INFLCR Academy Brings Self-Development Sessions To Sports Community At Home

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  • INFLCR will host a number of virtual learning sessions for marketing professionals working from home
  • Sessions will range from 25 minutes to one hour
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(INFLCR is a proud partner of Front Office Sports)

In response to the COVID-19 continued impact of the sports industry, and executives desire to stay connected and find professional development opportunities, INFLCR launched INFLCR Academy

The Academy is a series of live webinars with hopes of gathering the community and using this as an opportunity to grow one’s technical skills and understanding of key strategies from the best of the best. 

“INFLCR Academy was created to engage our community of leaders who want to get better at their craft during this extraordinary environment we all find ourselves in, and to highlight some of the best teachers the sports industry has to offer,” said INFLCR Chief Operating Officer Neeta Sreekanth.

“At INFLCR, our purpose is to serve storytellers. We want to help our community, regardless of whether they are clients of ours or not, to improve their skills now, so that when sports come back, the bar will be raised across the board, but especially in content creation. Our platform and app are empowering over 20,000 athletes to have their own voices and share content: INFLCR Academy is about empowering the content creators who power athlete storytelling.”

Each webinar will range from 25 minutes to an hour with the ability for registrants to participate in a Q&A. If viewers are unable to join a session, they will be available on-demand after the live event. The Academy is a resource for content creators and marketing professionals in the college and pro sports industry who are looking to watch, learn and grow. 

The first live-webinar launched on Tuesday, March 24, with Dan LaTorraca of the Carolina Hurricanes, discussing social monetization tactics. INFLCR launched the series with fourteen sessions scheduled from March 24 to April 21, with 1300 attendees registered to date.

Other speakers include: strategic partnership manager Nick Marquez of Facebook Sports, Kansas City Chiefs social media assistant Duncan Boone, and paid social media senior manager Justin Satzman of Ziff Davis. To see a full lineup of speakers, click here

Topics will range from breaking down Esports to making jersey swaps in Photoshop.

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