In a Front Office Sports exclusive, Editor Ian Thomas sits down with incoming WNBA Commissioner Cathy Engelbert ahead of taking over the role in full next week. Highlights of the interview, edited for clarity, appear below. On what brought her to the WNBA from Deloitte (0:19):“Part of it was I grew up in a basketball family. My father was actually drafted by the Detroit Pistons back in the 1950s and had five brothers who played basketball, my sisters as well. […]
(Sports Tech Tokyo is a proud partner of Front Office Sports) In the sports tech space, there are plenty of individuals and groups looking to consult with young companies looking to grow their operations. These consultants can be highly beneficial and look to partner with companies that fit well with their own skills and personalities. Charlie Greenwood is the founder and CEO of Triple Scout: his company that consults with investors, sports teams/leagues, and sports tech companies looking to understand what […]
For Eric Avar and Nike, the Nike Adapt BB is more than just a technological breakthrough, it marks the company’s shift from footwear to firmware.
A deep-dive webinar presented by StellarAlgo that takes a look at how to start the process of becoming a data-driven organization and how to drive value from your data.
Rudy Cline-Thomas is one of the people helping professional athletes navigate the waters of investing both inside and outside of Silicon Valley. Know mostly for his work with Andre Iguodala, he takes us inside how athletes are approaching their investments.
Mike Wierzbicki and Ben Fraser join us for another episode of Shot Callers as they break down their loyalty program and the success they have found with it.
Tim Rebich, partner at Varsity Partners, and Josh Brooks, deputy director of athletics of operations at for the University of Georgia Athletic Association, break down why their collaboration was so effective.
Nick Irwin, partner at Varsity Partners, takes you inside the creative process of their latest project with the University of Georgia.
IMSA’s unique relationship with manufacturers and fans has given it a leg up on other racing series.
At Daytona, Toyota has made a significant investment in delivering their brand to consumers.
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