Events

Giving Fans the Night of their Lives: Pete Rose at the Thuzio Executive Club

MLB legend Pete Rose speaking at Thuzio Executive Club meeting in San Francisco. Photo via Thuzio Last week, influencer-marketing company Thuzio welcomed a group of more than 60 San Francisco based executives to its latest installment of the Thuzio Executive Club (TEC). Thuzio brought Bay area business leaders to Fisherman’s Wharf for an unforgettable event featuring MLB legend, Pete Rose. Started in 2014, the TEC has been transforming conventional client entertainment by hosting engaging events that give its attendees direct access […]

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4 Reasons to Attend the 4th Annual Sports Fan Engagement Conference

The 4th Annual Sports Fan Engagement Conference is shaping up to be one of the best of the year. Image via Q1 Conference season is upon us, and with that comes a plethora of options across the country. When deciding on where to go and how many to attend, there are many variables that come in to play such as the price, the location, and who will be attending. Only in its 4th year, the Sports Fan Engagement Conference is shaping […]

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Athletic Participation and Leadership: How Sports Can Prepare You for Life

By: Meaghan McCloskey, @Meaghan_Mc3 A few short weeks ago, I had the opportunity to attend the Seattle Women’s Leadership Breakfast presented by the Seattle Sports Commission and moderated by Jen Mueller, a local reporter for ROOT Sports and owner of Talk Sporty to Me. The hour-long discussion centered on how participating in sports helps develop leadership skills in the business world. Featured on the panel were: Colleen McAleer: President of the Washington Business Alliance and a former collegiate cheerleader and […]

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Sports Innovation Conference: Showcasing Technology and Innovation in Sport Business

By: Tyler Endebrock, @tjendebrock   On November 24, 2016, the Sports Innovation Conference, will take place in Madrid, Spain. Photo via SIC The sports business landscape is constantly changing. To keep up, industry leaders need to understand the changes and innovations happening right in front of their eyes. How do sports business professionals go about doing that? The Sports Innovation Conference. On November 24, 2016, the Sports Innovation Conference, a Jakajima event, will premier their second edition of the conference […]

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The Benefits of Visiting Other Stadiums

By: Meaghan McCloskey, @Meaghan_Mc3 As a baseball fan, one of my goals is to visit all thirty MLB stadiums. Not only do I get to see teams I normally don’t see, I get to see what makes each ballpark unique. What type of local food and beer do they have? What walk-up songs do players use? What is there to do around the stadium before the game starts? When I realized I wanted to work in sports, I used my […]

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The Grades You Make and the Hands You Shake

This interview is presented to you by the University of Nebraska — Lincoln Master of Arts in Business with a Specialization in Intercollegiate Athletics Administration By: Joe Londergan, @Joehio_ Some people tend to think of their professional and personal networks as a one-way street. That is to say that there are those who just want to know how their friends and colleagues can help them. Corinne Milien, Founder of The Winning Edge Leadership Academy and Event Supervisor for ESPN, is proud to […]

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Keith Bruce: The Golden Super Bowl

This interview is presented to you by the University of Nebraska — Lincoln Master of Arts in Business with a Specialization in Intercollegiate Athletics Administration. By: Travis Gorsch, @tgorsch3 Keith Bruce was named CEO and President of the San Francisco Bay Area Super Bowl 50 Host Committee on September 6, 2013. Three years have passed since that day and the books have officially been closed on the Host Committee after their final board meeting. There was a lot packed into those three […]

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4 Game Changing Lessons

By: Arin Segal, @arinsegal An incredible event happens in September that brings together over 400 strong women (and a few bold enough males) to discuss the state of women in the sports industry, both on and off the field. The Sports Business Journal Game Changers conference started four years ago and tackles the questions most don’t like to talk about. The one-day conference also honors a group of Game Changing women who have impacted the industry as a whole. I […]

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#SBWeek16 Brings Professionals Together Across the Country

By: Will Baggett, @W_Baggs There is something special about this time of year. For many of us, the majority of our business is conducted during the workweek, leaving our weekends open to enjoy the pageantry of college football. For others, various tasks performed during the week are compounded with other preparations for the real work set to commence over the weekend. No matter which classification you fall into, with another college football season in full effect, we all find ourselves […]

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Down the Road and Across the Nation

By: Travis Gorsch, @tgorsch3 Front Office Sports is proud to have sat down with Karen Sickler, Event Management Associate at the University of Missouri. Karen was gracious enough to offer up her time and insight into her short, yet promising career in college athletics. Karen earned her Bachelor’s in Sport Management from Misericordia University, where she was involved in numerous activities and clubs spanning from the Sport Management Association to the Business Professionals Association to the Library Club and Commuter […]

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