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Executive Transactions

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 07 / 20 / 17

World Surf League hired CSM Sport & Entertainment Group Managing Dir SOPHIE GOLDSCHMIDT as CEO, taking over for board member and interim CEO DIRK ZIFF . Goldschmidt is an '11 SBJ Forty Under 40 awardee and industry veteran with prior stints at the NBA and WTA. She will relocate from London to...

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