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.
Where the sports industry goes next
WashingtonJourney.com to include interactive features for fans.
Fledgling sailing series to deploy voice recognition technology on all boats.
CEO David Gandler cites increased advertising and subscriber growth.
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In disjointed economies, more and more companies are leaning on some form of content as a crutch but in order to be relevant, there must still be context.
A group of over 400 professional English soccer players are seeking compensation for the commercial use of personal performance data, but as the the value of that information rises, the arguments will only grow louder.
West London-based soccer club Brentford will leave their vintage Griffin Park home next season in the next phase of a unique project. The Championship playoffs mark an uncertain route to the Premier League but the Bees have shown remarkable ingenuity to compete.
With the precariousness of club finances in English soccer having been exposed by the coronavirus pandemic, Press Association’s chief sports reporter considers whether stricter cost controls and more televised matches will be the keys to long-term stability.
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