Future sports technology & next generation business insights
Investment is the lifeblood of any business and in sport, the movement of money has reflected profound shifts in everything from geographical power bases to consumer behaviour. The way big and small funds work in sport has changed, too, settling into the rhythms and demands of the industry.
by Eoin Connolly
Where the sports industry goes next
On the back of his appearance at SportsPro Live, Sasha Ryazantsev, Everton’s chief finance and commercial officer, discusses the Premier League club’s stadium plans, finding new ways to grow revenue, and providing a financial platform to deliver regular European soccer.
by Sam Carp
With the launch of his International Swimming League (ISL), a city-based competition due to arrive in the US and Europe later this year, Ukrainian businessman Konstantin Grigorishin is out to make a splash by championing the rights of an athlete base disillusioned by the direction of their sport.
by Michael Long
Black Book Business Diary: Hamilton distances himself from Ferrari rumours as Channel 4 struggles with highlights-only offering.
by Joe Levy
Malph Minns, managing director of the UK consultancy firm Strive Sponsorship, explains why World Rugby must take a studied approach before adopting a global gaming solution.
by Steven Impey
Launched in 2015, the platform plans to change the traditional sports betting market. Two English soccer club sponsorship activations later and over 300,000 traders, founder Adam Cole explains what is next for the platform.
Also featuring Sports Innovation Lab co-founders Angela Ruggiero and Josh Walker, as SportsPro editor at large Eoin Connolly dissects two days of insights and new ideas from London's O2 Arena.
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