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Football and power – an inevitable marriage in the most popular sport worldwide

Football is a ‘money game’, which I have highlighted in previous posts on this blog. As a result of the huge flow of money in the most appealing and popular sport globally, there are also significant ramifications such as the natural power battles and missions, which are often interrelated with apparent cashflows. Football has undergone […]

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The football transfer market illustrates the transformation economy

Pine & Gilmore’s (1999) bestselling book “The Experience Economy – work is theater & every business a stage” marked the concept’s (i.e. experience economy) rapid blossoming. Following the development of economic offerings, which ranges from the economization of 1) commodities (in the agrarian economy), 2) goods (in the industrial economy), 3) services (in the service economy) […]

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Football & Sports Economy: The commercial stakes are high when sports properties fail to deliver

Economic indicators point to the fact that there are much money at stake for sports properties and their commercial stakeholders when betting on the ‘certainty’ that a specific sports property will succeed on the playing field. Overall, football is the most popular and commercially developed sport in Denmark and in many other countries worldwide. Thus, […]

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The business of sport may be the impetus to boost your profit-making abilities

“Just as the Internet provided the communications architecture enabling the disruption and reorganization of the global musical economy, the ‘media sport content economy’ is undergoing a parallel transformation” (Hutchins & Rowe, 2010, p. 4). As you can interpret from the citation above, the ‘media sport content economy’ is changing and that brings change for corporations. […]

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