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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 […]

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The Economics of Fan Engagement: why fan engagement is important

Fan engagement has evolved in recent years to a new innovative approach, which perceives sports fans in relation to a wholesale growth strategy used by elite organizations for profit maximization. These developments call for a more economic and deliberate approach in order to capitalize on the commoditization of sports fans. This article will review the […]

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Cultivating market places in the business of sports – part 2

To understand the premise of the interactive aspect of market places in the postmodern sports economy, the accumulated value from interactions with potential and current customers (e.g. fans and sponsors) is a good indicator. However, to influence a sports-related organization’s market behavior, it is essential to focus on what the sports-related organization measure and how […]

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Digital opportunities lead to a new future for the business of sports.

The business of sports is an industry, which offers diverse opportunities in terms of commercial involvement and business development. From sponsorship displays on game days to huge activation platforms and campaigns, there are many opportunities to bring players, coaches, fans and other stakeholders together. The huge broadcasting deal regarding the Premier League in English football […]

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Growth of e-sports

The growing business of e-sports does not seem to slow down

While everybody is commenting and elaborating on the new £5.136 billion television rights deal of the Premier League in England, there is a new trend in the sports market, which has the potential to change the ways in which we experience and consume sports. Newzoo conducted the Global Esports Report, which strives to illustrate a […]

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