top menu

Archive | Best Of

Socialism and Capitalism in sports

Super Bowl – kapitalisme, socialisme og stor impact

Der er et interessant spændingsfelt mellem kapitalisme og socialisme i NFL samt i det omkringliggende samfund – særligt på et tidspunkt, hvor det politisk klima i landet er højspændt. Den amerikanske model med NFL i spidsen begrebsliggør og levendegør ’competitive balance’, hvor noget af ligaens samlede indtægtsgenerering deles, hvilket gør, at mindre hold som Green […]

Continue Reading 0
IMG_6879

Stephen Curry & Golden State Warriors scoring points on the court and in #SportsBiz

A professional sports league is synonymous with its athletes. However, there are different scales for superstars and Stephen Curry stands out. He is an emphatic and intelligent player who has gone beyond local, regional and national status and become a face of the league and a proud athletic icon of not only the Bay Area […]

Continue Reading 0
IMG_5343

Major League Soccer: How the economics of co-branding will help the MLS grow its business. Part 1

Co-branding and co-creation are vital elements in shaping a football/soccer culture on North American soil. The MLS has come a long way since the first game was played in 1996. However, a football/soccer culture is not built overnight in a nation that still climbs to the NFL and the pervasive power of Super Bowl as […]

Continue Reading 0
Michigan

How to capitalize on the technological bridge between sponsorship, media content and fan engagement in sports

In a sports landscape with an evident and widespread globalization pattern, it is as if this sports context is galvanized back to the era in which Da Vinci and Newton made their first discoveries. When analyzing the current sports business agenda, there are many opportunities that go beyond the mix of traditional fan engagement and […]

Continue Reading 0
IMG_6160

NBA, LeBron James and global branding of basketball

The presence of super star players reflects a profitable narrative in the sports-entertainment-nexus of the American sports economy and the NBA. In historic light, the NBA is a sports product, which was boosted by the successful co-branding associated with players like Michael Jordan, Larry Bird, Charles Barkley, Hakeem Olajuwon, Julius Erving, Earvin ’Magic’ Johnson and […]

Continue Reading 0