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Outdoor North Wales Forum 2013 03/02/2013

Now in its third year, the Outdoor North Wales Forum has established itself as a popular event in the outdoor sector calendar. Held at the Glasdir Conference Centre in Llanwrst the diverse line-up of speakers clearly demonstrates the 'broad church' that makes up the sector.   

Organised by Walking North Wales and the Tourism Partnership North Wales (TPNW), the conference agenda can be viewed here and is free to attend.

This year's keynote speaker is Google's renowned geospatial technologist and self-confessed maps geek, Ed Parsons. Mapping technology is also to the fore with Paul Sandham (Geosho) discussing the geosocial community and mapping outdoor activities.

Rory Fegan from the brand and design agency, Pearlfisher, will be launching the new branding they've developed for the outdoor sector in north Wales.

Delegates can expect no shortage of inspiration and ideas with speakers that include Rhys Davies, from the very successful Outlook Expeditions, and Gabby Dicknson (Gone Swimming) and Dr Rebecca Williams (Smart Climbing), who run smaller 'niche' businesses. It'll also be a chance to hear from Tim Jones what the new environmental body, Natural Resources Wales, will be doing for the outdoor sector.

You can find out more about all the conference speakers here. The day starts at 10.00 a.m with the programme finishing at 4.00 p.m. There is a limit on the number of places available so registration is required either by emailing register@outdoornorthwalesforum.co.uk or calling 01758 760652.

Topic: Outdoor Wales Forum 2013, Outdoor Sector in Wales, Adventure Tourism.

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