seminars, webinars and conferences

We are attending and hosting seminars, webinars and conferences all around the world in order to share our mbp method and knowledge

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seminars, webinars and conferences

MBP has been involved in several seminars, webinars and conferences worldwide with the main objective to share our knowledge. 

We have experience on projects in-person in countries like United States, Mexico,, Sweden, Spain and many more. 

While in an online environment we have been attending and speaking on conferences that were developed in the United States, Brasil, India, United Kingdom, Greece, … 



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In January 2023, we had the opportunity to participate as speakers at the United Soccer Coaches Convention, held in Philadelphia. On this occasion, Albert Rudé, co-founder of MBP School of Coaches, gave a talk on how to develop smarter players, from youth soccer to high performance.


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MBP School’s Co-Founder, Jaime Fortuño, was a main speaker at one of the largest football business conferences in Brazil: CONFUT Nordeste. He shared the steps to follow for Clubs to create their own player development method through the IPPM® system, showing some examples of what we have been doing all around the world. 

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MBP was represented by several team members at the US Soccer Convention in Kansas City that was held in January 2022. During the event the MBP Team had the opportunity to attend interactive live sessions and network opportunities.




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MBP was one of the main speakers on a pre-event of MadCup, one of the biggest youth football tournaments in Spain and Europe. We were pleased to share the MBP Method with all the attending coaches. We talked about the “Understanding of the game and cognitive evolution of learning in football”