Surf Park Central is proud to announce the first ever virtual Surf Park Summit, happening October 1st and 2nd 2020, streamed live with exclusive insights and perspectives from surf park industry leaders, operators, wave technology companies, investors, and other highly relevant partners and industry stakeholders.
The Summit is an exclusive conference and thought leadership series on surf parks that features the leading stakeholders in the industry, including many of the leading wave technology companies, early stage project teams, key suppliers, and even legislators who help to make surf parks possible.
Confirmed speakers include leaders from Whitewater, Wavegarden, UNIT Surf Pools, Palm Springs Surf Club, URBN surf, and many more.
While Covid-19 has changed a few things, the surf park industry continues to grow and thrive despite the pandemic. Many existing surf park facilities have designed safe reopening protocols, and will share such insights at the 2020 Summit.
Why attend? The Surf Park industry is currently exploding around the world, with dozens of developments in various stages of completion, including projects in the United States, Australia, South America, and Europe. Plenty more projects are in the planning stages of the pipeline.
Surf Park Summit 2020 has the most comprehensive lineup of Surf Park Industry heavyweights to ever be assembled in one place.
You can request your invite here and your application will be processed. If approved will receive an email to purchase registration access.
For all existing ticket holders and sponsors, great news is that your existing registrations qualify you for BOTH the 2020 and Spring 2021 Summits, which the team hopes can include an in-person component, per usual, in San Diego. Even if pandemic conditions persist, the team will certainly be running the event online as well.
The team is also happy to share that, for the first time, the Summit will offer a student discount for any active college or graduate students to attend summit at a deep discount. Reach out to learn more here.
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