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DOSB's Top Units to Meet in Hamburg

From 5-6 June, representatives from 34 Olympic and 28 non-Olympic national associations of Germany's national Olympic committee DOSB are to meet in the Elbe metropolis

Hamburg is ready for the Olympics. Thus, the Hamburg Convention Bureau (HCB) has expanded its activities in accordance with Hamburg’s application as host city and now also focuses on the acquisition of sports-related conferences, conventions, and meetings. HCB successfully arranged the short-term provision of meeting rooms and hotel rooms for the conference of 34 Olympic and 28 non-Olympic national associations of Germany’s national Olympic committee DOSB in Hamburg. The first day of the conference will be held at the Radisson Blu Hotel at Hamburg Airport. On the second day, the delegates will be welcomed at city hall by Michael Neumann, Hamburg Minister of the Interior and Sport.

Orientation and Role

Held twice a year days, the conference comprises some 100 representatives from 34 Olympic and 28 non-Olympic umbrella organisations. This years topics included, inter alia,, the future-oriented alignment of the sport and the role of sports federations in society. Against the background of Hamburg’s Olympic bid, stimulating discussions are being expected.

Positive Signs for the City

Thorsten Kausch, managing director of the Hamburg Convention Bureau GmbH and Hamburg Marketing GmbH, welcomes the focus of the summit in Hamburg: “We are delighted that we could make it possible to bring the conference of DOSB’s national associations to Hamburg. It is a very positive sign that four our city as official host city candidate of the Summer Olympics 2024 to host such a high profile conference.”

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About the Hamburg Convention Bureau

The Hamburg Convention Bureau (HCB) is a 100 per cent subsidiary of the Hamburg Marketing GmbH (HCB). Headed by managing director Thorsten Kausch, aims to promote networking in the fields of B2B (Business to Business) and B2C (Business to Consumer) and to provide support to new events.

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