Chatri Sityodtong is the martial-arts practising entrepreneur behind ONE Championship, the biggest sports property in Asia. Here he speaks to Ben Cronin about his rivalry with UFC and the secret of breaking into China.
For every official sponsor at the Rio Olympics there will be a rival seeking to disrupt the impact of the official advertising campaigns. Jennifer Gibson, senior associate in the dispute resolution team at independent UK law firm Burges Salmon LLP looks at the steps that will be taken to protect Olympic partners
Ollie Silverton, winner of the GMR Marketing and SportBusiness Group Ultimate Sports and Entertainment Internship, travelled to Paris during the Euro 2016 tournament to see the Champ de Mars fan zone. In a series of videos he looks at how the different brands activated in this area during the tournament.
The NBA is piloting the use of shirt sponsorships for the 2017-18 season. Brian Heyman speaks to some of the sport’s most important stakeholders and estimates the values of some of the potential deals.
Brazil’s labour ministry has cited Rio 2016 over conditions for about 600 temporary workers brought in to make late repairs on accommodation for athletes, as International Olympic Committee (IOC) president Thomas Bach sought to allay concerns over final preparations for the summer Games.
Bob Latham, chairman of USA Rugby, the governing body for rugby union in the country, has confirmed that discussions have taken place regarding the possibility of a US-based team being added to the Pro12 pan-European club competition.
Pan-European pay-television broadcast group Sky has today (Thursday) reported a record full-year operating profit of £1.558bn (€1.86bn/$2.05bn), breaking the £8bn revenue barrier in the UK and Ireland for the first time and setting its first-ever operating profit in Germany and Austria.