the opportunity for members to come and hear the latest industry news and attend workshops delivered by leading sector vendors.

Future events for SLNG include:

Annual general meeting

Thursday 14 May, Glasgow
The SLNG AGM will present three speakers at their General Meeting on Thursday 14 May

David Stalker: David has a resume that many would envy encompassing many leading Health and Fitness organisations in the roles of CEO for ukactive, Chairman for CIMSPA, CEO for Oxygen Free-jumping and his present position of CEO for MyZone.

David Minton: Director for The Leisure Database Company for the last 20 years, he has his finger on the pulse of what’s happening in the Health and Fitness sector for the last 20 years and what is still to come.

Jean-Claude Vacassin: Founder of W10 Fitness and IFBA (International Fitness Business Alliance) working with independent gym owners and health club operators helping them maximise revenue through systems and services.

Regional seminars

North: Thursday 11 June
Central West: Thursday 27 August
South: Thursday 1 October

Annual conference

Thursday 12 - Friday 13 November, Address to be confirmed

To find out more please visit the SLNG website or like and follow SLNG on Linkedin and Facebook.

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