Two leading Australian sports industry academics distil five key challenges for sports industry leaders, identified at last month's SportNXT conference in Melbourne.
SportBusiness speaks to Jane Fernandez, chief operating officer (Australia) of the 2023 Fifa Women’s World Cup Major sports events have become important moments for change in society, she says
Foxtel chief executive Patrick Delany speaks exclusively to SportBusiness at the SportNXT conference in Melbourne.
The 5G mobile data networks being rolled out around the world will profoundly change fan experiences at live sports venues, senior Australian industry executives told the SportNXT conference in Melbourne…
National Basketball Association commissioner Adam Silver told the SportNXT industry conference in Melbourne yesterday that sports leagues and athletes must accept their status as role models when it comes…
Speaking at SportNXT, the new thought leadership summit in Melbourne, leading executives at a panel discussion on 'Marketing & Fan Engagement in the Digital Age' urged sports federations to add more content…
Sebastian Coe, the president of World Athletics, has mounted a robust defence of the organisation's ban on Russian and Belarusian athletes, saying "we couldn’t stomach the idea" of athletes competing f…
Speaking at SportNXT, a three-day thought leadership summit in Melbourne, leading media executives urged a more symbiotic relationship between broadcasters and rights-holders to avoid being surpassed by…
Formula One chief executive Stefano Domenicali has said today's drivers must also be great communicators, if the sport is to continue to grow and reach new audiences
Australian Football League chief executive Gillon McLachlan unveiled plans to exploit the burgeoning NFT space, speaking at the SportNXT conference in Melbourne today
Australian Grand Prix chief executive Andrew Westacott tells SportBusiness about the changes afoot as the Melbourne race returns after the pandemiic.
New sports industry conference in Melbourne attracts stellar line-up Content aims to give C-suite attendees a firm grasp of critical issues
New Australian sports industry conference SportNXT has announced that its inaugural event will take place April 6-8 next year in Melbourne, the same week as the Formula 1 Grand Prix in the city
Melbourne will host a new international sports industry conference, SportNXT, this year during the week of the Formula One Grand Prix in the Australian city