SportsPro spoke to Vincent Wiskowski, the United Soccer League’s director of digital projects and emerging technology, and Shaka Arnon, head of US operations at WSC Sports, to learn more about the second-tier division’s new automated video platform and the opportunities it will provide.
Vincent Gaillard, EPCR chief executive and Heineken’s global sponsorship director Hans Erik Tuijt explain to SportsPro the implications of the companies reuniting for the European Champions Cup.
John Amaechi, former NBA player turned psychologist and consultant at Amaechi Performance Systems, discusses the need for sport to create a diverse leadership that reflects the communities it represents, and the lack of meaningful action so far.
John West, founder and chief executive of Whistle Sports, discusses how the digital sports media company will use its new partnership with Andrea Radrizzani’s Aser and Eleven Sports to expand into new markets and deliver a social viewing experience that aims to satisfy younger, digital-native audiences.
Jon Dutton, chief executive of the 2021 Rugby League World Cup, speaks exclusively to SportsPro on why the sixth edition of the tournament in England will be the most watched ever, and how it can alter the perception of the sport in the country.
Moya Dodd, former Australian national women’s team soccer player and current member of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) discusses the reality of diversity quotas within the sports industry, the need to challenge discrimination, and the importance of role models if sport is to enact sustainable change.
SportsPro spoke to three executives at international sports marketing company Octagon about maximising ROI for its clients in Russia this summer.
In an attempt to avoid the pitfalls that have befallen previous major event hosts, Morocco has chosen to pursue a sustainable model for its 2026 World Cup bid. Here, SportsPro assesses the merits of a new kind of host offer.
For years, the domestic narrative around Nascar has centred on its dwindling event attendances, falling TV viewership and mounting sponsorship struggles. Yet the growing international ambitions of stock-car racing’s preeminent series tell an altogether different story.
Panam Sports president Neven Ilic discusses his modernisation strategy for the 78-year-old body, as preparations for the Lima 2019 Pan American Games continue apace.
After three previous unsuccessful bids, Turkey has once again thrown its hat into the ring to stage the Uefa European Championship. Servet Yardimci, vice president of the Turkish Football Federation (TFF), discusses why the country is a deserving host for Euro 2024 and its edge over rival bidder Germany.
Suresh Letchmanan, managing director of Borussia Dortmund Asia Pacific, outlines how the German soccer club are looking to establish a foothold in the Asian market, and explains how they are aiming to replicate their fan-first approach across the region.
Brad Gerber, National Hot Rod Association vice president of sales and chief development officer, lifts the lid on how the series has grown commercially and its plans for the future.
Sean O’Connor, co-founder and chief commercial officer at STATSports, discusses the sports technology firm’s ground-breaking player monitoring partnership with US Soccer, and explains how the company became a market leader.
As Ireland prepare to take their first steps into the Test cricket arena against Pakistan on Friday, Warren Deutrom, chief executive of Cricket Ireland, explains how the organisation has got to this point, and outlines how its full-member status has opened up a wealth of opportunities going forward.
Ahead of the start of this week’s 101st Giro d’Italia, SportsPro's Richard Partridge caught up with Paulo Bellino, managing director at race organiser RCS Sport, to talk about cycling's first Grand Tour of the year, his plans for the future, and the company’s recent UCI Tour races in Dubai and Abu Dhabi.