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BISL and LPF Breakfast 2008. Lords Cricket Ground Wednesday 12th November 2008. BISL Conference 2008 Sponsored By. Brigid Simmonds OBE. Chief Executive. BISL Conference 2008 Sponsored By. Surviving the Crisis. Brigid Simmonds OBE Chief Executive, Business In Sport and Leisure

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bisl and lpf breakfast 2008

BISL and LPF Breakfast 2008

Lords Cricket GroundWednesday 12th November 2008

BISL Conference 2008Sponsored By

brigid simmonds obe

Brigid Simmonds OBE

Chief Executive

BISL Conference 2008Sponsored By

surviving the crisis
Surviving the Crisis

Brigid Simmonds OBE

Chief Executive, Business In Sport and Leisure

Chairman, CCPR

Director, Tourism Alliance

working groups
Working Groups
  • Sport and Public / Private Sector Partnerships
  • Property and Land-Use Planning
  • Liquor Licensing
  • Gambling
  • Tourism
  • Employment Law
in conclusion
In Conclusion
  • Working with Parliamentarians
    • All Party Parliamentary Leisure Group
    • Sports Caucus
  • Influencing Parliament is not always easy…

But it is worth the effort!

bisl and lpf breakfast 20081

BISL and LPF Breakfast 2008

Lords Cricket GroundWednesday 12th November 2008

BISL Conference 2008Sponsored By

bisl conference 2008

BISL Conference 2008

Lords Cricket GroundWednesday 12th November 2008

BISL Conference 2008Sponsored By

brigid simmonds obe1

Brigid Simmonds OBE

Chief Executive

BISL Conference 2008Sponsored By

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Brigid Simmonds OBE

Chief Executive, Business In Sport and Leisure

Chairman, CCPR

Director, Tourism Alliance

speakers
Speakers

Neil Goulden, Executive Deputy Chairman

Gala Coral Group

Chairman, BISL

The Rt. Hon Andy Burham MP

Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport

Adam Boulton

Political Editor, Sky News

speakers1
Speakers

John Kelly OBE

Board Member Business In The Community

Jennie Price

Chief Executive, Sport England

speakers2
Speakers

Mike Brearley

Former England Cricket Captain

Immediate Past President of the MCC

our event sponsor
Our Event Sponsor

Media Partners

  • Betview
  • Preview
  • Leisure Management
  • Leisure Report
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Enjoy,

Learn From

and also

Participate in

Our Conference Today

neil goulden

Neil Goulden

Chairman BISL

Deputy Chairman Gala Coral Group

BISL Conference 2008Sponsored By

the business of sport leisure a case for more active government support

THE BUSINESS OF SPORT & LEISURE“A Case For More Active Government Support”

Neil Goulden

Chairman BISL

&

Deputy Chairman Gala Coral Group

the gala coral group

The Gala Coral Group

Europe’s largest Betting & Gaming Group

2,200 retail outlets in UK and Italy

20,000 employees

3.5m customers in the UK

A growing international presence

An enterprise value of £3.5b/£4.0b

Strong commitment to responsible gambling

Industry leading CSR activity

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ProfessionalFirms

Tourism

Gambling

Catering&Hotels

LicensedRetailing

SportingBodies

MediaGroups

Health&Fitness

IndoorLeisure

Academics

THE BISL FAMILY

the value of commercial sport leisure to the uk economy
The Value of Commercial Sport

&

Leisure

to the UK Economy

the business of sport leisure

The Business of Sport & Leisure

Circa 2.3m employees/9% of UK workforce

Strong base of female/ethnic minority workers

1 in 4 (25%) of new jobs

200,000 hospitality and tourism businesses

£85b per annum/6% of GDP

Britain’s 6th biggest industry

46,000 hotels/60,000 pubs and restaurants/10,000 gambling outlets, 6,000 private health clubs (7m members)

Exchequer receives circa £30b pa

A growing trade deficit in tourism

A big environmental agenda

A decade of growth/now ended

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“If you want to be happy for a few hours get drunk, if you want to be happy for a few years get a partner but if you want to be happy forever get a garden”

the perfect storm

The Perfect Storm

Retail (cost) inflation @ 8% pa (Q3 2008)

Food inflation @ 14% (12 months to September 2008)

Falling disposable income

Falling sales – (1.4%) in Q2 2008Bars and restaurants – (8.1%) in Q3 2008

5 pubs a day closing, 10 LBO’s per week closing,20% of Bingo sector under threat, 10% of Casinos losing money

Growing job losses

The Smoking Ban (2007)

Limited access to investment capital

Falling Exchequer revenues

the government response

The Government Response

Since 1997 beer duty +27%/consumption (11%)2008 budget +9.1% plus 4 years inflation +2% escalator

Tax grabs on Casinos, LBO’s and Machines

An 18% cut in VisitBritain’s annual budget to £41m pa

The Licensing Act 2003

The Gambling Act 2005

The Smoking Ban 2007

Increased labour costs

Noise at Work Regulations 2005

Food Hygiene Regulations 2005

New rating regulations 2008/2009

Energy Regulations 2007

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The Climate Change Bill 2009

New Planning Bill (Community Infrastructure Levy)

Pensions Bill 2012

New National Alcohol Strategy

  • A significant cost
  • A slowing of growth and innovation
  • A negative public perception
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“The Gambling Industry is profoundly costly, its human pollution in terms of promoting addiction, destroying family life and so forth is manifest”

Rowan WilliamsFebruary 2008

the way forward

The Way Forward

DCMS as a sponsoring ministry

A united industry lobby!

Reduced regulation

Promote responsible growth

No more tax surprises please!

Consistent/evidence based policy making

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“We want to see a successful British gambling industry, one that is able to respond rapidly and effectively to technological and customer led developments in both the domestic and global market place, building on its existing reputation for quality and integrity, and in the process increasing its already important contribution to the UK economy. It has been clear for some time that these laws are in need of reform. They are very complicated, rigid and hard to understand and have failed to keep pace with new technology such as internet gaming and interactive TV, and above all they have their roots in an era when gambling was regarded as an activity which was regarded as a morally questionable activity. The social climate has changed and there is a powerful case for lifting regulatory burdens on an industry which has built a world reputation for integrity.”

Tessa JowellA Safe Bet for SuccessMarch 2002

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The Way Forward

  • DCMS as a sponsoring ministry
  • A united industry lobby!
  • Reduced regulation
  • Promote responsible growth
  • No more tax surprises please!
  • Consistent/evidence based policy making
  • Growth and innovation
  • A secure future
  • A respected industry
the rt hon andy burnham mp

The Rt. HonAndy Burnham MP

Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport

BISL Conference 2008Sponsored By

networking refreshments

Networking & Refreshments

BISL Conference 2008Sponsored By

adam boulton

Adam Boulton

Political Editor

BISL Conference 2008Sponsored By

john kelly obe

John Kelly OBE

Board Member: Business in the Community

National Board Director:Community Impact Programme

BISL Conference 2008Sponsored By

managing recession with integrity
“Managing Recession with Integrity”

JOHN KELLY

Board Member: Business in the Community

National Board Director: Community Impact Programme

managing recession with integrity1
The undeniable business case - Hospitality & Leisure

The health of our businesses is inevitably linked to the health of the communities in which we operate

BITC origins

Reputation - brand - product

Investor perception

Employee engagement

THE RIGHT THING TO DO !

“Managing Recession with Integrity”

Toxteth/Brixton

Riots 1981

managing recession with integrity2
“Managing Recession with Integrity”

RESPONSIBLE BUSINESS – MEANS WHAT?

Recognition of community interest

Diversity of employment

Supply chain engagement

Product Responsibility

Execution not philanthropy

managing recession with integrity3
THE BUSINESS CASE

Investors

FTSE companies that actively managed and measured corporate responsibility issues, outperform the FTSE 350 on total shareholder return by between 3.3% and 7.7% per year

People

43% more committed to their company

Employees actively engaged are 36% more likely to recommend their employer

“Managing Recession with Integrity”

Source: Research International

Business in the Community

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“Managing Recession with Integrity”

The economic times we are facing are arguably the worst they've been in 60 years and I think it's going to be more profound and long-lasting than people thought.

SOURCE: YouGov 2008

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What does society look like now?

An ageing population

Rising unemployment

Lowest skills attainment in Europe

More than one third of adults do not hold the equivalent of a basic school-leaving qualification.

Almost half of adults are not functionally numerate

One sixth are not functionally literate.

“Managing Recession with Integrity”

SOURCE: YouGov 2008

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Widening of the gap between the ‘Haves’ and ‘Have Nots’.

22 per cent of the UK population are in poverty – 13 million people

30 per cent of children are in families in poverty – 3.9 million children

19 per cent of pensioners are in poverty – 2.1 million people

“Managing Recession with Integrity”

SOURCE: YouGov 2008

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And….. the outlook?

“Managing Recession with Integrity”

YouGov Research: 604 small/medium/large businesses

CEO’s

Directors

Managers

August 2008

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Economic outlook for the next 12 months

“Managing Recession with Integrity”

SOURCE: YouGov 2008

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Outlook for society – the gap between the ‘Haves’ and ‘Have Nots’.......will widen

“Managing Recession with Integrity”

SOURCE: YouGov 2008

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How is business preparing for the economic downturn?

“Managing Recession with Integrity”

Most businesses are making some preparations for an economic downturn

SOURCE: YouGov 2008

and the challenge for all of us
And the challenge for all of us:

“Managing Recession with Integrity”

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Commitment to supporting the local community declines…

“Managing Recession with Integrity”

Only 46% of businesses say supporting the local community is important, compared with 71% last year.

Is supporting the local community important to your business?

Percentage

SOURCE: YouGov 2008

but not all doom and gloom
But… not all doom and gloom

“Managing Recession with Integrity”

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Business is reacting already

“Managing Recession with Integrity”

In what ways do you support the local community?

SOURCE: YouGov 2008

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So… if we ‘buy’ the business case

and we:

Believe that deprivation will increase in the short term

Believe that business is about leadership

Believe that business can make a difference

Believe our staff want to find a route to help others

Then….

“Managing Recession with Integrity”

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Leadership Debate 10 September 2008

“ Community Investment is not just about money… ”

“ The economic downturn is not forever, and there will always be a requirement to balance social and business needs ”

“ To disconnect the business agenda from an increased threat of social disruption is to deny the most powerful resource we have… “

“Managing Recession with Integrity”

35 CEOs and Chairmen

of key UK businesses

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So... Call to Arms

Inject responsible practice into the DNA of your business

Take personal responsibility

Make the business case

Resist the dewy-eyed approach – it is short term and self-defeating

Use existing infrastructures – do not feel the need to re-invent the wheel

Celebrate what you already do

“Managing Recession with Integrity”

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Business in the Community – Mobilising Businesses for Good

“Managing Recession with Integrity”

Marketplace Principles

jennie price

Jennie Price

Chief Executive Sports England

BISL Conference 2008Sponsored By

four elements
Four Elements
  • Positioning
  • A new strategy for Sport England
  • Different ways of working
  • New partnerships
my background
My background
  • Private sector till 2000
  • Construction Industry – JCT
  • Major Contractors Group
  • Private Finance Initiative
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WRAP
  • Grants to manufacturers to convert to using recycled materials
  • From £20m to a paper mill to £200k to a compost plant
  • Major advertising campaign
  • Recycling rate rose from 12% to 27% in 5 years
lessons learned
Lessons learned
  • Behavioural change on a large scale is possible
  • Focus and momentum are key
  • Public sector can make it happen, but not on their own
  • Never under-estimate the value of public money
  • Applied to the new Sport England strategy……..
world leading community sport
World Leading Community Sport

GROW

(15% of investment)

EXCEL

(25% of investment)

SUSTAIN

(60% of investment)

  • Talent support systems for each sport moving more talented performers onto elite programmes
  • Increase in the proportion of people satisfied with their sporting experience
  • Reduce the drop-off at 16 in at least 5 selected sports by 25%
  • Increase participation in sport by 200k adults per annum (1m by 2012/13)
  • Help young people to access 5 hours of sport a week
we will
We will:
  • Be strategic
  • Show leadership
  • Focus on sport, as opposed to physical activity
  • Work in partnership with deliverers of sport
  • Become a centre of best practice
  • Set a ten year horizon to 2018
  • Set specific targets to be achieved by March 2011
our key strategic partner national governing bodies
Our key strategic partner - National Governing Bodies
  • A commissioning approach
  • Their strategy for their sports
  • Funding for outcomes
  • Genuine accountability
  • We succeed – or fail - together
how we will work with ngbs
How we will work with NGBs?
  • Participation of over 75,000
  • Or an Olympic or Paralympic sport
  • … provided they are willing to engage at the community level, and work on our strategic outcomes
  • 46 sports are potential recipients
  • Engagement process signals a major change in how we work with NGBs
  • Total “pot” of £480m available
other funding streams
Other Funding streams
  • Five hour offer funding - £69m over next three years
  • Themed rounds
  • Targeted programme of facilities investment
  • Small grants scheme
  • Innovation Fund
new partnerships innovation fund
New Partnerships – Innovation Fund
  • £5m a year
  • Small number of projects
  • Genuine “breakthroughs” in growing participation
  • Kissing frogs – appetite for risk
  • Rigorous evaluation – the “why” as well as the “what”
  • Mainstreaming will be the biggest challenge
commercial partnerships
Commercial Partnerships
  • £50m for community sport by 2012
  • Very active market place
  • BUT activation/marketing budgets are available
  • The key is the product – community sport
cutting bureaucracy
Cutting bureaucracy
  • Single point decision making on grants
  • But informed by local knowledge and local needs
  • Focus on outputs - less “ticking boxes”
  • But intensive care available
  • Cash target for overhead reduction - £20m over 3 years
summary
Summary
  • Sport England is changing
  • We have to make a difference to community sport if we are to survive
  • That means delivering our targets
  • We need private sector help and expertise to succeed
lunch

Lunch

BISL Conference 2008Sponsored By

social responsibility

Social responsibility

How can the industry manage society’s needs, today and tomorrow?

Chaired by Susanna FitzGerald QC

BISL Conference 2008Sponsored By

refreshments

Refreshments

BISL Conference 2008Sponsored By

mike brearley

Mike Brearley

Immediate Past President of MCC

BISL Conference 2008Sponsored By

bisl conference 2009

BISL Conference 2009

Thursday 12th November 2009

We look forward to welcoming you in 2009…

BISL Conference 2008Sponsored By

drinks reception

Drinks Reception

BISL Conference 2008Sponsored By