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Strong Out Of The Box: Sports Innovation Lab Signs 10 Launch Customers

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 01 / 23 / 17

Ten companies have signed on as launch customers of the Sports Innovation Lab, a sports technology research and consulting firm founded by a trio that includes IOC Exec Board member ANGELA RUGGIERO and former NFLer ISAIAH KACYVENSKI . The company expects future clients to spend at least $100,000 ...

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