SportBusiness Staff

LAUSANNE, Switzerland – SportAccord is delighted to confirm the International University Sports Federation (FISU), as a Gold Partner for the 19th edition of the SportAccord World Sport & Business Summit t…

LAUSANNE, Switzerland – The International Federation (IF) Forum 2020 will explore how sport and society can emerge stronger from a global crisis when the global sporting community gathers from 4-5 November a…

LAUSANNE, Switzerland – Fédération Internationale de Teqball (FITEQ) has secured Gold Partner status for the 2021 edition of SportAccord’s World Sport & Business Summit in Ekaterinburg, Russia. T

A trio from Foley & Lardner LLP look at the complex trademark issues surrounding the pending name change for the Washington Football Team.

Giles Morgan, HSBC's former director of sponsorship, believes the sports industry is entering a period where the currency of partnerships changes and the cumulative number of eyeballs watching an event become secondary to the primary data owned by rights-holders.

Inclusion and opportunity in the sports business: The diversity dividend Join our free digital round table Wednesday July 29, 2020

LAUSANNE, Switzerland – SportAccord has announced that Tourism & Events Queensland (TEQ) will be a Silver Partner of the SportAccord World Sport & Business Summit for the next three editions of the global s…

David Berdugo, manager for the sports and entertainment department for the MBAF accounting firm, explores the large-scale impact of the Covid-19 pandemic has levied upon professional and amateur athlete income.

Garth Shephard, a partner at recently-launched sports tech investor and adviser Sightline Ventures, discusses how technology is driving sport in response to generational shifts and how swifter adoption of new technologies will keep significant new revenue within sport and not in the pockets of third parties

Jim O’Connell, president of New York-based Athletes First Partners, explores the fast-changing role of agencies to the sports industry amid the Covid-19 pandemic

Sports content leader will collect and distribute detailed data for over 6,000 matches per season across the English Premier League, PL2, U18 Premier League, Scottish Premier League, EFL Sky Bet Championship,…

Action sports media company Thrill One Sports & Entertainment launched in January, just ahead of the pandemic which brought most live sport to a grinding halt. Chief executive Joe Carr tells SportBusiness how Covid-19 impacted on the new company’s event business and how its creative digital strategy has served to increase reach and deepen engagement with fans.