The CMAE European Conference will take place next week with the highest ever attendance record for the event with over 150 delegates registered representing 28 countries across the globe.

The virtual event will place over three days from the 30th November to the 2nd December 2020. With 14 educational seminars and 6 workshops taking place over the three days, delegates will benefit from a highly relevant and impactful education programme.

The conference will feature five keynote speakers, which include GGA Partners Rob Hill where he will suggest metrics for measuring leadership success in 2020 and beyond, Arnaldo Cocuzza CCM will talk about his fascinating story from being a successful club manager in Italy and President of CMAE, to then losing his job and starting his new life in the USA, plus Andre Van Hall, who uses his own experiences of going blind, losing his job and getting cancer to inspire people to influence change and not be afraid of it and Vincent Phipps, The Attitude Amplifier due to his high energy, content rich material, and interactive presentation style.

The world's premiere futurist, innovation strategist, and inspirational keynote speaker Vito di Bari was also confirmed recently on the programme. He is the only keynote speaker who has given a TEDx Talk in five world continents

Ryder Cup Captain and World Hall of Famer José María Olazábal is also confirmed as a speaker and will share some stories from the past but most importantly talk about his thoughts about the future of golf and the golf clubs.

In addition, The R&A Chief Executive Martin Slumbers, will open the conference with CMAE President James Burns and CMAA President Mark Bado.

Commenting was CMAE’s Director of Education Torbjorn Johansson. “we couldn’t be more delighted by the response to our first ever virtual conference. We have engaged an impressive line up of professional speakers which include 11 of our CCM’s who are all eager to share their knowledge and expertise with the delegates. There is a real thirst for quality education right now but also for the togetherness after a tough year for our industry and we look forward to seeing the Tribe together again next week”