Joe Cirulli’s Take on the Club Solutions Leadership Summit
A one-of-kind setting. The best minds in fitness. Thought-provoking discussion.
What do these phrases have in common? They all have to do with the Club Solutions Leadership Summit, an annual event that brings together the top 25 health club operators for 2.5 days of roundtables, networking and fun.
The 2020 event will take place April 30 through May 2 at the 146th running of The Kentucky Derby in Louisville, Kentucky. The Club Solutions Leadership Summit is committed to connecting industry leaders with one another and delivering an incredible experience year over year.
For Joe Cirulli, the owner and CEO of Gainesville Health and Fitness Centers, and a regular attendee of the Club Solutions Leadership Summit, the most valuable aspect of the event is the ability to connect with other fitness professionals to share best practices, exchange ideas and form lasting friendships.
“The ability to work in small teams and build permanent friendships is the most valuable aspect of the Club Solutions Leadership Summit,” said Cirulli. “The ability to interact at the main event is also a lot of fun. It gives us all an opportunity to learn about others in a way that is different from the traditional conferences or seminars.”
In addition, the roundtable discussions provide an avenue to share ideas and problem-solve the most pressing issues facing club operators today. “It gives us all a chance to interact and see how others in our industry approach different challenges,” said Cirulli.
The roundtable topics that will be discussed at the 2020 event include:
- Leadership: Managing Change
- Innovative Marketing Strategies
- Technology Trends and Applications
- Navigating the Increasingly Competitive Fitness Landscape
Ultimately, considering the amazing venue, thought-leaders in attendance, and unique format, Cirulli said the Club Solutions Leadership Summit provides a truly-one-of-a-kind experience.“I was surprised by how quickly everyone felt comfortable interacting and quickly getting to know each other,” said Cirulli. “It’s a unique opportunity to interact in both business and personal ways not normally available to us.”