SportBusiness Review highlights ten executives whose work in 2018 indicates the direction of the sports business in 2019 and beyond. Follow the links below to find out more about each executive and their work:
Figures including Infront president and chief executive Philippe Blatter and Gian Franco Kasper, president of the International Ski Federation, pay tribute to former Infront Italy president Marco Bogarelli, who died earlier this week.
There is an expectation that sponsorship sales at premium sports properties tend to be more resilient during economic crises. Matthew Glendinning looks at whether big really has proven best during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Olympic TOP sponsor Atos has signed with the Paris 2024 Organising Committee for the Olympic and Paralympic Games as the exclusive Official Cybersecurity Services and Operations Supporter for the event
The first in a new series of webinars from SportBusiness University, Executive Insights give sports business and sport management students an exclusive and unrivalled look at how leaders across the business …
MLS expansion team drawing huge buzz thanks to the excitement of Austin, Texas, finally becoming a major league sports town and the global profile of minority owner and noted actor Matthew McConaughey. Bob Williams reports.
A new survey says a large proportion of event hosts are planning for spectators to return to stadiums and have not postponed any events beyond September 2021. But will the event bidding sector be the same after the pandemic?
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