• OCTOBER 17-19, 2019
  • MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA

American Health + Fitness Forum

Marketing + Sales in the Future of Fitness
Miami Beach Convention Center
October 16-17, 2019

 

In today’s exceedingly competitive landscape, it is crucial for owners and operators in the health + fitness sector to actively seek and seize innovation, trends and opportunities in the market today and the years to come.

Following on the success of the European Health + Fitness Forum in Cologne, the 2019 American Health + Fitness Forum will assemble an inspirational faculty of global leaders who are pioneering marketing, sales, and operational strategies that genuinely engage customers across the ever-evolving connected world.

Join us October 16 + 17 to network with and learn actionable tactics from the individuals who are raising the bar across the globe. Following the forum, you will have plenty of time to explore the FIBO USA exhibit hall and experiential activations.

 

PRICING

Included in your $295 All-Access Pass, plus:

  •  3-Day Exhibit + Event Hall Pass and FIBO FitPass
  • Lunch and refreshments
  • Take-home copy of “Marketing & Sales in the Fitness Sector,” compliments of Technogym

2019 CONFIRMED PRESENTERS

Note: Programming topics, times, and presenters are subject to change.

About the AHFF

In order to maintain the tremendous growth the health + fitness industry has seen over the last decade, all stakeholders must be prepared to open new markets and further develop existing ones. Providing a platform on which the industry can achieve its goals, FIBO—the world’s largest health + fitness tradeshow—has arrived in the USA.

Opening the 2019 event is the American Health + Fitness Forum (AHFF), taking place October 16-17. Following on the success of the FIBO European Health + Fitness Forum (EHFF), FIBO Global Fitness Africa Summit, and FIBO CHINA Health + Fitness Development Conference, this high-caliber congress invites leaders across the health + fitness sector to learn from and interact with global thinkers and innovators on both the supplier and operator sides.