As leading sports media and technology company Minute Media turns its attention to esports with its DBLTAP app, Duncan McMonagle, its senior vice president of strategy and partnerships, shares its strategy for the future and his wider opinions on the state of the esports industry.
After World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) named Lagardère Sports as its international sponsorship sales agency, SportsPro takes a look at how the agency is preparing to work with a brand that straddles the divide between sports and entertainment, and how the move reflects broader industry trends.
Sophie Goldschmidt brings a wealth and range of sports marketing experience to her new role as chief executive of the World Surf League. She explains what has convinced her to move from London to Santa Monica and why she believes surfing is poised to make a global breakthrough.
Jeff Zaltman, the chief executive of Air Race 1, explains the origins of the series, reveals his plans for its development, and discusses the commercial opportunities around the sport.
The 54-year-old Grey Cup winner sets out his stall for the CFL commissionership and explains why now could be an “opportunistic” moment to take Canadian football to a global audience.
Mark Cameron, Land Rover's head of global marketing, speaks to SportsPro about the car giant's campaigns within rugby union and sailing, along with the potential to work with other sports in the future.
With the ATP confirming a new title sponsor and a longer stay in London for its season-ending ATP Finals, executive chairman Chris Kermode talks through his expectations for that event and for men's tennis, on the brink of a generational shift.
Brendan Taylor, Wasserman's executive vice president and head of golf, EMEA, talks to SportsPro about how the sport has changed in his two decades working in it, and his hopes for future development.
Beth Greve was appointed chief commercial officer of the World Surf League late last month. A digital media specialist, she shares her targets and expectations for the new role.
Anton Sealey, president of the Bahamas Football Association (BFA), discusses the benefits of being the host nation of Fifa’s Beach Soccer World Cup and what the event’s legacy will be.
Ryan Montoya, the chief technology officer at the Sacramento Kings, explains why the team's Golden 1 Center is the ‘most technologically advanced arena in the world’.
New Zealander Sarai Bareman joined Fifa in November in the newly created role Fifa chief women's football officer. She spoke to SportsPro at the Football Talks conference in Portugal in March about the challenges and opportunities facing the sport at the halfway point between two editions of the Fifa Women's World Cup.
In the first in a new occassional series bringing you features from our archives, SportsPro revisits this interview with Brighton chief executive Paul Barber, conducted in the winter of 2015.
David Grevemberg, the chief executive of the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF), talks to SportsPro about the collapse of Durban 2022 and the future of the event.
The International Surfing Association’s outspoken president on the paddle boarding controversy, surfing at the Olympic Games and how to keep the sport ‘cool’
Wales is building on its burgeoning reputation as a host of major global events by staging the Uefa Champions League final, among many other showpiece occasions. Rob Holt, director of tourism development and major events, talks SportsPro through the country’s sporting plans.