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There's a new corporate leadership position focused on innovation, and the sports industry should be taking some notes.
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Fans spend a lot of game-day waiting in line. Venue apps help by speeding up stadium entry, concessions ordering and wayfinding. These services come with a pricetag, but even the world's most valuable franchises have some work to do.
The sports technology market is charging full steam ahead. However, an innovative idea does not determine longevity, it must be matched with a plan to cost-effectively scale technology infrastructure.
Smart money is on investors who see the bigger picture - beyond sport - and step up to guide this market's growth
5G is being tested at the Olympics, and the the tech world is watching. Will the major trial of the networking technology help usher in a new era of 5G deployment in stadiums and arenas?
Interested in helping us make Boston the world's center for sports tech? Come out to our open house to hear the vision, and learn how you can help shape the future of sport.
Sports Innovation Lab partnering with WeWork on themed co-working space
The Sports Innovation Lab presents the first sports technology innovation awards to be held at CES 2018 during the Sports Technology and Innovation Conference
Kacyvenski attends inaugural new business society’s Champions Circle networking event supporting the The Joe Andruzzi Foundation.
CES Sports Zone, a sports technology themed space at CES, is launching this January in partnership with the Sports Innovation Lab
Kacyvenski, the One Team Collective, and other's descend on London
Sports have the power to unite the world and display human potential. Let’s ensure the future of our industry is bright and that we can all take advantage of the power of technology to give sports the best possible trajectory of growth.