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What do college graduates have to offer the sports industry? Fresh Legs!
by Laura Cade - January 2014 Fans today demand access to a second screen experience to stay connected during the game, rather than just sit there and watch the entire event. So how can organizations re (More)
Happy New Year! What's New?
by Kirk Wakefield - January 2014 We hope you like the new look of the site that allows us to feature the most recent articles on top and to randomly display some of the 110 articles written in 2013 (More)
Changing The Pitch/Recap Game
by Angelina Lawton - January 2014 Partners want more. Teams want to GIVE more. In recent times, PowerPoint presentations WERE considered trend setting and innovative. But, as we all know we live i (More)
How can sales & marketing get along?
by Lynn Wittenburg - January 2014 I’m often asked how sales & marketing should work together and if they can. There always seems to be tension between the two in most sports organizati (More)
How can properties support sponsorship rate cards?
by Kirk Wakefield - January 2014 Is sponsorship more about media or meaning? Why should brands pay for the rights to be an anchor sponsor of an NFL, MLB, or NASCAR property? Can these properties de (More)
Why you should go to the Digital Sports Fan Engagement Conference
by Kirk Wakefield - January 2014 The Digital Fan Engagement Conference to be held March 3-4, 2014, in Dallas (TX) looks promising. Q1 Productions, a leading organizer of research-based, education (More)
Six Differences Between Working in College versus Pro Sports (and why they may change)
by Rocky Harris - January 2014 The first 12 years of my career were spent working in professional sports and corporate America. I made the move to collegiate athletics two years ago because I (More)
The Three Power-People You Need on Your Team
by Dan Rockwell - January 2014 Editor's Note: This post had over 1000 shares in the last 3 days on Dan's website (http://leadershipfreak.wordpress.com/ (More)
Richard Sherman, The Craziest Player at the Super Bowl?
by Deven Nongbri - January 2014 We're all probably a bit tired about hearing of Richard Sherman and his outburst in the NFC Championship  game. His seemingly angry rant rankled a lot of folks and stirred (More)
S3 Spotlight: Bill Glenn Explains--How to Expand your Skill Set to Advance Your Career
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