Elisha Chauhan asks the OCA (Olympic Council of Asia) how it plans to make its flagship Asian Games more financially attractive to potential bidding cities from 2019 onwards.
With free Wi-Fi now becoming an expectation for fans attending live sport, Elisha Chauhan asked leading Wi-Fi providers what venue operators should know before making their investment.
OCA (Olympic Council of Asia) and ANOC (Association of National Olympic Committees) president Sheikh Ahmad Al-Fahad Al-Sabah of Kuwait reveals his life influences and aspirations within the inner circles of the Olympic Movement.
Using natural gas to produce temporary power is set to dramatically reduce the cost of hosting major sports events. Matt Cutler reports.
Eelco van der Noll, global head of sports and entertainment at beer giant Anheuser-Busch InBev, talks about the highs and lows of heading up sports sponsorships for brands such as Budweiser, Canon (1990-1994) and MasterCard (1995-2003).
Max Gabovitch and Frank Bonner give the lowdown of exactly who said what at the inaugural Leaders Sport Summit in New York on May 21, 2014.
Legacy is one of the first words mentioned when any new major sporting facility is built. Elisha Chauhan finds out what Sport Singapore’s plans are to ensure the Sports Hub will have a lasting positive effect for the city-state and its people.
Who will be using the Sports Hub and what type of major events will be held there? Elisha Chauhan spoke to the venue’s operators to find out.
Sir Philip Craven MBE, IPC (International Paralympic Committee) President, writes exclusively for SportBusiness International.
Elisha Chauhan finds out why the organising committee for the 2014 South American Games in Santiago gave away most of its tickets for free.
Owen Evans asks outgoing CGF (Commonwealth Games Federation) CEO Mike Hooper to give his assessment of the health of the Commonwealth Games.
On Monday the curtain fell down on the six-day, inaugural Special Olympics Asia-Pacific Games with a spectacular opening ceremony at the Hunter Stadium in Newcastle, Australia. SportBusiness International editor Matt Cutler spoke to Tim Shriver, Special Olympics chairman, about the challenges and opportunities around the organisation's continual drive to take people with intellectual disabilities, and the people who love and care for them, out of the shadows through the power of sport.