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CSR in sports – football with a lifesaving ability – #GoodForGoals

”Sports for all” is highly associated with sports in Denmark, e.g. with the intentions of the National Olympic Committee and Sports Confederation of Denmark (Danmarks Idræts-Forbund/DIF). The slogan covers the cultural contents of the Danish sports landscape and also leads me to emphasize the potential and popularity of the intersection between sports and corporate social […]

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Data management is the new ‘winning’ approach in the business of sports

If you want to WIN in the business of sports, data management is a trend with the potential to create a positive turnaround for your business. You must learn how to turn data into optimal sporting performances and into business opportunities. Building a data bridge from the sporting to the business side Earlier this year, […]

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Football economy – ‘living’ the brand of Real Madrid

The preaching vision of Real Madrid’s commercial partnership with the ‘Microsoft Cloud’ brand is to open the stadium to 450 million fans. The vision tells the story of technology being a great facilitator of fan engagement and sponsorship activation.   One of the biggest challenges for sports properties in the postmodern era is to establish […]

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The passion of sports fan culture – case of Seattle Sounders vs. Portland Timbers derby

The derby between Seattle Sounders and Portland Timbers reflects two US cities that just embrace their soccer teams and thus help to build unique fan cultures. So, although the MLS and football (soccer) in the US is new in the professionalized version that we experience today, there are still great lessons to learn about sports […]

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Football Economy: The English Premier League broke the transfer spending record

The English Premier League broke with a summer transfer spending of £870 mio. the previous transfer window shopping record. This is an increase of approximately 4% from last year’s record of £835 mio. Another record was broken on the transfer market as the accumulative spending for the January and summer transfer windows surpassed the £1 […]

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