As the NFL returns to London on Sunday, Mark Waller, the league’s executive vice president of international, discusses the league’s growth outside the US and where the opportunities lie for the future.
Nick Arcuri, the vice president of products at OMNIGON, outlines the fan engagement benefits of the company's new content delivery platform, Corebine.
The World Snooker Federation (WSF) was launched last week and its president Jason Ferguson exclusively discusses how the new federation will help snooker become an Olympic and Paralympic sport.
Dana Dar, director of product marketing, sports and events at global channel and content distribution network MX1, tells SportsPro about the company’s formation, the challenges that it has faced, and the opportunities opening up in the sector over the coming years.
Ahead of this month’s International Cycling Union presidential election, its incumbent chief discusses the sport's reputation, what he did right in his first term, his election manifesto, Wanda, and the battle with doping.
Sam Jones, the new chief executive of OverTier, discusses how NFL Game Pass has enhanced its offering for European customers, and explains why he believes it is the world’s leading OTT sports product.
Ahead of his appearance at The Brand Conference, Will Dean, founder and chief executive of Tough Mudder, discusses how his Harvard Business School competition entry has grown into a global mass participation event.
With the addition of two South African franchises - the Southern Kings and the Cheetahs - to its roster of European teams, the Guinness Pro 14 can now lay claim to being a truly global rugby union club competition. Wth a new season just underway, chief executive Martin Anayi discusses how the logistics of a dual-hemisphere league will work, the prospect of expanding the Pro14 further, and how he plans to help globalise the game at club level.
With the 29th Summer Universiade underway in Taipei, International University Sports Federation (Fisu) president Oleg Matytsin explains the organisation's hosting model and its plan to get sport to the heart of education.
With the SEA Games underway in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Major Events general manager Tony Nagamaiah explains how the multi-sport event fits into a wider national hosting strategy.
James Young, Lucozade Ribena Suntory’s head of partnerships, discusses the campaigns that are broadening the brand’s target audience, and shares his thoughts on the power of partnerships with marketable stars like Anthony Joshua and Harry Kane.
Earlier this month ITN Productions agreed a deal with athletics’ global governing body, the IAAF, to form a joint venture for the host broadcasting and media production of the sport’s major events. Alastair Waddington, the ITN Productions director of sport, explains how the partnership came together and how it will work.
SportsPro speaks to Brent Scrimshaw, co-founder and chief executive officer of social video platform Unscriptd, to learn more about how global sports stars are using the platform to build their brand.
Edel Mitchell, head of international events prospecting and bidding unit at tourism body Fáilte Ireland, tells SportsPro about bidding for and hosting the Women’s Rugby World Cup, and how it can help to attract further major events to the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.
As the London 2017 World Athletics Championships begin, UK Athletics and local organising committee chief executive Niels de Vos talks to SportsPro about the value of winning, the future of the sport, and preparations for an event that will evoke memories of the city’s Olympics five years ago.
Neil Armit, chief commercial officer of the Royal & Ancient, reflects on a hugely successful Open Championship at Royal Birkdale Golf Club, and discusses the difficulty in striking a balance between golf’s traditions and an evolving sports landscape.