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“Gaming is statistically the fastest growing entry point into a sport” | Fan Engagement panel highlights, SDMS
Highlights of the Fan Engagement panel at the Sports Decision Makers Summit in London. Highlights of the Fan Engagement panel at the Sports Decision Makers Summit in London. The panel looks beyond cookie-cutter approaches to fan engagement and discusses the importance of creativity and technology in creating deeper and more profitable engagement with fans.
“I think we’ll get million-dollar deals in the next 4 years” | Women’s sports sponsorship panel highlights, SDMS
Highlights of our panel on sponsorship in women's sport from the Sports Decision Makers Summit.
The Premier League has expanded at such a precipitous rate under Richard Scudamore’s leadership that most experts seem to agree that it will need to appoint more than one person to replace the outgoing c…
Richard Scudamore summarised his measures of success for the Premier League in an interview in 2015: “Attendance No1. Global audience No2. That’s it. Ho
The almost unchecked expansion in overseas media-rights revenues for the Premier League tells its own story about the extraordinary success of the competition as an international export
The English Football Association has established a new board for the Women’s Super League and Women’s Championship as it seeks to continue the growth of the women’s game. T
Senior English Premier League club officials including Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck and Manchester City chief operating officer Omar Berrada are reportedly set to be named to the new board of the Women’s S…
Football’s English Premier League is considering taking over control of the Women’s Super League (WSL) from the Football Association (FA), according to the BBC.
From a sponsorship perspective, Peter Daire, founding partner at sports rights and marketing agency Sport Collective, thinks Scudamore ought to be remembered more for the partnerships the Premier League r…
Scudamore’s former media advisor Phil Lines argues that his old boss could be directly credited with creating a formal tender process for the selling of the league’s rights and for professionalising the…
England’s FA has set itself aggressive performance targets in its new five-year plan. To build the right foundations it needs success in its commercial operations and since August that task has fallen to Mark Bullingham. The results so far have been spectacular.