UK and International major sports events organisations will be sending senior representatives to Liverpool in June to share their plans, opportunities and challenges with commercial companies and learn from suppliers about what they can offer to help deliver their iconic events being planned out to 2024.

Over 27– 28 June, Major Events International (MEI) will be delivering a multi-sector, business of sport Summit as part of the International Business Festival.

The event will include representatives from the Pan American Games, Cricket and Rugby League World Cups, Invictus Games and other competition organisers at Olympic Games level.

All of these agencies have key roles in shaping procurement for technology and fan engagement, temporary overlay, safety and security and a wide range of event services – all of which are key themes of the MEI Summit.

Attendees will also benefit from input made by senior representatives from the recent Rio 2016 Olympics, Commonwealth Games Gold Coast and European Games in Baku.

With UK hosting the Cricket World Cup 2019, Rugby League World Cup 2021, the Commonwealth Games 2022, and with significant investment in UK Venues and over 700 UK annual festivals, there will be plenty of content for those who are also interested in UK opportunities.

Networking is encouraged at the event, and there will be commercial companies attending looking for partners from Australia, USA, Brazil, Japan, China and India where significant events and growth in sport is catching the attention of a world-wide audience.

The format focuses on identifying opportunities, collaborative relationships and knowledge exchange through workshops, panels and an opportunity to interact socially as part of an Awards Dinner at Liverpool Football Club.

There are only a few days left to register your interest in attending this invitation only event of 120 attendees.

Call the MEI team on +44 (0) 20 7073 2661, or send an email to . For more information, visit the MEI Summit website at or the International Business Festival at