Soccerex are delighted to launch the Conference Concept for the Soccerex Asian Forum, Qatar, 4th-5th December. The Forum will tackle a wide range of topics from regional topics such as delivering major events, commercial growth and performance.
This week's football round up includes ‘heavier’ Ronaldo’s latest investment in eSports, some disappointing news for our beloved Jeff Stelling, the rescue of English football’s infamous Den and why eating chocolate in front of the football is about to become a whole lot more acceptable!
Soccerex are delighted to launch the Conference Concept for the Soccerex Global Convention 2017, taking place at the Manchester Central Convention Complex, 4-6 September. The Conference will tackle a wide range of topics from stadia design, sponsorship, international investment to the latest in performance technology and the rise of fan generated content.
In the aftermath of the ESSMA Stadium Management Workshop in London, ESSMA, Soccerex's content partners, developed a case study to dig deeper into the covered topics. The main goal was to show how Stadium Management should be incorporated from the very beginning, even during the construction process and how innovative approaches can contribute to a better customer experience and sustainable environment.
The Soccerex Asian Forum drew to a close last week, with delegates returning home to reflect on two busy days of networking, business conversations and insight on Qatar’s preparations for the 2022 FIFA World Cup™ and the development of the Asian football industry. They can also look forward to further opportunities in 2017 following the confirmation that the Asian Forum will return to Doha on 4-5 December next year.
Our weekly round up collects the week's best football business stories in one place. This week’s edition features a Premier League first for Bournemouth, Nike further showing their market dominance, an innovative partnership from LaLiga and the first step towards implementing video referees in competitive football, enjoy!
Our weekly round up collects the week's best football business stories in one place. This week’s edition features the exciting launch of football's own digital content platform, Roma's new sustainability drive, an update on the stadium which won't be hosting the England team but will be staging the 2022 World Cup final and further strategy development at Adidas as they enhance their focus on the women's game.
All India Football Federation General Secretary, Kushal Das and UAE Football Association General Secretary, Mohammed Hazzam Al Dhaheri will head up a panel entitled “Breaking New Ground: Asia’s New Football Event Hosts” at the upcoming Soccerex Asian Forum, Doha, Qatar, 5-6 December.
The Soccerex Asian Forum, 5-6 December in Doha, will welcome three of football’s foremost European experts sharing their wealth of experience on subjects ranging from player development and tournament preparations to the future of the beautiful game.
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Data and insightful independent analysis on variables that influence squad designs and player transfers at main European Clubs.
With the increasing value being attributed to young players, this report provides insight into the hottest prospects on the market.