Sports Decision Makers Summit

Charlie Marshall, managing director of the European Club Association (ECA) will explain the organisation’s vision for the future of European football club competitions when he takes to the stage at next w…

Hot on the heels of Sunday’s Fifa Women’s World Cup final in Lyon, next week’s high-powered Sports Decision Makers Summit London will focus on the business of the sponsorship of women’s sport with the input of some of the most knowledgeable and incisive individuals working in the field.

The spectacular sport of FX Ball, which earlier this year became the first new sport to be showcased by Le Tremplin, the Paris-based sports and technology accelerator programme, has signed on as a sponsor…

Over half of German sports fans who have given up going to events say it is because the TV experience is better, according to research carried out by SportBusiness ahead of next month’s Sports Decision M…

Exclusive SportBusiness data showing the ways in which sports fans across Europe’s major markets respond to digital content and offers from clubs and promoters will fuel a key discussion on Fan Engagement a…

Eddie Hearn, the man behind one of the most significant media deals in boxing history and one of the most influential figures in world sport, has joined the high-powered speaker line-up at next month’s S…

Latest developments in fan engagement strategy development and delivery come under the spotlight in London next month when Sarah Lewis, secretary general of the International Ski Federation (FIS) is joined…

Sean Bratches, Formula One's managing director of commercial operations, says he is "optimistic" that Ferrari and Mercedes will participate in the second season of the highly-successful Netflix documentary…

George Pyne - the founder & chief executive of major sports investment group of Bruin Sports Capital - has said he is convinced that tech companies will scale up their investment in sport

The first Sports Decision Makers Summit – from SportBusiness and Sportel – was held at the W South Beach in Miami over 6-7 May. After the event, our moderators shared the most interesting learnings they took home.

Stadium operators should drastically cut the space for offices and retail stores at their venues in order to maximize the commercial footprint, according to San Francisco 49ers president Al Guido.

Major League Soccer faces challenges that mean it is unlikely to ever rival the European leagues for international interest, according to AS Roma's American owner James Pallotta