The Kerala state government is conducting a global sports-centric exhibition ‘SportX Kerala-2019’ at Thiruvananthapuram’s Jimmy George Indoor Stadium for the first time in a span of three years.
Presenting a perfect platform for more than 100 state’s leading sports goods and equipment manufacturers to sell their wide range of products, the exhibition also sets to enable other industries including fitness and Gaming industries to sign some major deals with retailers and build strong customer relationship being a part of the exhibition.
The Kerala state government will be organizing the exhibition in association with the Noida-based event management and Trade show company, Indian Exhibition Services. This is the same company which has been organising successfully ‘Sport India: India International Sporting Goods Show for the last couple of years in the national capital of New Delhi.
In addition to all above mentioned things, the exhibition will also arrange sports-related activities, seminars and panel discussions. Sessions on topics such as ‘Sports Infrastructure’, ‘Sports Training-Modern Trends’ and ‘CSR in Sports’, ‘Startups in Sports’ and ‘Sports Marketing’ are set to be held on Friday by experts in sports administration, coaching, training as well as top athletes from Kerala.
The sporting event of ‘SportX Kerala-2019’ will be also featured by several representatives from across various sports federations, coaches of the Kerala State Council and other leading stakeholders of the sporting fraternity.
During the three days, a special activity zone will be created to display ‘Fight Nights’ which will be conducted by the Kerala State Amateur Boxing Association.
Additionally, there will be demonstrations by the Kerala Karate Association, the Hooper Series by the Kerala Basketball Association and a close look into the world of scuba diving and underwater games will be organised for both sports promotion and entertainment purposes. The exhibition comes as part of the Kerala government’s pledge to grant Rs 7 billion as part of its full-fledged sports development policy.