With the San Francisco Deltas shutting down operations Nov. 24, 2017, only 2 years after declaring how “tech would disrupt sports,” I hope that there are lessons to be learned from all of this. I hope that this will create enough pause for those who routinely call out ticket sales
I’m not as amazed as I should be by the blog post by SF Delta’s CEO Brian Andrés Helmick, who as with many tech folks, tend to misread that application of their devices goes way beyond just the illusion of having more technology at your finger tips. Last year, The
http://traffic.libsyn.com/sportstaopodcast/TaoEp0752.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSTod Caflisch has had an amazing year on the job in Minnesota, bringing U.S. Bank Stadium online, as well as ensuring that a variety of new events have gone off without a hitch while implementing a new DAS and WiFi system.
http://traffic.libsyn.com/sportstaopodcast/TaoEp0653.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSTechnology not only changes the sales person, but also the customer. Sales Hacker Author Max Altschuler explains how the growth of new devices has altered the way that customers are willing to receive messaging and sales propositions, and how new sales
http://traffic.libsyn.com/sportstaopodcast/Taoep0545.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSThe majority of social network discussions in sports happen around the idea of using Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn or Instagram. But new on the scene is Fancred, a fan social media system that now has partnerships with The Carolina Panthers, Boston Red
The attendance issue continues to foster ideas. That’s a good thing. If the sports industry is expected to survive and thrive, it needs to calculate a way that allows the optics of the environment to be showcased to viewers at home. Every marketer talks about getting fans in the building