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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Fan engagement in the business of sports in 2015
By Kenneth Cortsen on February 7, 2015 in Best Of, Sport & Events, Sport & Media Relations, Sport Economy, Sport Management, Sport Marketing
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 […]
What star players are top sellers in the NFL?
By Kenneth Cortsen on January 22, 2014 in Sport Economy, Sport Management, Sport Marketing
According to Forbes, NFL brings in over $9 billion in revenues and the average NFL team is worth around $1.2 billion. The latter is a 30% increase since Commissioner Roger Goodell took over in 2006. Revenues from merchandise sales account for an essential part of NFL’s business model. Super stars like QBs Colin Kaepernick and Peyton […]