Surf Park Summit announces dates for 2023 San Diego conference
The surf park industry’s leading global event will be returning for another year with the announcement that it will be held from 19th and 20th September at the Scripps Seaside Forum in San Diego, USA.
Set to again provide another unmatched networking event with a focus on expert discussions that help shape and define the future of surfing outside the ocean, this year’s Summit is offering a new early bird registration of only US$1800 through to 31st March which provides full access to their general two-day admission.
Commenting on the early-bird offer, Surf Park Central Chief Executive, Jessica Mahoney advised “that’s a savings of US$700 if you register now versus waiting until August to sign-up.
“Our goal this year is to provide year-round connections and resources people need to enhance their business opportunities. When guests register and sign up for our Insiders program, they not only receive an additional discount to the Summit, they have access to the data and learnings from years of accumulated knowledge and best practices across the industry.”
New to the Summit in 2023 is a dedicated Developer Track Series, a curated day of sessions targeted for developers and investors which will focus on bringing more construction, designing and other developer-related businesses into the surf park space as a means to move the industry forward.
The Developers Track Series provides the information needed for owners, investors and developers to more efficiently and effectively succeed with their surf park development and is only open to qualified attendees to show that they are actively involved in surf park development.
For those looking to showcase their services and products to the emerging surf park industry, there are limited sponsorship opportunities for organizations to get their company front and centre in this emerging industry.
The event is anchored with expert panels and unmatched networking that helps deals get done and advances the future of surfing outside the ocean. Industry leaders include founders and chief executives of surf parks and wave technology leaders like URBNSURF, Wavegarden, Endless Surf, Surf Lakes and more.
Aaron Trevis, founder and Chief Executive of Queensland-based Surf Lakes noted “you want to come (to the Summit) to connect with suppliers, investors and other developers, and that is exactly what happened.
“We’ve been really pleased with the connections we’ve made. We’ve got now a number of projects and licensees in America, so they’ve come along as well, and they’re really pleased with the whole thing.”
Dozens of new surf projects are underway in 2023, with a handful expected to open this year, bringing surf parks and the human-made wave industry even more into the mainstream.
Surf Park Summit is sponsored by Surf Park Central.
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Image credit: Surf Lakes.
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