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How teams can benefit from direct relationship with fans

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 09 / 22 / 14

T he impact of the secondary market on teams has been an important topic in the industry for some time, but recently there seems to be more emphasis on analyzing pricing data so teams can evaluate and adjust their prices in order to stay competiti...

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