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‪eLearning Sports Economics

This group explores the economic issues associated with sports teams and leagues. Topics include revenue and expenses sources for sports teams and leagues , organising ; structure governance of sports leagues; the economics of rival leagues and minor leagues; the economic impact of sports teams and facilities; financing mechanisms for sports facilities; labor relations; and salary determination in professional team sports.
Sports Economics Group study fields : Academics and Business about Sports Finance, Sports Technology, Sports Sector, Sports Tax , Sports Sponsorship , Sports Marketing all of the world

Brand Finance Football 50 2018

The annual report on the world’s most valuable football brands.

In this 13th year of the Brand Finance Football 50 report, Manchester United retains its position as the most valuable football club brand. Manchester United is back in the Champions League, has won a couple of trophies, has the feelgood factor back, and their commercial income juggernaut continues to roll on.

In 2018, Brand Finance has also extended its fan research efforts in key developing football markets to, alongside China, now include India and the United States for the first time. Given the growing interest in top-flight clubs from these key global consumer markets, it is unsurprising that the research has identified important insights and opportunities for both corporate brands and football clubs to engage with these audiences.

Join us at the Brand Finance Football Forum 2018 – The Future of Football – Emerging Markets to hear about the key findings from this year’s report, new in-depth analysis of corporate sponsorship in football, and Brand Finance’s original market research.

European SportsTech Report 2019

European SportsTech Report 2019 by @sportstechx! Find out about key people, top companies, interesting start-ups and all major initiatives in the European SportsTech ecosystem. Free download available

Where the Money is Going: The Future of Sports Entertainment

We are pleased to introduce our 2019 report on the future sports entertainment.

Of all the innovations in sport, OTT streaming will arguably have the most significant impact. Millennials and Generation Z aren’t watching less sport content, a commonly held view in the industry, but the mechanisms upon which they engage with that content is changing.

In this report, we dive into the specifics of how consumer expectations are changing, where this is influencing strategy decision-making and spend from operators, why investment into the fan experience directly affects subscriber acquisition ROI and what will be the driving forces behind serious investment into OTT by sports content rights owners.

Click here to access and download the report.

3rd International Conference on Football Economics

Khazar University (Baku, Azerbaijan), New Economic School (Moscow, Russia) and Higher School of Economics (Russia) cordially invite you to submit your abstracts for presentation at the 3rd International Conference on Football Economics that will take place in Baku (Azerbaijan) on May 29-31, 2019 at the days of the UEFA Europa League final. The conference is aimed to highlight high-quality research of the football industry as well as to facilitate the cooperation between academics and practitioners.

ISPESCONGRESS2019

The second of the Ispescongress (International Physical Education, Sport, Recreation and Dance Congress), which was hosted by Nişantaşı University in İstanbul for the first time, will be hosted by Alanya Alaaddin Keykubat University on April 20-21, 2019.

Sport Business Chain 2108 Romania

Sport Business Chain is a sport business and networking conference whose aim is to contribute to the development of the sport business landscape in Eastern Europe. Sport Business Chain has embarked on a mission to contribute to the development of the sport business sector in Eastern Europe by collaborating with sport organisations, sport leaders, entrepreneurs, academic institutions, policy-makers, sportspeople and students across multiple areas, including: Strategic Business Development, Strategic Partnerships, Sponsorships, Technology, Academia, Community Involvement, Fan Engagement, Digital Marketing & Social Media
more information : https://sportbusinesschain.com

Golf Participation Report for Europe 2018

The report, which provides invaluable figures regarding the supply and demand trends in Europe for 2017, is the latest of KPMG’s annual publications offering analysis and insights into Europe’s golf industry.

In last year’s report, KPMG’s research for 2016 demonstrated that the European golf market had continued to stabilize in terms of numbers of registered golfers and golf courses in operation. In 2017, this trend continued with no significant changes in the overall supply and demand figures for Europe, although some countries did record noticeable changes.

When taking a closer look at Europe’s golf markets, 76% of local golf associations indicated that the level of participation in their country in 2017 had either stabilized or increased. The remaining 24% of European markets still experienced some decline, including key markets such as England, Scotland, Ireland and the Netherlands. The overall participation rate for Europe has remained stable since 2015.

The research shows that the number of registered golfers and affiliated golf courses in Europe slightly decreased, by 0.8% (-34,925) and 1.0% (-71) respectively.

Based on our survey, the gender mix of registered golfers hasn’t changed since 2016, which means golf is still a male dominated sport (67%) in Europe. The Golf Participation Report for Europe in 2018 also focuses on European professional players and provides some insights about the distribution and number of registered professionals. Same as in the last four years, KPMG has put together the relevant data compiled directly from the respective golf associations across the old continent

Deloitte sports sponsorships

Deloitte sports sponsorships
Deloitte carefully selects sponsorships that share our core values of leadership, integrity, commitment to teaming, strength through diversity, and a global perspective. This is how we make an impact that matters. High-visibility sponsorships are a tremendous way to build our brand with our clients, our professionals, and our recruits, as well as the broader marketplace. But what is truly meaningful in these relationships is that our efforts to advance these organizations goes far beyond writing a check. Deloitte’s professionals serve as trusted advisors helping shape long-term strategy, improve operational efficiency, and implement substantive change.

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