Monday, June 29, 2020
Youth sports organizations look to balance safety measures with eagerness
As states relax restrictions and business begins to thaw, youth sports organizations look to juggle new safety guidelines with families hungry to return to normal.
NFL teams preparing for ticket-focused headaches
With capacity restrictions in play, teams must figure out how many seats they can use and how to fairly distribute them, along with other concerns like sponsor inventory.
Colleges strategize on mobile ticketing, and who can come to games
College football programs are facing similar hurdles with COVID-19 guidelines, but are optimistic about a season this fall and expect to have decisions in place by mid-July.
MLB postpones new assets, but Scout Sports & Entertainment gets a win
Uniform ad patches and helmet decals won't see action until 2021, but Scout Sports & Entertainment has triumphed in a 10-agency shootout to evaluate those assets.
After years of talk, is now the time for the ATP and WTA to play doubles?
While a merger isn't in the offing just yet, the pandemic has brought the two tours closer together in a collaborative relationship as the sport navigates new challenges.
Patricof connects all-star players with the biggest names in the financial world
Patricof Co helps current and former athletes cut through the noise and evaluate where to direct their investments in a crowded marketplace.