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Sport and Sustainability International (SandSI) Congress in Paris 

On May 23th, Sport Interface’s team attended the inaugural Sport and Sustainability International (SandSI) Congress at INSEP, Paris. More than hundred participants from 30 countries attended the event, representing a large diversity of stakeholders :  IOC, European and national federations, eco-consultancies, event agencies and broadcasters to name few. Neil Beecroft, SandSI’s President, Former UEFA sustainability […]

Stakeholder Strategy and Networking Dynamics, avec Luc Vandeputte

Luc Vandeputte a animé un cours « Stakeholder Strategy and Networking Dynamics » à AMOS Sport Business School à Paris. Une quinzaine de jeunes (22-30 ans) suivent un International Sport Business Master avec l’ambition de prendre des positons clé dans le secteur économique du sport. AMOS Sport Business School se distingue par des formules originales, centrées sur […]

Strategic development of sport facilities in Northern Nivelles

BWPromo, a rising real estate developer in Wallonia Region, committed Sport Interface for their expertise in sport facilities. They are currently building a residential area in Petit Baulers (Nothern Nivelles) which contains residential, commercial, working and sport facilities. They are looking to optimize the choice of future sport facilities. Sport Interface came in with a […]

Circular economy and sport facility development

In 2014, Sport Interface partenered with ICCE asbl (Implementation Center for Circular Economy). ICCE has been created by Lateral Thinking Factory to promote circular economy implementation in facilities development. Supported by the Secretary of State in charge of sports facilities of Brussels Region ICCE ans Sport Interface studied innovative development of sport infrastructures. Thanks to […]