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Your Industry – Your Show – Your Voice

Learning LIVE at SALTEX 2017 is set to explore and highlight the burning issues that really matter to the groundscare industry through a unique panel discussion entitled Your Industry, Your Show, Your Voice.

The panel discussion, which is part of SALTEX’s all-encompassing education programme – Learning LIVE, will take place on the first day of the show (1 November) at 10am in Seminar Theatre 1 and will be broadcasted on five large screens situated throughout the show floor.

In the build-up to the event, the industry is being encouraged to submit relevant questions or queries via an online form on the SALTEX website. talkSPORT’s Mark Saggers will then put the questions, randomly drawn on the day, to a panel of leading experts which include Geoff Webb (IOG), Alex Latto (BT Murrayfield), Dougie Robertson (West Ham United FC), Neil Stubley (AELTC Wimbledon), Stuart Kerrison (Essex CCC) and Adrian Kay (York Racecourse).

The session will provide a great opportunity to gain more clarification on topical issues surrounding the industry from several leading professional groundsmen representing a variety of different sports.

To put a question to the panel, simply fill in the online form at www.iogsaltex.com/your-industry-your-show-your-voice/

The form gives you the option to state your name or alternatively you can remain anonymous and simply pose the question.

SALTEX 2017 is free to attend. To register your attendance and beat the queues visit www.iogsaltex.com

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