September 15 | New York City
New York Marriott Marquis, Times Square
To continue to recognize women who are having a major impact on sports business, SportsBusiness Journal will publish our sixth annual Game Changers: Women in Sports Business special feature the week of September 12. On September 15, we will be hold our fourth annual 2016 Game Changers Conference at the New York Marriott Marquis, Times Square. The Game Changers Conference is a one-day event which will focus on the multiple ways in which women intersect with sports. Built into the program are ample networking opportunities, including a networking reception at the conclusion of the event where the current year’s honorees will be recognized.Register Now
September 20 - 22 | Minneapolis, MN
The Commons Hotel
The industry’s most senior meeting on ticketing and facility and franchise management examines the latest in venue technology, provides insight from various franchise and league executives, as well as show best-in-class examples of ticketing, revenue generation and sponsorship integration.Register Now
October 5 - 6 | Manhattan Beach, Calif.
Manhattan Beach Marriott
The NeuLion Sports Media & Technology is celebrating its 18th anniversary and, over the years, has become known as the conference that brings together the thought leaders who are shaping the sports media landscape.
November 9 - 10 | New York City
Crowne Plaza, Times Square
Since 2003, the Symposium has drilled down into the marketing plans of some of the most active brands in sports. Through a series of in-depth case studies, roundtable discussions and featured interviews, the program addresses best practices and emerging trends in sports marketing.Register Now
December 7 - 8 | New York City
The New York Marriott Marquis, Times Square
A "must attend" event since 2002 for anyone involved in the business of college sports, the Learfield Intercollegiate Athletics Forum provides an "insiders view" by offering firsthand insights from those directly shaping the future of intercollegiate athletics -- athletic directors, university presidents, conference commissioners, coaches, academic advisers, media and corporate sponsors.Register Now