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Autonomous AI-guided camera broadcasts and OTT services

Consultants like Allied Market Research forecast that the global OTT market will grow by an annual minimum of 17% until 2025 to reach an approximate turnover of 330,000 million dollars.

TAM SAM SOM – is your market large enough to feed your ambition?

When your idea is truly innovative it’s hard to know how large it can become. Initially your resources are limited, but how large should you plan to be?

Different Market, Different Model

When choosing among the four most relevant business models in the market in order to manage a stadium, clubs are mainly influenced by two factors: Live sport, Corporate/Business, Event/Shows, and Business/Leisure.

Athletes use social media for better or for worse

Sports players and fans are no different – they have as strong opinions as anyone and often have the popularity to influence very widely.

Artificial intelligence to improve stadium security

Smart stadiums are a strategy among all of the biggest sports clubs in the world.

Why “Purpose” matters in Sport

Sport has different “purposes” and they are all valuable. Each person may have a different “purpose” associated to sport, but it is important for the wider sports community to be proactive on the topic of human rights and social change.

The Stadium as the Core of 21st Century Clubs’ Projects

“Stadiums have a soul, and they are the heart of the teams. And from their stands come the heartbeats that keep clubs alive… both sentimentally and financially.”

Investment and return: why sponsors pay millions to their sports stars

Roger Federer is the third best-paid celebrity by sponsors in 2020 and the first among the athletes on the list.

Raising Venture Capital can be a game changer… but bootstapping is the way to start

Capital is one of the key resources you will need to develop your business. When it comes to growing your business, you need to pay close attention to how and when cash is produced.

White sport or black lives matter: is there room for claiming rights in competition?

It made the news in June, and a change of attitude took place from one of the most commercially successful star players: Michael Jordan.