Apr 18, 2013

Two weeks to go

There are just two weeks to go until the best work from across the sport industry is rewarded at the sector’s flagship event, the BT Sport Industry Awards 2013.

Now celebrating its 12th year, the event on May 2 at Battersea Evolution in London is uniquely placed within the heart of the most diverse and exciting industry in the UK. 

The BT Sport Industry Awards recognises and celebrates the work off the field, away from the track and behind the scenes, with the best of marketing, PR, sponsorship, talent management, advertising, community investment and branding given their rightful time in the spotlight. 

Over the years the event has attracted stars including David Beckham, Sebastian Coe, Alex Ferguson, Fabio Capello, Sir Bobby Charlton, Jenson Button, Dame Kelly Holmes, Alan Shearer, Ricky Hatton, Kerri-Anne Payne, Andrew Strauss, Kevin Pietersen, Petr Cech, Jack Wilshere, Thierry Henry, Frank Lampard, Keith Lemon, Haile Gebrselassie, Michael Johnson, Jamie Oliver, James Anderson, Amir Khan, Tom Daley and Ben Ainslie. 

2013 saw a record number of entries received, with competition for this year’s awards unprecedented among the industry and the quality higher than ever before.

While nearly at capacity, there are still a limited number of tables available, so make sure you don’t miss out on the star studded ceremony celebrating the best of this incredible year.

You can book here:

Not been before? Check out the BT Sport Industry Awards highlights video - A Night To Remember - at Sport Industry TV:

The Official Partners of the BT Sport Industry Awards 2013 are Barclays, Deloitte and Eurosport.

For more information on the event visit



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