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IMD hosts prestigious equestrian forum

The International Federation for Equestrian Sports annual event to take place on campus
April 2017

This April for the sixth consecutive year, the International Federation for Equestrian Sports Forum will be held on IMD’s campus in Lausanne.

The event will include an introduction by IMD Professor and Dean of External Relations Dominique Turpin and consists of two days of focused discussions and panels on the latest issues in Equestrian sports.

According to Sabrina Ibàñez, the FEI Secretary-General, and Ingmar De Vos, the organization’s President, “the Forum has become an essential tool in our decision making process and an important platform for dialogue and consultation with the community”.

All the sessions will be streamed live on inside.fei.org and the FEI YouTube channel.

More information on the event can be found here: http://inside.fei.org/fei/about-fei/sportsforum

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