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IT’S ALL IN THE STATS: Sports Venue Business’ latest stats make for a highly impressive read…

Sports Venue Business (SVB) is widely acknowledged as the leading portal for the sector – having welcomed 4,359 visitors to the site in the last 30 days, which accounts for the 13,453 page views, with 3.09 pages viewed on average – delivering insightful interviews, case studies, videos, featured articles and the latest news across the SVB platform.

 

As you can see from the below Google Analytics Summary, it’s been a very successful month for Sports Venue Business (SVB) and also for those companies and contributors who have been kind enough to let us conduct interviews with you, compile features on your latest developments and who have joined the SVB network.

 

 

Recent industry experts to share their views have included: Ed Sanderson, Vice President – Business Development at Total Sports Asia, who provided details on the naming-rights agreement they brokered for the Malay government, which saw Putra Indoor Stadium re-named Axiata Arena, and also detailed their work at Kuala Lumpur Sports City, host complex for the 29th SEA Games and 9th ASEAN Para Games. We also heard from Paul Burgess, Head Groundsman at Real Madrid CF’s Santiago Bernabéu Stadium, John Ledwidge, Grounds Manager, Leicester City FC and Pat Rogan, Levi’s® Stadium Director of Engineering Operations. As you can see from the above, these Industry Interviews have secured between 305  to 526 views in the last 30 days via the website alone!

 

As for upcoming interviews, we will be bringing you insights from industry experts including Martin Murphy, Stadium Director, Aviva Stadium, Jonathan Calderwood, Head Grounds Manager, Paris Saint-Germain (PSG); Tod Caflisch, VP & CTO, Minnesota Vikings / U.S. Bank Stadium; Jason Rittenberry, President & CEO, Kentucky State Fair Board / Kentucky International Convention Center / Kentucky Expo Center; and Head of B Futura, Lorenzo Santoni.

 

 

SVB’s highly anticipated Industry Directory is also now ‘live’, giving you free and immediate access to sports architects, engineers, contractors, producers, suppliers, industry associations, conference & event organisers, etc. Those having already secured their places include: KSS, Ungerboeck (USI), Ruben Reddy Architects, Unilumin Visual, Eaton/Ephesus Lighting, Crawford Architects, Geiger Engineers, Terraplas, Great Sports Infra, Coliseum, ESSMA, NCS4, ALSD and GJandH, to name but a few.

 

 

A new addition to the Industry Directory is the dedicated ‘Venues’ section, which will provide details on a whole range of sporting and non-sporting venues, from stadiums and arenas sporting conference and exhibition facilities to aquatics and tennis centres, as well as motor and horse racing racetracks. If you are a venue owner/operator, then contact Katie McIntyre TODAY at: katie@sportsvenuebusiness.com and take up your FREE listing! (NB: Only ‘Venues’ are eligible for complimentary listings, costings for basic and enhanced listings can be found in the online Media Kit.)

 

 

You can keep up-t0-date with Industry Interviews detailing the latest in best practices, as well as news on all the latest developments, simply by joining our FREE e-News mailing list. Subscribe for free online today and join the more than 10,000+ industry executives already being kept in the loop!

 

 

As I said at the beginning, none of this would be possible without you, so thanks again for your loyal support and we look forward to serving you for many more decades to come!

 

 

Best regards,

 

Katie

 

Katie McIntyre

Founder & CEO

Sports Venue Business

 

Katie McIntyre, CEO & Founder, Sports Venue Business

 

 

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