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SportBusiness: Essential data and analysis for the Asian sports sector

Essential data and analysis for the Asian sports sector

For more than 20 years SportBusiness has been delivering the data, information, insight and analysis that make the world’s most successful sports sector businesses tick.

Now we are proud to introduce SportBusiness Asia, an exciting new service tailor-made for the sports sector in the world’s fastest-growing economic region.

SportBusiness Asia delivers a comprehensive media and data service for the people who shape the business of sport in Asia. It is an essential business tool for the owners and senior management of organisations including:

  • Sports governing bodies and property owners
  • Broadcast and media companies
  • Technology companies
  • Brands which sponsor sport
  • Promoters
  • Talent agents
  • Sports marketing agencies
  • Professional service providers

Our remit is to provide the information and data you need to understand and navigate the fast-moving business of sport and support smarter and more profitable decision making.

GLOBAL REACH LOCAL RELEVANCE

SportBusiness delivers the sharpest and most relevant coverage of the deals, decisions, people and issues facing the sports sector in Asia. This is supported by comprehensive global coverage which provides  unique context and essential perspective.

With dedicated editorial teams in Singapore, London and the United States, SportBusiness provides the data, insight and analysis which equips  your business to succeed nationally, regionally and globally.

AN EVER GROWING ARCHIVE

For the first time you  can enjoy a selection of in-depth articles from our ever growing archive in Chinese.

Read our Mandarin content

Most recent

Liberty Media’s major investment into Formula 1's digital media operations has demonstrated its value during sport’s global lockdown, believes Frank Arthofer, the series’ global head of digital media and licensing.

What previously were just MLB practice sessions unseen by fans have become an important source of content for clubs and their regional sports networks, and have helped broadcast production crews prepare for the regular season

Abu Dhabi is using UFC's 'Fight Island' as a pilot project to determine if it can expand the event's 'safety bubble' model to include spectators. SportBusiness speaks to Ali Hassan Al Shaiba, executive director of tourism and marketing for the city's Department of Culture and Tourism.

Tom King looks at how China is getting its sporting calendar back on track, and how the global health crisis has affected some of the weaker industry players in the country.