The Inside Track | The Latest Sports Industry News, Insights & Inspiration

  • Thriving in a Changing World
    The future is unpredictable, but we can adapt for the upcoming changes. Graeme Codrington discusses the future of work, providing a set of workplace skills that you can adopt in order to thrive in these turbulent times.
  • Sir Craig Reedie, President of World Anti-Doping Agency, recounts his career path and shares his advice of leadership in the sport business world, and maintaining transparency in sports.
  • Personal fitness apps and devices continue to be the driving force behind a sector at the heart of a technology revolution. We uncover some of the latest developments.
  • OTT has been a growing phenomenon, and sports is no exception. Eurosport have identified the opportunities in the market, and intend to capitalise on it.
  • Ambitious to succeed but where do you go from here? GlobalSportsJobs speaks to leaders for what it takes achieve success in a sport business career.
  • We go behind the scenes to see how clubs and teams are embracing technology and data to give them the competitive edge, while also providing talent a new career pathway through this burgeoning sector.
  • The New Norm report is an ambitious set of reforms that will provide cities with increased flexibility in designing the Games to meet long-term development goals of the Olympic movement. We investigate.
  • Mark Harrison, CEO of The T1 Agency, shares his wealth of experience on how smaller properties can make a big impact in sports sponsorship, an environment traditionally dominated by the big brands.
  • How sports venues are used after 'mega-events' is a key commercial topic in sport. Sports Business educations, such as Leicester Castle Business School, address the importance of 'Legacy' in a global business.
  • emlyon Business School explores how the sport industry and its ever changing structure is transforming throughout the fitness industry, and provide a comprehensive training course that helps you to understand the complexity of sport economics.
  • Dive into the world of eSports: a new generation of participants, spectators, and sponsors inimitably attracted to the confluence of technology, gaming, tribalism, and commercial opportunity.
  • MotoGP is stepping up its efforts to create a product that is appealing to every kind of fan. Managing director, Pau Serracanta, says that the series is in "constant evolution", and 2018 will see it continue to build on its budding esports venture.
  • Claude Ruibal of Infront Sport & Media discusses how rights holders and sponsors can leverage digital solutions and new technologies, such as Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence to become part of the conversation and enhance the fan experience.
  • Paris will host the 2024 Paralympic Games, its first summer Paralympics, followed by Los Angeles in 2028. Find out the impact on these cities, and how they are preparing.
  • Few organisations, if any, can claim anything like the success that Netflix has had, especially over the last few years. The sports world could learn a lesson or two from the industry disruptor…
  • Two Circles has been named one of the Sunday Times 100 Best Small Companies to work for in 2018.
  • Craig Foster, Fernando Revilla and Grétar Steinsson, three former football players currently professionals in football offices, give their views on the difficulty for players to retrain and put their talent toward the professionalisation of the football industry.
  • In September 2017, Mr Parsons became the third President in the history of the IPC. We find out more about his life since his appointment and his plans for the future of the International Paralympic Movement.  
  • The hidden face of the Olympics, the people behind the glitz and glamour; we take a look at the wonderful but challenging experience of working at the Olympic Games.
  • The 2018 Winter and Paralympic Games provide further ample evidence of the convergence of sport and technology. We take a look at the innovations making an appearance at PyeongChang.