Actually that’s a misleading title – there’s no way I could personally tell you what you missed because with 35 individual events each of the two days, I didn’t get close to seeing half of it!
From the networking events (always with copious food….sometimes with cocktails and beer!) to the behind-the-scenes
This article was written for FUTURESPORT where it first appeared on 25 June 2015.
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