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SportsPro Live returns for its third edition in 2016, bigger and better than ever. With a new location at London's Wembley Stadium, and a new, expanded two-day format, the broad focus of the event will be on evolution and revolution across the global sports industry. SportsPro Live will showcase brand new concepts, models and technologies that are reshaping the sports and media landscapes, as well as check in with the established entities iterating their way to success in shifting markets and in the face of changing consumer demands.
Finance and governance, broadcast and media rights, digital, and data provide the four key content platforms on which the event programme is being built. Through extensive research and consultation, SportsPro has identified what matters most in the business of sport, and the industry elite will come together to share these insights at SportsPro Live as well as the answers to overcome key business challenges.
SportsPro Live will once again be the best chance for attendees to connect with industry innovators, attain exceptional sports business knowledge, and interact with the industry’s leading executives. It will be the must-attend sports industry event of 2016.
Engage with senior figures from around the world, where 75% of attendees are director level and above
Insider knowledge and know-how from leading international experts who are revolutionising the sports industry
Establish valued connections with over 9 hours of structured, strategic networking opportunities
SportsPro Live attracts some of the most influential names in sport to join the speaker line-up. Experts in their respective fields, they captivate attendees with their knowledge and experience, as well as share an insight into their business challenges and how they have overcome them. Below are the confirmed speakers for the 2016 programme.
President, International Judo Federation
Known for his in-depth experience and knowledge in sports, on all levels, Mr. Marius Vizer started...
Director of Sports & Business, Eurovision
Stefan Kürten has been appointed as Director of Sports & Business in 2009 and is responsible for...
Director of Cycle Sport and Membership, British Cycling
During his professional cycling career, Jonny represented his country at elite level in world...
CEO & Executive Director, Olympic Broadcasting Services (OBS), Olympic Channel Services (OCS)
Yiannis Exarchos, born in Athens in 1964, studied law and film directing. He produced and presented...
Vice Chairman of the Board of Managers & Chief Executive Officer, IRG Sports + Entertainment
With over 20 years of professional experience, Chris Lencheski has authored industry-setting...
Chief Executive Officer, Eurosport
Peter Hutton joined Eurosport as CEO in 2015, charged with strengthening and localising the brand...
Founder & President, Bruin Sports Capital
George Pyne is the founder and president of Bruin Sports Capital, a $250 million privately held...
Managing Director, Goldman Sachs
Mr. Carey began his career as an analyst in 1983 and has over 30 years of stadium, sports, project...
Executive Director, Falcon and Associates
The Right Honourable Sir Hugh Robertson KCMG DL is an Executive Director at Falcon and Associates...
SVP of Product Development, Oracle
Reggie Bradford brings more than 20 years of experience to his role as Senior Vice President of...
Chief Product & Marketing Officer, deltatre
SportsPro Live 2016 Moderator
CEO, West Nally Ltd
SportsPro Live 2016 Moderator
Global Communications Manager, Repucom
SportsPro Live 2016 Moderator
President and Founder, Sports Management Worldwide
SportsPro Live 2016 Moderator
Dr. Lynn Lashbrook is President of Sports Management Worldwide, the first online sports management school, and a respected voice in the sports business community, often serving as a field expert in publications like Sports Illustrated, ESPN the Magazine, Reuters and Sports Business International.
Lashbrook has served at the collegiate level as a coach, scout, recruiter, athletic academic adviser, compliance officer and athletic director. In professional sports, Dr. Lashbrook’s has represented over 100 NFL players, helped save Providence Park stadium in Portland, home of the Timbers, and worked to bring Major League Baseball to Portland.
An accomplished speaker, Dr. Lashbrook has spoken on five of seven continents in addition to hosting and moderating SMWW Career Conferences at major sporting events across the nation.
SMWW offers a global sports education via online courses and audio chats, taught by pillars of the sports industry. SMWW graduates currently work in every major sports league in the world, including the NFL, NHL, MLB, NBA, Rugby, Cricket, MLS and the English Premier League.
Concentrating his marketing and promotional skills on the subject of sport, Patrick Nally helped reinvent many traditional events into sophisticated vehicles through which companies could achieve kudos and exposure. As an entrepreneur and specialist consultant he is therefore widely acknowledged as the ‘founding father’ of modern sports marketing.
With BBC presenter and sports commentator Peter West, Nally founded the West Nally Group in 1969 as a public relations agency with a specialized sporting events mandate. With West as chairman, and managing director Nally its driving force, the company would go on to redefine the sports business industry by pioneering the offering to ‘blue chip’ companies of exclusive, off-the-shelf packages of sponsorship rights to the world’s largest sports tournaments on behalf of the world’s leading sports federations.
Early successes included securing investment to establish the Masters in snooker, the Squash World Open, and an annual one-day cricket competition which would run for three decades in the UK. In 1976, on brokering an agreement to sponsor the FIFA World Cup, the company assured its reputation as a leading innovator within the expanding sports marketing field. Employing over 400 staff in 14 offices across 11 countries in its heyday in the 1980s and 1990s, West Nally has served as partner to, among others, the International Olympic Committee (IOC), the International Rugby Board (IRB),to FIFA and UEFA, the Davis Cup and Federation Cup in tennis, the Hockey World Cup, the International Swimming Federation (FINA), the International Rowing Federation (FISA), the International Cycling Union (UCI), the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF), and the FIS World Ski Cup.
Still very much involved with the development of major sports, in 2009 Nally took up the lead in promoting poker as a mind sport on a global stage. As the current President of the International Federation of Poker (IFP), founded in Lausanne, Switzerland, home of the Olympic movement and most other sports federations, it is his intention to champion poker as a game of strategic skill, alongside chess, bridge, draughts and Go. With more than 50 member nations IFP promotes the game through its unique Match Poker format, which eliminates the luck of draw and utilises smartphones instead of physical cards. While the size and scope of IFP keeps expanding, the goal remains the same: to promote the educational, social and respectable values of poker as a mind sport.
For some years, Nally has also been working with the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) to assist in establishing relationships with international sport federations and explore ways of using sport as a portal for education. Patrick Nally is a lecturer and touring fellow of the World Academy of Sport and a past Academic Director of the IE Business School in Madrid’s Master in Sports Management teaching the use of sport as the ultimate communication medium.
David Cushnan has been Global Communications Manager for Repucom, the trusted advisor in sports and entertainment intelligence, since May 2015. Between 2008 and 2015, he was Editor and then Editor-in-Chief of SportsPro, overseeing the print magazine from launch, the company’s other specialist publications, its website and event content. He has reported on all aspects of the sports industry and interviewed many of world sport’s senior operators, as well as moderating and hosting a variety of conferences, events and private functions including Soccerex, the World Travel Market, the Ivy Sports Symposium, Doha Goals and the first two editions of SportsPro Live. He can be found on Twitter @DavidCushnan.
Carlo De Marchis is the Chief Product Officer at deltatre and has joined the company in 1988; for 26 years now, he has experienced the highest levels of sport all around the world and participated to every step of deltatre’s impressive growth. Today, Carlo De Marchis leads the Company’s Product Strategy with an exclusive drive on Social Media, Multi-platform digital solutions and their interaction with the TV.
Carlo is seen as an innovator, challenger, and visionary, someone who is curious, passionate, assertive, early-adopter. He also has a fanatical user-perspective attention to the quality and usability of what deltatre delivers to clients and end-users.
[email protected] ; www.deltatre.com ; Twitter: @cdm
Stefan Kürten has been appointed as Director of Sports & Business in 2009 and is responsible for EBU /EUROVISION’s business strategy and activities (except news) in the commercial exploitation of the EBU network and in the acquisition and sales of EBU sports rights. He has started his career at the EBU in Nov. 2001 as Director of Eurovision Operations, where he and his team developed and positioned the EUROVISION brand as a global provider of broadcast services for all international top events in news and sports. Stefan Kürten initiated the transfer of the organisation into a successful commercial enterprise with subsidiaries in Europe, US and Asia and extended the EBU network for the provision of worldwide fibre and broadband services. Under his responsibility EBU managed to secure mayor sports rights for its members including Olympic Games 2010/12, Football WC 2010/14, EURO 2012 and World- and European Championships on major summer and winter sports.
Stefan Kürten started his broadcast career at the German national public TV broadcaster ZDF in 1989 as personal advisor to the editor-in-chief during democratization process in Eastern Europe and German unification; 1992 he became Head of Int. Progamme Affairs and from 1996-2001 Controller Sports Rights, when he also served as ZDF Team Leader Olympic Games 98 and 2000; 1998 he was elected as EBU Chairman of the Sports Committee (until 2001).
Stefan Kürten is an international lawyer after studying in universities in Germany, England and Lain America.; he is married and has 2 children
During his professional cycling career, Jonny represented his country at elite level in world championships of three of the sport’s disciplines – road, track and mountain bike.
Along with numerous national titles, Jonny won a bronze medal alongside Sir Bradley Wiggins at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games.
After retiring from competitive cycling in 2000, Jonny was appointed as British Cycling’s regional talent manager for the North East. Four years later, he took over management of the membership department before being appointed to his current role, Director of cycle sport and membership, in 2009.
In this role, Jonny leads the team responsible for all sporting event administration and its development, the delivery of major domestic and international events and identification, training and resourcing of key event officials and volunteers, and the development of future event-related legislation.
This work covers six cycling disciplines – track, road, mountain bike, BMX, cyclo-cross and cycle speedway - including both Olympic and non-Olympic events.
Peter Hutton joined Eurosport as CEO in 2015, charged with strengthening and localising the brand worldwide. In November 2015 Peter spearheaded the successful rebrand of the sports destination with the ambition to become the preferred destination for sports fans everywhere, fueling their passion with great sport’s stories. He is delivering a strategy which will see large scale development of Eurosport to create more locally relevant content with home-grown talent and a dedicated feed in key markets. Peter is also responsible for growing Eurosport’s online live and on demand presence through Eurosport Player, a multi-screen subscription service, and Eurosport.com, Europe’s #1 online sports destination.
Peter has worked in the sports industry for over 30 years in a variety of roles all over the world. Prior to Eurosport, he was CEO at the MP and Silva sports rights agency, and previously he was part of Fox International Channels, driving the launch of their sports business outside the Americas, including the acquisition of Setanta Sports in Africa and ESPN/Star Sports in Asia. He became CEO of ESPN/Star Sports based out of Singapore and oversaw its change into Fox Sports in Asia and Star Sports in India.
Graduating from Cambridge University, Peter began his career as a sports journalist, including being a sports editor for BBC TV and a presenter and commentator for Sky Sports.
George Pyne is the founder and president of Bruin Sports Capital, a $250 million privately held international media, sports, marketing and branded lifestyle company.
Prior to starting Bruin Sports Capital, Pyne was President of IMG Sports and Entertainment, where he was the driving force behind the firm’s remarkable growth, boosting revenues by hundreds of millions of dollars and tripling IMG’s total valuation during his nine year tenure.
Earlier, Pyne served as Chief Operating Officer of NASCAR, becoming the second non-family member in 50 years to join its Board of Directors. Under Pyne’s leadership, NASCAR secured several billion-dollar licensing, sponsorship, investment and media rights partnerships, and became a dominant force in North American sports.
Pyne has been recognized as one of the most influential people in professional sports by Bloomberg BusinessWeek, The Sporting News and Sports Business Journal. He is a member of the Sports Business Journal’s Hall of Fame and the National Football Foundation’s Leadership Hall of Fame. Advertising Age named him as one of its “Top 100 Marketers” and he received lifetime achievement awards from the NCAA and Ivy League Football Association.
Raised in Milford, Massachusetts, Pyne attended Brown University where he earned All-Ivy and All-New England honors and served as captain of the university’s football team. He served on the boards of IMG, NASCAR and 24 Hour Fitness, and is currently on the Board of the National Football Foundation.
Known for his in-depth experience and knowledge in sports, on all levels, Mr. Marius Vizer started from being a judo athlete (at the age of 16) and continued as a coach from 1982 to 1988. He became President of Romanian Judo Federation (1998), continuing after as the President of European Judo Union and Vice President of International Federation (2000) and to finally become the President of IJF (since 2007).
He implemented a number of important and progressive reforms in Judo, which led to a considerable development of this sport. He created the World Judo Tour, a series of annual competitions consisting today of World Championships, World Masters, 5 Grand Slams, 11 Grand Prix organized yearly.
He was also President of SportAccord (2013-2015) and has special recognitions in sport such as Dr. Honoris Causa – from different universities, The Great Cross of the Merit of the Circle of Black Belts – France, and others.
Reggie Bradford brings more than 20 years of experience to his role as Senior Vice President of Product Development at Oracle. In his current role, he is focused on driving Oracle’s vision to become the global leader in Cloud Computing. He also serves as a thought leader speaking and writing about marketing technology, social business and today’s customer experience imperative.
Prior to joining Oracle, Bradford was the founder and CEO of Vitrue, the global leader in cloud based social marketing platform. Vitrue was acquired by Oracle in May 2012 and is now a wholly-owned subsidiary of Oracle. Prior to Vitrue, Bradford held executive management positions at TANDBERG Television, N2 Broadband, and WebMD.
Over the course of his career, Bradford has received a number of industry accolades recognizing his success as an entrepreneur and Internet visionary, including Business Insider’s 2014 Most Influential People in Cloud Computing; Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Distinguished Entrepreneur Award in 2013; Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year Award in 2012. Bradford currently serves on the board of directors of Integrate, a cloud-based marketing and media services provider; Mana Health, a healthcare technology startup which helps physicians glean trends from patient medical record data; and Persado, a marketing technology startup which provides marketers with an automated copywriting software that generates persuasive language to their target audience.
Bradford received a BBA in Finance from the University of Georgia and an MBA from Emory University. He serves on numerous advisory boards including Felix Capital of London and Non-Executive Chairman of Sinefo Ventures. Bradford resides in London with his wife Holly and their six children.
Yiannis Exarchos, born in Athens in 1964, studied law and film directing. He produced and presented cultural and art programmes on Greek TV and Radio and held several management and senior executive positions in a number of broadcast organisations.
Specialising in the broadcast of global sport events, he has served as a top executive for all Olympic Host Broadcasters since Athens 2004. He is currently the CEO of Olympic Broadcasting Services (OBS) and also the Executive Director of the Olympic Channel, leading the IOC’s effort in the launch of the Olympic Channel later this year.
His in-depth media experience and leadership have earned him numerous recognitions, including five Emmy Awards, an award from the Greek NOC for long-term contribution to the Olympic Movement and the Great Wall Friendship Award, in acknowledgment of his contribution to Beijing’s progress and development.
With over 20 years of professional experience, Chris Lencheski has authored industry-setting standards and practice guidelines followed by major entities from network and cable television groups to Fortune 500 companies. He is currently the Vice Chairman of the Board and CEO of IRG Sports + Entertainment (IRGSE). A portfolio company of TPG Specialty Lending, IRGSE is a leading marketer and promoter of sports and live entertainment experiences across the globe.
Prior to IRGSE, Mr. Lencheski was President of Comcast-Spectacor subsidiary Front Row Marketing and Analytics – the 35 offices multi-continent stadia, sports media commercial rights and entertainment agency inside the greater Comcast ecosystem. Before Comcast, Lencheski was Founder, CEO, and President of sports marketing agency SKI & Company, the first-ever global agency of record designation by General Motors for their General Motors Racing group. Chris was also a team owner in NASCAR, as well as owner and governor of the International Hockey League franchise; the Quad City Mallards.
The Right Honourable Sir Hugh Robertson KCMG DL is an Executive Director at Falcon and Associates and is the current Vice Chairman of the British Olympic Association.
Sir Hugh served in the British Government as Minister of State at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office from 2012 to 2014 with responsibility for the Middle East, North Africa and Counter Terrorism.
From 2010 to 2012, he was the Minister for the Olympics where he oversaw the delivery of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games and as Minister for Sport, led an unprecedented period of sporting success for Great Britain. First elected in 2001, Sir Hugh served three consecutive full terms in Parliament, doubling his majority at both the 2005 and 2010 General Elections.
Prior to his career in politics, Sir Hugh worked with financial services firm Schroder Investment Management after being an Officer in the British Armed Forces for over 10 years serving in Bosnia, Cyprus, the Middle East and Northern Ireland.
Sir Hugh was appointed to the Privy Council in 2012 and made a Knight Commander of St Michael and St George in 2014.
Mr. Carey began his career as an analyst in 1983 and has over 30 years of stadium, sports, project finance and infrastructure expertise completing over $140 billion in financing. He has primarily focused on financings in the municipal market, ranging from revenue bond credits and project financings for sports facilities, large toll roads, ports, and public private partnerships (P3s) in the U.S.
Mr. Carey has financed 35 stadiums and arenas including, New Yankee Stadium, Gillette Stadium, Barclays Arena, Levi’s Stadium. He is currently working on the new Stadio della Roma with AS Roma. In 2007, he was named “Top 100 Power Players of Sports” by BusinessWeek and profiled by Bloomberg in January of 2015. Additionally, he served as a professor at New York University, teaching “Investment Analysis of Sports Facilities” through the Tisch Center for Hospitality, Tourism, and Sports Management.
Earned an AB in Economics from Harvard College in 1983
International executives from all sectors of professional sport attend SportsPro Live. This includes federations, associations and governing bodies; professional sports teams, clubs, leagues and tournaments; agencies and rights holders; established and potential sports sponsors; venues and destinations; sports media; and ancillary industries.
SportsPro Live offers attendees over 20 hours of exceptional networking and educational time. It's where the who’s who of the industry congregate to share knowledge and information, as well as reunite and connect with peers.
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22-23 March, 2016 | Wembley Stadium, London
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SportsPro Live will be one of the most critical sports business events hosted in the UK in 2016, and will provide the perfect vehicle for partners and exhibitors to engage directly with their target audience.
The only sports business event to focus on the evolution and revolution in the sports industry, SportsPro Live will create the ideal platform for thought leadership, extended audience engagement, and extensive audience reach.
To find out how SportsPro Live can elevate your business, please contact a member of the team:
|Bobby Hare||Mark Baring|
|Senior Business Development Manager||Business Development Manager|
|[email protected]||[email protected]|
|+44(0)207 549 3250||+44(0)207 549 3250|
One of the most modern and breathtaking arenas in the world, Wembley Stadium is home to the England national side, as well as the FA Cup Final and Semi Finals, The Football League Cup Final, The FA Community Shield, The Football League Play Off Finals and The Rugby Football League Challenge Cup Final. The stadium also regularly hosts other major sporting events including a regular season NFL game and epic music concerts.
The most striking, highly visible feature of the stadium is a 133m tall arch that sits above the north stand. With a span of 315 metres, the arch is the longest single span roof structure in the world and is visible right across London.
Getting to Wembley
There are three tube stations servicing Wembley Stadium. Wembley Park, Wembley Central and Wembley Stadium. Click here to download a map to locate where the stations are positioned.
The following buses run from Wembley Central and Wembley Park station to the Stadium: - 83, 92 and 182.
For more information visit Transport for London: https://tfl.gov.uk/
The preferred hotel of SportsPro Live, the Hilton London Wembley, is offering attendees an exclusive 20% discount on reservations booked for the 21st March – 24th March 2016 inclusive. Guests can choose to book one night or more, depending on their required length of stay. The discount is applicable to SportsPro Live attendees only and is off the total booking cost.
To book a reservation and benefit from this special offer, please visit the Hilton London Wembley's dedicated booking page.
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