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Bayern Munich Signs Premium Partnership Agreement With Software Company SAP

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 08 / 20 / 14

Bayern Munich has a new premium partner. The Bundesliga club signed an agreement with software manufacturer SAP SE for an initial three-year term. The partnership aims for sporting and commercial success through the use of innovative technologies, with the goal of simplifying and efficiently structu...

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05/17/13
Singh: India Will Return To Olympic Fold

Indian Sports Minister Jitendra Singh said in a press conference on Thursday that the Indian government has no intentions "to interfere with the Indian Olympic Association proceedings," according to the TIMES OF INDIA. India has pried open the door that will allow it to re-enter the Olympic movement ...

Tags: Olympics, India

05/16/13
Boca Juniors Open India Football School

Argentine football club Boca Juniors "launched the first ever Boca Juniors Football School India," according to IANS. Boca Juniors "will be the first Latin American football club to launch a football school in India." The club "plans to take the BJFSI around the country with the first school being l ...

Tags: International Football, India

05/16/13
India Eyes Return To Olympics

India has assured the IOC of the Olympic movement's autonomy in the country "in a first step toward mending relations after the nation was banned from the Olympics over government interference," according to Karolos Grohmann of REUTERS. The IOC said, "(India's) Sports Minister Jitendra Singh gave st ...

Tags: Olympics, India

05/16/13
Indian Clubs May Cut Renewal Contracts

The crisis brought about by multi-level marketing companies that have been putting money in popular Indian football clubs like Kingfisher East Bengal and Mohun Bagan AC "is now threatening to hit the players as their contracts come up for renewal next month," according to Digbijay Mishra of the Indi ...

Tags: International Football, India

05/15/13
OCA Urges IOC Not To Meet With IOA

The Olympic Council of Asia has thrown its weight behind the Indian Olympic Association's disgruntled acting-President V.K. Malhotra and Secretary General Randhir Singh, according to the PTI. The OCA "has urged the IOC against meeting officials from the suspended IOA" during Wednesday's crucial join ...

Tags: Olympics, India

05/10/13
ICC Finds No Evidence Of Corruption

The Int'l Cricket Council conceded Friday there was "confusion" in a vote for a place on one of its committees, according to the AP. The election has raised allegations of vote fixing and led the int'l players' association "to formally request an ethics committee investigation." Cricket's gover ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, India

05/10/13
Indian Officials To Boycott IOC Meeting

A crucial meeting on India’s bid to return to the Olympic fold "was thrown into doubt Thursday when a senior Indian Olympic Association official objected to the IOC inviting a rival faction to the talks," according to C. Rajshekhar Rao of the AP. IOA acting President Vijay Kumar Malhotra, who ...

Tags: Olympics, India

05/06/13
BCCI Accused Of Exchange Violations

An appellate tribunal is set to hear the Board of Control for Cricket in India's appeal against a Rs 52.24 crore ($10M) fine "levied in February by the Competition Commission of India for irregularities in the grant" of Indian Premier League franchise rights, media rights and sponsorship rights, acc ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, India

05/06/13
Hockey India Secretary Barred From IOC

Indian Hockey Federation Patron & Chief Advisor K.P.S. Gill on Saturday applauded Indian Olympic Association acting Chief V.K. Malhotra's decision "not to include Hockey India Secretary General Narinder Batra in the four-member delegation" for a meeting with the IOC in Lausanne, Switzerland ...

Tags: Leagues and Governing Bodies, India

04/29/13
Ten Sports Lands Tour De France Rights

Indian broadcaster Ten Sports "has bagged the broadcast rights" for the Tour de France until '16 for the Indian sub-continent, according to Meenakshi Verma Ambwani of THE HINDU BUSINESS LINE. The sports broadcaster "has acquired the rights for the popular bicycle race for all forms" of free-to-air a ...

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