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Having evolved from the acclaimed BusinessF1 sports magazine in March 2008, SportsPro has become the most highly respected B2B magazine for the finance, business and sponsorship industry behind the world's major sports.

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Building partnerships with FeedConstruct

Building partnerships with FeedConstruct

Digital content provider FeedConstruct is less than a year old but, fresh from signing a landmark deal with the Professional Squash Association, the company is now targeting an increased presence in the media rights sector.

08 October 2018 | By Tom Bassam

Vision and progress

Vision and progress

Chief executive Marco Tinnirello reflects on another year of progress at Eurovision Media Services, the business arm of the European Broadcasting Union.

08 October 2018 | By Michael Long

Keeping up with the times

Keeping up with the times

Scoopa has built its business on distributing video content quicker than ever before. Managing director Rene Alles explains why the company’s centralised cloud platform could transform the sports media industry.

08 October 2018 | By Nick Friend

Paul Pogba: The Journey to Number One

Paul Pogba: The Journey to Number One

French soccer player Paul Pogba has been named the world’s most marketable athlete in 2018. Here, SportsPro looks back at some of the major personal milestones that have defined an extraordinary career so far - on and off the field.

07 September 2018 | By Michael Long

Fast company: how Usain Bolt built a sprinting legacy

Fast company: how Usain Bolt built a sprinting legacy

Few athletes have redefined their sport like Usain Bolt. An 11-time world champion, eight-time Olympic gold medallist, holder of multiple world records: for a full decade, the Jamaican sprint king dominated track and field, becoming his sport’s most recognisable and marketable presence in the process.

23 July 2018 | By Michael Long

How IBM created the optimal fan experience at Mercedes-Benz Stadium

How IBM created the optimal fan experience at Mercedes-Benz Stadium

Fan engagement is literally embedded into the new home of the Atlanta Falcons thanks to the venue’s technology partnership with IBM. The IT solutions company’s global chief technology architect Ben Brillat reveals how they built the world’s most advanced stadium.

11 July 2018 | By Tom Bassam

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