December 11 - 12, 2013 | New York City

Event Venue: The New York Marriott Marquis, Times Square


Examining the Business of College Sports

IAF App is Now Available!

IMG Intercollegiate Athletics Forum Event App is Now Live!

Our mobile app for the IMG Intercollegiate Athletics Forum is ready to download on your iPhone, iPad, or Android!

There are three easy ways to download:

1) Scan the Event App QR Code:
     
2) Visit www.SBJapps.com

3) Search:  ‘Intercollegiate Athletics Forum’ in the iTunes App Store or Google Play Store


Please note:
After the download is complete, you will be asked to create your "CrowdCompass" login or to use the app as a "guest".  By creating a login you will receive full conference app access including the opportunity to network to other attendees throughout the program.

 

Be sure to check your “notifications” for messages and connection requests from other attendees.

Conference Overview

The 12th annual IMG Intercollegiate Athletics Forum is the one program that 'year-in and year-out' serves as a platform for stakeholders to openly examine and candidly debate the numerous and complex issues surrounding college sports.

A "must attend" event since 2002 for anyone involved in the business of college sports, the IMG Intercollegiate Athletics Forum provides an "insider's view" by offering firsthand insights from those directly shaping the future of intercollegiate athletics -- athletic directors, university presidents, conference commissioners, coaches, academic advisers, media and corporate sponsors.

Through a series of in-depth case studies, roundtable discussions and featured interviews, the program explores the growth areas and emerging trends in intercollegiate athletics, while continuing the "how-to" dialogue for managing the day-to-day business of college sports.

In addition to the conference content, attendees will have ample opportunity to network with industry peers. Attending the Intercollegiate Athletics Forum will surely be an educational event and one that you will want to put on your calendar year after year!

Who Should Attend?

Athletic directors, university presidents, conference commissioners, NCAA leadership, media partners and corporate sponsors

What They're Saying About IAF

“I have attended several times and have enjoyed participating. A great deal of business and networking happens around the Forum.”
Rob Mullens
Athletic Director
University of Oregon

"The Intercollegiate Athletics Forum is an important annual event for our industry. The narrow focus on intercollegiate athletics, the topical nature of the Forum’s agenda and the quality of the speakers and attendees combine to make the Forum a uniquely valuable annual gathering."
Jack Swarbrick
Athletic Director
University of Notre Dame

"The Intercollegiate Athletics Forum is annually the premier event of its kind in the U.S. It consistently offers a compelling program of timely, comprehensive and very relevant topics, with the most experienced and knowledgeable speakers from the field."
Debbie Yow
Athletic Director
North Carolina State University

"IAF gives me the opportunity to hear from and meet the “best” in every facet of collegiate athletics. It’s an invaluable learning and networking opportunity."
Ross Bjork
Athletic Director
University of Mississippi

"The Intercollegiate Athletics Forum is an important annual event for our industry. The narrow focus on intercollegiate athletics, the topical nature of the Forum’s agenda and the quality of the speakers and attendees combine to make the Forum a uniquely valuable annual gathering."
Jack Swarbrick
Athletic Director
University of Notre Dame

Click HERE to hear more of what attendees are saying about IAF!

Contact Information

For information on ATTENDANCE, please contact Lorianne Lamonica at 704-973-1523. 

For information on SPONSORSHIP opportunities, please contact Julie Tuttle at 212-500-0711. 

For information on SPEAKING opportunities, please contact Donna Johnson at 704-973-1421.

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