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Rugby Expo kicks off its partnership with Wasps as the Ricoh Arena hosts the largest gathering of decision makers in club rugby

Representatives include Premiership Rugby, all Premiership clubs, Pro 12 clubs, the Championship, the RFL and Super League clubs, the home nation Unions, the RPA, the ARA, World Rugby as well as agencies, brands, broadcasters, key suppliers in the sport alongside more than 400 attendees from community clubs across the UK.

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Club rugby gathers at Rugby Expo 2016

Taking place on Thursday 3 – Friday 4 November 2016, the event will host more than 40 rugby-focused exhibitors, an extensive list of industry-wide hard-hitting speakers and a targeted 800 attendees comprising representatives from professional and grass roots clubs, unions, federations, leagues, rights holders, brands, suppliers, service providers, media, marketing and sponsorship agents and many more.

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Day One – the professional game
The first day of Rugby Expo is designed for those involved in the professional game of both rugby union and league. The event provides a unique chance to meet, network and attend a series of key note presentations and panel discussions from leading speakers that this year include the CEOs from Saracens, Wasps, Newport, Glasgow, St. Helens, Premiership Rugby, as well as leading figures from World Rugby, Microsoft, Tickets.com and Sky Sports and a number of professional players including twice ‘Man of Steel’ Paul Sculthorpe.

Day Two – the community game

The second day of Rugby Expo is designed for volunteers from community clubs to attend the event free of charge. Delegates can attend seminars, workshops and interactive panel discussions designed to be support the issues affecting community clubs.  This year’s content focuses on the changes in age grade rugby, strategies to support clubs retain younger players, how to integrate players from school to club rugby, the growth in women’s and girls rugby, the introduction of the RFU’s new funded artificial grass pitches programme and player welfare.

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