Legaci101, a Sports Events and Marketing Consortium that specialises in the creation and management of sports contents and sporting events will organize the first ever sports E-Conference dubbed “The Sports Conference”.

The Conference dubbed “Managing and Promoting Sports in Africa under Covid”, is scheduled for Wednesday March 3, 2021 on Zoom at 1:00pm GMT.

It is expected to outline winning strategies to play sports, packaging sports brands and sports sponsorship.

The speakers for the E-Conference have been drawn from the best experts in the various areas to take participants through an unforgettable and impactful sports management skill. Participants include athletes, coaches, administrators, federation heads, sports directors and marketing managers across Africa.

Mr. Charles Osei Asibey, the Chief Executive Officer of Legaci101 Ltd said “our institution is involved in sports development and promotion and The Sports Conference is aimed at finding solutions to how sports can be played, packaged and promoted in Africa in these challenging times”.

He said the effects of the Coronavirus pandemic was more devastating in Africa where almost all sporting activities were currently at a standstill with no end in sight.

The maiden Sports Conference via webinar is a continental event targeted at over 300 participants.

Legaci101 Ltd offers a range of services from sports marketing, events and sponsorship management, marketing strategy, planning and training.

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