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Minding My Business With York Univ. Sports Marketing Instructor Vijay Setlur

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 08 / 24 / 16

Name : Vijay Setlur Title : York Univ. Schulich School of Business Sports Marketing Instructor (Toronto); Visual Sports Dir Marketing & Communications Age : 41 Where I’m from : Toronto Focusing on right now : Schulich becoming a talent pipeline for the Canadian sports indu...

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