The National Symposium powered by Fitness Australia focuses on consumer trends and perspectives, and aims to inspire, connect and celebrate health and fitness. And it seems that brands in and around the fitness industry share these goals.
Fitness Australia’s CEO Lauretta Stace says “The 2015 National Symposium is attracting the support of a broad range of brands and services including Precor, MYZONE, NSF Super, Physio Control, Fitness & Health Expo, SAGE Institute of Fitness and FITMedia.”
“A robust event means providing a broad range of expertise and these Symposium partners are here to support our goals. Beyond being vocal supporters of our national event, they all have another thing in common, which is to see the fitness industry build on its quality services and capabilities,” says Lauretta.
“If we can connect with each other and other like-minded industries we can develop more innovative and effective methods to engage sedentary Australians into active healthy lifestyles. That’s what we are passionate about at MYZONE and why we support the fitness industry,” says Michael Jordan of MYZONE, Fitness Australia Board Member and Symposium business panel facilitator.
Richard Derbyshire of PRECOR says “We’re committed to supporting education and knowledge sharing, and the Fitness Australia Symposium is a fantastic example of this.”
Also featuring on the Business Panel at the Symposium Workshop is NSF Super. CEO Ian Morante says “despite coming from very different backgrounds, there are many similarities between the objectives of Fitness Australia and NSF Super, in wanting to help employers by building strong relationships and delivering quality support and expertise.” The business panel discussions will cover all-things about consumer spending patterns and behaviour.
Michael Henry, Director of FITMedia says “every successful industry needs a central point that encourages growth and helps build a stable future for the various culture(s) within its reach. FITMedia has always seen its role as providing a platform for sharing knowledge and ideas that can bring about growth for the industry.”
Physio Control, Fitness & Health Expo and SAGE Institute of Fitness also support the objectives of the Symposium.
The inaugural symposium event, 30-31 October 2015 on the Gold Coast QLD, is designed to inspire industry professionals and businesses through exciting and relevant workshops, including motivating speakers like Dominic Thurbon of ChangeLabs and Adam Franklin of Bluewire Media.
Dominic has worked extensively in the areas of behaviour and generational change, innovation and collaboration with clients around the world including Apple, IBM, Johnson & Johnson, the Commonwealth Bank and Lexus.
For the full event program visit nationalsymposium.fitness.org.au