Zurich Youth and Children's Seminar 2009

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Group 1: Sponsoring: [http://wiki.fisski.com/images/8_Y%26C_Seminar_Working_group_III.pdf] Group 1: Sponsoring: [http://wiki.fisski.com/images/8_Y%26C_Seminar_Working_group_III.pdf]
-Group 2: Competition:+Group 2: Competition: [http://wiki.fisski.com/images/8_Y%26C_Seminar_Working_group_I.pdf]
Group II: Resorts: [http://wiki.fisski.com/images/8_Y%26C_Seminar_Working_group_II.pdf] Group II: Resorts: [http://wiki.fisski.com/images/8_Y%26C_Seminar_Working_group_II.pdf]

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The 7th FIS Youth and Children's Seminar 2009 will again take place at the Hotel Hilton Zurich Airport (SUI) beginning on Wednesday 23rd September 2009.

Entitled 'Financing youth sports through sponsoring,' the seminar will feature high level keynote presentations along with several case studies focused on retaining children and young athletes on snow. Afternoon working groups will allow more in-depth discussion and exchange of experiences among the 50+ participants.


Program

The seminar program can be found here [1]

Presentations

'1. Jean-Baptiste Felten, "Sponsoring, miracle instrument to finance ski sport for children and youngsters? can be found here [2]

2. "Target group youth and children for Sponsors and Rivella" by , can be found here [3]

3. "The role of the skis school" by Lotte Nogler, [4]

4. "The efforts of the Swiss cable cars" [5] by Fulvio Sartori

5. How we can retain our athletes on snow - the Canadian model by Colin Chedore, can soon be found here:

6. How does the ski industry contribute to youth advancement? by Stephane Cattin, Can be found here (only in German): [6]

7. Update "Bring Children to the Snow", By Riikka Rakic, [7]

Working Groups

Group 1: Sponsoring: [8]

Group 2: Competition: [9]

Group II: Resorts: [10]

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