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Selfiekulturen lever i sportens verden

Gæsteindlæg skrevet af Mathias Gonzalez, stud. PBA Sportsmanagement (red. Kenneth Cortsen) Vi lever i en tid, hvor man uhæmmet tager billeder og ’selfies’ af alt. Jeg vil gå så langt som til at kalde vores generation for ’selfie-generationen’. Selfie-udviklingen skaber brandingmæssige muligheder Alene fra 2014 til 2017 har der været en stigning på hele 16.2% […]

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CRM og fanrelationer i fodboldøkonomien – søg at overgå de traditionelle produkt- og servicetilbud

Billeder: Fra AaBs træningskamp mod HSV i Flensburg ultimo juli 2015. Som led i den professionaliseringsproces, som fodboldøkonomien har gennemgået er der kommet stigende fokus på at pleje fanrelationerne. Ansættelse af fankoordinatorer i klubberne i topfodbolden internationalt samt i den danske Alka Superliga har været et led i denne udvikling. Det er en naturlig forlængelse […]

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Fan relationship management as a way to go beyond traditional product and service offerings – including case insights into the football club AaB of the Danish Super League

  Photos: From AaB’s training match vs. HSV from the German Bundesliga in Flensburg. Due to the professionalization and commercialization of football (and sports in general), the postmodern football economy is characterized by increased focus on fan relations. In that regard, the Danish Super League and its clubs have joined this trend and hired fan […]

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The emotional and creative nature of sports economy = activation opportunities and ROIs

Entities in the business of sports possess extraordinary assets that make them somewhat recession proof if competition and market-orientation is tackled in the right manner. From 2008 and through the following four to five years, society faced financial turmoil that also influenced the business of sports in terms of an enhanced fight for sponsorship money […]

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Fan engagement in the business of sports in 2015

About a week ago, I came home from a good visit in Boston planned due to an inspirational collaboration with Professor Stephen Greyser from Harvard Business School. In his book The Business of Sports, Stephen deals with a holistic approach in terms of analyzing the vitality and omnipresence of sports fans and how these fans […]

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