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NMBM 2022 Sport Summit opens exhibition opportunities for industry players at the iconic Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium

Published: July 29, 2022

The Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality is calling on stakeholders within the sport fraternity in the City to come and showcase their goods and services during the 2022 NMB Sport Summit taking place from 4-5 August 2022 at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium.
The exhibition is aimed at giving a platform for engagement and sharing of information within the sporting industry to expose and boost the role players in their respective spaces.
Non-Profit Organisations involved in the sport development sector are invited to come and showcase what they offer and to connect with others within the industry. The opportunity is open to all sport federations, coaches, equipment manufacturers, retailers, clubs, event organisers, sport media owners, and just about all who are involved in Sport in Nelson Mandela Bay. The space is offered at no cost, but it is limited, and will be offered freely on a first come basis.
"The exhibition is an exciting element to this year’s exhibition, and we want the exhibitors to know about it and come forward and showcase what they do. There is no money charged for them to showcase their work, we want to create an environment where they showcase sport and recreational work through the exhibition,” said NMBM Acting Executive Director, Sport, Recreation, Arts and Culture, Charmaine Williams.
Exhibitor enquiries can be forwarded to
Bookings close on 1 August 2022 as limited space is available.
Issued by the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality Communications Office.

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