Sport Industry Lecture 2007 - David Cameron

4th April 2007

The Sport Industry Group is delighted to announce that David Cameron, Leader of the Conservative Party, is to make the Sport Industry Lecture 2007, outlining for the very first time his vision for sport.

In an exclusive address in London on the evening of the 22nd May, Cameron will reveal to the hierarchy of the sport business industry his views on a host of topical issues. With sport and the delivery of the London 2012 Olympics sure to be one of the primary voting battlefields at the General Election, Cameron’s revelations will provide a unique insight into the Conservative Party’s emerging thinking on this crucial subject.

Cameron was elected Leader of the Conservative Party on 6th December 2005, succeeding Michael Howard as Leader of the Opposition. Among the previous political roles that the 40-year old Cameron has held during his career are Shadow Secretary of State for Education and Deputy Chairman of the Conservative Party.

Nestled in the heart of London’s legal district, the elegant rooms of the Law Society provide the perfect backdrop for the second of the prestigious Lectures from the Sport Industry Group.

The exclusive event opens with an intimate Champagne Reception, where you and your guests can network with the select guests, before moving through to dinner. David will then deliver his lecture over a three-course dinner after which there will be an open forum, inviting you to put forward your own questions to the Tory leader.

David Cameron is the second figurehead to give the annual Sport Industry Lecture, following in the footsteps of Lord Sebastian Coe, Chairman of London 2012, who gave the inaugural address.