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Innovation, glamour, excitement and maximum speed – business case of F1 star Lewis Hamilton

Lewis Hamilton is a sporting super star athlete succeeding in crafting an image that blends the ‘full speed’ perception of a Formula 1 champion with the energy and coolness that helps to differentiate Hamilton from most of his competitors in F1 and the world of sports. These characteristics has shaped Hamilton’s image for years and […]

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Latest trends in the sports world – the role of sport event management companies – a practical perspective from India

Guest blog written by Rahul Sharma, content writer & sports analyst specialized in the business of sports who has been associated with the Front Foot group – (Kenneth Cortsen, ed.). The world of sports is a place of happenings, and throughout the year, there will be some event or the other, which attracts the attention of the general […]

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The impact of technology and other WINNING investments on the business of sports

As a result of the rapid growth of commercialization and globalization in the business of sports, it has been stressed that sport is about WINNING. Although, this statement may seem cynical for some people it is clear that the business of sports in our contemporary society is about making a positive difference on and off […]

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Happy New Year and welcome to 2014 – another year full of ‘sport management perspectives’ – looking back at defining moments in the second half of 2013

In the sports year 2013, July offered Great Britain a vital moment when Andy Murray (Scotland) was crowned champion after defeating Novak Djokovic in the final and thus won the Wimbledon men’s singles title to break 77 years of British misery in the most prestigious tennis tournament. Murray’s title added to the Scotsman’s marketability and […]

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