LIW reiterates commitment to public sector and youth activity with renewed partnership


LIW renews partnership with PSI

LIW 2016 reaffirms its mission to get the nation active and support the development of the industry through a renewed partnership with leading publisher Public Sector Information (PSi).

PSi produce a range of sector leading magazines including Health Business, Government Business and Education Business magazine. As such they provide the perfect platform to spread the message of how the world class educational content and extensive expo that comprises LIW with the expo delivering on point insight to tackle childhood inactivity, promote a healthier attitude to exercise and physical activity and the tools and strategy to improve public sector leisure facility performance.

This partnership with PSi provides LIW with a direct route into schools to spread the word of how the shows educational content and industry leading exhibitors can provide the tools and equipment to get children active and provide teachers with the knowledge to motivate and encourage healthy lifestyles for their pupils.

Through Government Business Magazine LIW is able to speak directly to those decision makers who influence the entire nation’s access to affordable leisure facilities. “LIW provides a great opportunity for us to support public sector leisure in a time of increasing financial pressures. This partnership is therefore ideal for us to show how LIW delegates will come away with expert insight that can help them improve the competitiveness of their facility and tackle their operational costs,” stated Steve Orton (UK Managing Director).

PSI business magazines, content driven websites and industry events deliver results for thousands of companies that target the government, education, healthcare and transport sectors.

Topical contributions are regularly carried from government ministers, public sector analysts, conference speakers and industry experts on a wide range of subjects that are of specific interest to local and central government buyers.