With the sector energised for the New Year, the 2020 Keepme Ignite Fitness Business Summit has been designed to shift owners’ and operators’ business success into “a whole new gear”.
Being held on Friday 21st February @ Citadines on Bourke Melbourne, the Summit is the fitness industry’s major event of the year and will see delegates schooled in making more sales, winning the retention war, excel in social media marketing, and create a thriving, high-performance team.
Mel Tempest, founder and organiser of the Ignite Fitness movement explains “with keynote speakers including Steve Jensen, Greg Sellar, Ian Mullane, Liam Robertson, Owen Bowling, Michelle Furniss, Sam Merza, the Velocity Legal team and Nadine Kemp, you’re bound to leave feeling impressed, inspired, and empowered by the proven tips, techniques, strategies and secrets that these industry specialists will share.
“If you’re ready to accelerate the performance of your business and ignite the passion among your team, then secure your ticket before spaces sell out.”
Fitness Legal Panel a first for the industry
The team from Velocity Legal will be presenting a first for the industry, covering how business owners need to be protecting themselves and their business with strong policy and procedures in place to provide a safe and structured working environment for their teams.
This session will explain the need to understand the difference between a contractor and an employee, taxation, franchising, contracts, trademarks, starting and selling a business, how to hire and move on, social media, and financial obligations.
With the Velocity Legal team specialising in the fitness business industry, the Fitness law panel will be joined by Edwina Griffin who specialises in conflict resolution in the workplace.
AI membership retention tool Keepme is the principal sponsor of the event.
Click here for more information on the Keepme Ignite Fitness Business Summit in the Australasian Leisure Management industry Calendar.
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5th December 2019 – Keepme appoints territory managers for Australia, USA and Spain
26th August 2019 – Female leaders gather for Ignite Women’s Fitness Business event
29th July 2019 – AI tool dramatically improves fitness club membership retention
3rd July 2019 – IGNITE Fitness presents new era of business and professional development events
1st May 2019 – Fitness Finance Australia partners with Ignite Fitness Sydney to promote business funding options
22nd April 2019 – Ignite Fitness event concept expands to Sydney
6th March 2019 – Ignite Fitness host partners with FitnessSG’s ExPRO event
18th February 2019 – Innovative summit set to ‘Ignite’ Australia’s fitness industry
6th February 2019 – Ballarat Body and Soul to become part of Genesis Health and Fitness chain
17th December 2018 – Presenters announced and registrations open for Australia’s Ignite Fitness 2019
25th October 2018 – Fitness entrepreneur and ‘contrarian’ Mel Tempest receives special industry communication and marketing award
27th September 2018 – FITREC names Mel Tempest as Global Ambassador
28th February 2018 – Fitness Australia to host webinar on ‘sham’ contracting
3rd January 2018 – Fair Work Commission considers Fitness Industry Award penalty rate rises
19th November 2017 – Ballarat Body & Soul Health & Fitness Studio gets national recognition for business excellence
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