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Overview of Sports Business Industry (1-11)

Overview of the Sports Business Industry: This presentation gives a brief overview about of the sports business industry.
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Aaron Wright

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Transcript of Overview of Sports Business Industry (1-11)

Media Sports Business Industry Marketing
Agencies Intercollegiate
Athletics FIBA FIFA THE OLYMPIC
MOVEMENT PROFESSIONAL SPORTS Corporate
Sponsorship AMATEUR
SPORTS Interscholastic
Athletics Youth
Sports National
Governing
Bodies World Championships International
Federations Sporting
Goods Players' Unions Team Sports Olympic
Games (IOC) Broadcast Networks
CBS, ABC, NBC, Fox Cable Networks
ESPN
Golf Channel
Big 10 Network JOB FUNCTION
Consulting
Sponsorship
Player Representation
Event Management
Marketing
Finance and Accounting
Law (Representation, Counsel)
Management
Marketing
Broadcasting (TV, Radio)
Facility Management
Licensing and Merchandising
Service Haverford College
BA Political Science
Wales
Played and coached basketball
HS Athletic Director/teacher/coach
Middlebury College
Athletic Facility Coordinator
Ohio University
MBA/MSA Class of 2005
Instructor, Sport Management
MAA Program Coordinator The Paralympic
Games USA Basketball
USA Skiing
US Soccer Organizating
Committee for
the Olympic Games Individual
Sports UFC PGA Tour NBA NHL MLB NASCAR LPGA WTA/ATP WNBA NFL NCAA (Divisions I,2&3)
BCS
NJCAA
NCCAA NFHS
State Associations
Conferences/Leagues Aaron Wright Instructor
Sport Management

Director
MAA Program World
Curling
Federation X-Games Boxing EPL Rugby GMR AEG
http://www.aegworldwide.com/home.html
Octagon http://www.imgworld.com/ Print Media Online Media
Team, league websites Careers in the
Sports Business Industry How to get started:

Major in Sport Management
(or related major)
Explore career opportunities
about.com
trade journals (SportsBusiness Journal)
informational interviews
Get experience
Volunteer
Internships (teamworkonline.com) Recreation Departments
Boys and Girls Clubs
AAU
YMCAs NFLPA
MLBPA
NBPA
NHLPA TODAY'S AGENDA:
What is the Sports Business Industry?
What types of jobs are in the industry?
How can you get started on a career in sports? What is the Sports Business Industry? The sport industry is the cluster of
The firms and organizations that produce sport activities;
The firms and organizations that provide products and services to support the production of sport activities.
The firms and organizations that sell and trade products related to sport activities. Recreational
Sports Adult Sports
Outdoor Recreation
Fitness Centers
Municipal Recreation Facilities Two main sectors:
The sport activity producing sector - The firms and organizations that produce sport games, events, and services.
The sport supporting sector - The firms and organizations are in the role of (1) providing products and services to support the production of sport activities, and (2) Selling and trading products that are related to sport activities The Sport Activity Producing Sector
Professional and semiprofessional teams
Intercollegiate/Interscholastic athletics
Municipal and county recreation departments
Sports, athletic and fitness clubs
Independent professional athletes and other independent activity producers Sport Supporting Sector
Administrative or regulatory athletic associations
Sporting goods manufacturers, wholesalers and retailers
Sports facilities and buildings
Sport media
Sport management firms
State, municipal and county sports commissions and authorities
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