Acting today for an active tomorrow

This is one of the presentations at the conference Enterprise and Collaboration – The way forward for community sport and physical activity in Wales.

This is a one-day event focussing on how Welsh community sports providers can meet the challenges and benefit from new opportunities created by changes in people’s lives, the political landscape and the economic situation.

The conference is held on 26thJune 2014 at SWALEC Stadium, Sophia Gardens, Cardiff

The presentation will be delivered by Helen Humphrey, Chair, Sport Wales Advisory Group

In early 2013 Sport Wales appointed an Advisory Group made up of leading figures from business, public sector, education and sport to help to identify the long-term changes required toinfluencesport’s appeal amongst the less active.

To help with this challenge the Advisory Group has commissioned a research and insight company to outline the landscape of Welsh life in 2026 and beyond. This report will allow the sport sector to take decisive action to respond in advance of future demands, taking advantage of anticipated trends to transform, grow and develop sport and physical activity to help achieve the goals set out in theVision for Sport in Wales and the Community Sport Strategy.

The report ‘Acting Today for an Active Tomorrow’ will be published by the Advisory Group later in 2014, and Helen will discuss the scope, projected outcomes, and how you can use the report to help develop your sector.

Helen Humphrey is a former Vice President of at McDonalds Restaurants where she progressed from a 16 year old Crew Member to Executive Board Member responsible for National Operations of the UK’s 1300 restaurants. Helen now spends her helping to improve the lives and aspirations of young and socially disadvantaged individuals. 

For further details contact or call 01423 326 660.


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