The Chief Executive of the 2010 Fifa World Cup Organizing Committee Danny Jordaan will deliever at speech at the African Football Executive Summit which takes place in Accra between 26-27 May.
Jordaan, a South African sports administrator, former lecturer, politician and anti-apartheid activist, played a leading role in the 2010 Fifa World Cup in South Africa.
He has also served on the marketing and television board of Fifa since 1998 and also worked for Fifa as a General Co-ordinator for the Youth World Cup, 2001 FIFA Confederations Cup, and the 2002 Fifa World Cup in Korea/Japan.
The Accra summit, the first of its kind in Africa is themed “21st Century Marketing, Branding and Leadership Strategies for the Development of Football on the African Continent”.
It is expected to be a convergence of high profile global football and business executives, and would serve as an interface between sports administrators, business executives, and representatives from successful football clubs across the world.
As a platform for sharing success stories and football management paradigms, the summit is also expected to offer the stimuli for marketing, and leadership strategies for the advancement of football administration and development of the game.
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